an article was sent to me the other day suggesting that going gluten free might be a good idea for people struggling with endometriosis. at this point, i'll take any extra help i can get, so i'm trying to gradually cut gluten out of my life and just eat healthier in general. i mean, that's always a good idea, right?
so i spent most of saturday grocery shopping and preparing different things for the week so that i don't have the "well i didn't have time, so i stopped at in-n-out" excuse to fall back on. lots of quinoa, ground turkey, fruits and veggies, hummus, chicken, even a jar of my own vegan pesto! (i am extremely proud of this every time i make this, even though it's the easiest thing on the planet. haha it is darn delicious!)
one of the perks of waking up early every day during the week is that on the weekends, my body wakes itself up around 8 am. this is only an hour later than i wake up every morning for work, but when your body decides it's time to wake up, getting out of bed is a billion times easier than when an alarm clock is all, "wake up, bz. time to start your day."
this morning, i baked some gluten-free blueberry muffins. i felt so domestic, mixing stuff and using my oven. shoot...
the sky was gray and chilly.
so i cracked the window to let some cold air in and enjoyed the gloomy morning.
just toby to keep me company and lay on my feet to keep them warm.
and bonus of all possible bonuses.. the muffins were delicious.