Humpday, how we love you!
How was every one’s day?? Mine was all sorts of busy and wonderful. I absolutely love being online and connecting with people and I am blessed where I have the ability to do this throughout the day. It just makes a girl so happy connecting and meeting new people. Isn’t facebook the best thing since sliced gluten-free bread?!
I wanted to discuss a bit about my empowering meeting yesterday with Ann, my life coach. This girl is the bestest and she knows how to get inside of me and I have no idea how she does it.
I went there wanting assistance on focus and keeping my “eye on the prize” as they say, well the whole topic seemed to have turned a smidge and we chatted about childhood, family members, how I view myself, and yes, a few tears were shed – happy tears of course
We talked a lot about the fear I used to have about Change. I find it absolutely amazing that I can now embrace change and actually be excited about it. Before doing work with Ann and understanding self growth, I would run as fast away from any form or change as I could. Not now baby, bring it on! I love it as I know I can not grow without change – period.
After my visit with Ann I was chatting with my mom on the way home and I decided that my alone time is really important to me right now. The more alone time I have the more connected to myself and the source I can be. I decided to wake up earlier and workout and then either meditate or just set my intentions for the day with myself. Have a little chat with the inner me, and embrace what the day will bring. My mom does this in the morning (she is a very early riser! 4:30 am early) and I admire this about her.
Here I go friends, early morning connections!
Today I was really craving bread. I don’t eat bread, so I needed to think of something easy I could put together that would give me the same satisfaction that fluffy, chewy bread would. I figured it out – I made wraps!
Easy Wheat Free Wraps:
2 cups oats – ground in a food processor
3/4 cups water (I used warm water from the kettle)
1/2 tsp sea salt
2-3 tbsp Evoo (I used 2)
Dash of spices (optional)
1. ground the oats in the food processor
2. place all ingredients in a bowl and mix together.
3. place a tea towel over the dough and let sit for 30 min
4. make 4 separate balls out of the dough and roll them into 4 wraps.
5. heat the frying pan to medium and add a bit of evoo
6. when the pan is hot, add one wrap at a time and cook for about 40 – 60 seconds a side or until edges turn brown.
7. remove wrap from heat and place in between tinfoil to keep warm and soft.
1 green pepper
2 cups spinach
1/2 can black beans
sea salt and pepper to taste
I placed all the above in a frying pan and cooked.
Fill the wraps and enjoy!
*tip – add 1/2 an avocado to the wrap as a way to keep the veggies in
Have any of you ever made wheat free wraps?
Do any of you meditate or set morning intentions with yourself?