Questions and a quote

February 25, 2010

Today, I am at a loss of what to write about. But I did read some great questions of the day, so I thought I’d pass them along.

Questions for my dearest bloggies:
(My answers are below each)

Who, or what, are you resisting?
I’m resisting making a decision on where or not to go back to school and for what…

What would you like to share with the world today?
Today’s Run Lori Run post! Or that I am thankful that I can share my thoughts with others through writing.

Where are you not feeling fulfilled in your life?
My job. I need something more. And I’m struggling to find it.

What brings you bliss and joy?
 The wonderful people I have “met” through this blog and other blogs. 
My family.
Sunny weather.
Exercising as a release from stress.


I did some taste testing of some new products the other day. First off, we have chocolate. Yum. Organic Meltdown chocolate, vegan and gluten free, in Cinnamon and Chili. Definitely good. The cinnamon hits you first, subtly, then the spice with the chili. Not too spicy, just right. Goldilocks would be cool with it.

What I love the most about this chocolate bar is that it is the first product of its type to save a tree for every chocolate bar sold. Pretty awesome, since we kinda need those trees.

“One Bar Saves One Tree” so go eat some chocolate!
Then I saw this little bar at the store. POMx Bars in Pomegranate dipped in chocolate. Sounds great, huh? Not so much. It tasted like every other fake sugar diet meal replacement bar out there. Sorry POM. 
Ingredients: dates, dark chocolate (sugar, chocolate, cocoa butter, milk fat, lecithin, vanilla) almonds, cashews, pomegranates, cherries, POMx (POM Wonderful Pomegranate Antioxidant Extract – Patent Pending), natural flavors.

These bars also come in Peanut Butter, and I’m sorry, that sounds disgusting.

And I will leave you with a quote that I absolutely love, for so many reasons (and not just because I love food and eating or anything…).

I don’t believe in restricting calories, I believe in burning them. -Chanamalla Samagond, Indian National Champion at 800m and 1,500m
Runnerworld.com‘s Daily Kick in the Butt

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