Seven Day Detox Plan: Days 5 & 6

What did you do this weekend?  The Hubs and I finally ventured over to the High Line on the west side of Manhattan.  It’s park that was created on old railroad tracks that ran above street level.  

Highline 1 Collage

Highline 2 Collage

It was quite an enjoyable walk for a Friday evening to watch the sunset!  

Highline 6

I have to say, the views were not bad at all!

Highline 3 Collage

I also hit up a bachelorette party this weekend with a 1920’s theme.  Thanks to everyone who voted for my dress on Instagram.  This one won:

20's dress

Fun times.

So, you didn’t think I was going to leave you hanging with the Seven Day Detox Plan did ya?  Heck no!!  So as you may have heard from last week’s post, the seven day detox plan became a six day detox plan.  I don’t feel bad.  In fact, I feel good!  Since days 5 and 6 looked really similar in all respects, I’m going to combine them if that’s cool with you.


I stuck with my healthy breakfast of Greek yogurt with berries, chia seeds and raw almonds.  For lunch on Day 5 I ended up getting a turkey sandwich from Le Pain Quotidien.  The piece de resistance for day 5 was really the amazing dinner I made!  Remember all those healthy veggies I bought?  Well, I picked up some polenta from the grocery store and cooked up a nice batch of it.  I sautéed the squash and the eggplant with some olive oil and finished it off with some good quality balsamic vinegar.  I then spooned that veggies mixture on top of the polenta, added some fresh tomatoes and basil and some parmesan cheese.  I also made a small stack of three heirloom tomato slices with mozzarella, basil and balsamic, which I also had for lunch on Day 6. Holy goodness!  Everything was so fresh and delicious!

 Polenta and veggies

polenta and veggies 2

My water treat for the second half of the week was cucumber and basil infused.  Anything to get you to drink more, right!?

Cucumber water


I did some of the Blogilates DVD and MAN were my abs hurting! I can’t wait to give you guys the full review!  I also finished up my Zumba choreo, which was a definite workout.  Be on the lookout for that upcoming video. 


I applied some self-tanning moisturizer to extend my summer glow.  My favorite kind is L’Oreal Sublime Bronze.  It works the best!  I also gave myself a mini at-home facial with these products. 

At home facial

I figure, why spend $100 when I can do it myself!


Listened to my meditation app before bed and managed to fit in 10 minutes of Athleta’s Morning Yoga with YogaGlo in honor of National Yoga Month.

And that my friends, was the end of the detox!  

For the other detox days, see these posts:

Detox Day 2

Detox Day 3

Detox Day 4

Readers, what did you do this weekend?  Do you have a favorite park near you?  Have you ever been to a 1920’s theme party?  


  1. I love your dress!!! I can’t remember what it was called but I went to a huge 1920s themed party in NYC a few years ago.

    Also I love the high line! I used to wake up super early and run it before it got too busy.
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  2. first of all I can’t stop swooning over your dress. I need to get on instagram more often so I can join in on the FUN!
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  3. You looked amazing Brittany! What a fabulous dress! I missed it on IG, I need to scroll my TL more often. I only went to my God son’s birthday party but it was a great weekend!
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  4. Omg I always wanted to go to the Highline! In fact, it’s one of my top 3 to-dos the next time I visit NYC! I’ll just live vicariously through your pictures. We must meet whenever I decide to book my flight!

    PS: You and your husband make such a cute couple. Gorgeous dress. 🙂
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  5. Your bachelorette party outfit is fabulous!

  6. Can I say that I love that you were wearing a dress for your walk on the Highline? I want to be like you one day – effortlessly put together.
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  7. What a good weekend. Totally love the dress! I bet the 1920s theme was so fun. Wow! I love how awesome this cleanse was. It seemed like it was more about eating super clean. I bet you did feel great!
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  8. I love, love, LOVE both of your dresses! I really want the sparkle one you had on IG for my upcoming Vegas trip! Did you get it recently? 🙂
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  9. That dress is gorgeous! You looked amazing. I’ve never been to a 1920’s themed party but it sounds like so much fun.

    I love the sound of basil infused water, yum!
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  10. OMG I LOVE that dress!! I somehow missed it on Instagram?? You look gorgeous!! I hope you had a great time…:-)
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  11. That dress is gorgeous and you look great in it! The polenta dish sounds phenomenal!!! I’m totally counting on that Blogilates DVD review! 🙂
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  12. Ok wow.. you have a rockin bod girl! Check out those legs! Love the dress and the idea of a 1920’s themed party 🙂

  13. I’ve been to the High Line with my grandparents who live in NY – such an awesome idea! Atlanta has something similar from an old rail line called the Belt Line. Not as cool as what you have but they’re working on it :).

    LOVE your 20s outfit!