Friday’s Food & Fitness: I’m in Boston!

Hello hello and happy Friday! So sorry to have dropped off this week but on Tuesday we flew to Boston for a couple of weeks. Let me tell you, flying with a toddler is NOT easy. Oh man. I think I’m traumatized.

In any event we arrived in one piece and just in time for Friday’s Food and Fitness!

 

 

 

 

I can’t even begin to tell you how much I love the food here!

One of my first stops was Sweetgreen!

This Winter Waldorf hit the spot. Kale, quinoa, a mix of local squashes, blue cheese, walnuts, raisins and apples. This is basically a superfood salad on steroids. Full of omega-3s, fiber, folate, protein, magnesium, iron and tons of vitamins. Plus it tastes great and definitely not like earthy dirt, which can sometimes happen when food is just too healthy! #makesmesohappy

I’m definitely going to be recreating this soon!

 

 

I practically landed and went straight to the barre! I was so excited to get in to class at Xtend Barre Newbury. A fabulous class for sure! My thighs and booty are still burning!

 

This weekend I’ll be at a Pilates training all weekend long so lots of working out! Just how I like it!

What have you been up to lately!?!

Comments

  1. Ha, it sounds like you were that mom with a cranky toddler on a long flight?! I always feel bad when kids are antsy and overtired on flights – and worse for the parents usually! Last year I did a redeye next to this guy with the most gorgeous baby girl, and she screamed bloody murder for like 30 minutes! But then she passed out and slept for like 8 hours straight, so it wasn’t so bad in the end.

    Enjoy being back in the U.S. Britt!!
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  2. Yes, flying brings out the ya-ya behavior in toddlers. Good luck. Hope you are having fun in Boston! You are so committed to a good workout routine.