Yogurt, Coffee and Driving Advice

I intended for this post to make sense, but apparently it is just one of those days where things are a little random. 

I have to add in a morning reminder that while you are driving, you should be focused on driving. The woman behind me on the freeway this morning made me 8 kinds of nervous. I could see her putting on her makeup (eyeliner, mascara and everything) in my rear view mirror. Either find time to do it at home, when you get to the office, or just skip it altogether. You're already pretty enough. I promise. 

Also, remember that you actually have to stop at stop signs and red lights. 

Also, remember that you actually have to stop at stop signs and red lights. 

I'm trying to cut back on my caffeine intake at the moment because it has been making me super shaky and crazy when I have too much. Always on days when I have important meetings too. Then I just stand there with pen shaking in my hand trying to pretend that I don't notice. 

Love this show. 

Love this show. 

Last night I tried this drinkable yogurt that I saw at Whole Foods and loved it!

It's called Filmjölk and is from Sweden. I wasn't terribly sure about it, especially since it seems to have a lot of sugar in it (17g per serving). It didn't seem like the worst option though. It was incredible. It doesn't have that sweet taste that a lot of flavored yogurts have, which was awesome. The raspberry was pretty tart and had a nice texture. It would be awesome over granola (or other cereal), in a smoothie, or just by itself. That's how I drank it last night, as a test, and it was perfect. 

Since my AdvoCare challenge ended (still have to finish typing up that post), I've been trying to pay more attention to what I eat. I strongly believe in moderation and try to practice it regularly. It's totally fine to eat donuts and other stuff, as long as it is balanced out and not a regular thing. I bought a lot more produce as a result of the challenge and spent a bunch of time looking around my regular lunch locations for healthier options. I was surprised how many really exist. 

Have you tried any weird foods lately?