Top 10 Things I’m Loving This January

It’s time for another monthly round up! Here are the things I am loving this month

1. Skiing
I have two fun trips planned one with friends and one with family and hoping to take some day trips in February! I used to go all the time in high school and I cannot wait for this season!

2. Washingtonian Magazine
This was an awesome Christmas gift from a friend and I love reading about fun things to do in the DC, things I may have not heard of otherwise.

3. Laughing cow cheese wedges
I purchased a pack a few weeks ago and loved the endless ways to use them, including my stuffed mushrooms, cauliflower mashed potatoes, and as a snack!

4. DC Hikes
Thanks to this great winter weather I have been able to do some fun hikes in this area. On New Years Day we hiked Roosevelt Island and then the Billy Goat Trail with some friends a few weekends ago. It was more challenging than I thought!

5. Healing Your Hungry Heart
This book is both extremely helpful and inspiring for recovering from an eating disorder. It is very honest and open with great tools and strategies for recovery.

6. Quiches
I’ve blogged about crust-less quiches before as dinner recipes but it hit me last week to make one for lunch! I get about 4 servings out of it and it is so easy to make each week. I use a mixture of egg whites and almond milk and whatever mix ins I have. This week it was diced tomatoes, mushrooms, and spinach!

7. PB and Co Natural Peanut Butter
This is by far my favorite peanut butter. They had a sale last week and I bought 5 jars! I love the old-fashioned original and every once in a while  I will also get a fun flavor for a sweet treat. This time I tried the chocolate PB and cinnamon raisin. Just one spoonful is a perfect snack!

8. Not Getting the Flu
Tis the season! This has been a very popular post this month in terms of helping keep you healthy and energetic through these winter months: What to Eat When You’re Sick

9. Eggplant
I’ve never really loved this vegetable but have really ordered it out and made it at home and found myself liking it! I think the key is roasting this vegetable so it is not as tough.

10. Downton Abbey
After hearing about this show from so many people I decided to check it out! It’s different from anything I’ve watched and I love the scenery, costumes, and accents!

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