I was up with Little A three times last night between the hours of eleven and five, and then up for good with her at 5:15. It’s one of those days where cogent thoughts are not forming in the brain. Bear with me and I will toss some goodies your way, though. Just remember to overlook grammar and spelling and if it doesn’t make a lick of sense to you, just laugh at me and move forward with your day.

Did I also mention my bigs are out of school. AGAIN? Teacher conferences, so not snow, but it’s still definitely a barrier to elegant blog posts.

Speaking of teacher conferences, well, they were cause to bust out the fancy black yoga pants. Here I am, post-conference, sporting my Athleta fleecy, boot legged pair. #mamawearsyogapantsBlackPants

Remember how we subscribed to this fabulous ketchup through Amazon? They’re having supplier issues and are out which means we won’t get our next shipment any time soon. (Thanks to reader, K, for pointing this out to me. Forewarned is forearmed.) I may have to give this recipe a try, although I am not sure I can keep pace with my girls’ ketchup inhalation habits.

I’ve got a pair of ethnic goodies for you this week. First, this grain free roti “bread” from My Heart Beets and then this amazing looking Japanese savory egg custard from the talented Nom Nom Paleo. That custard? Can someone just make it for me and bring it over, please?

We had a great conversation in my Tuesday class this week about the link between trauma and the psoas and I am loving this interview that Liz Koch of Core Awareness did with Dr. David Berceli, an international expert in the area of trauma intervention and conflict resolution. It’s fascinating stuff and if mind/body interests you at all, give it a listen.

Did you read any of the pieces like this one correlating the use of acetaminophen (Tylenol) in pregnancy and ADHD? Thoughts?

Fifth grade mean girls. What would you do if you were this mom?

Do you think it’s healthier to stand with bent knees? I’ve loved the 50 Ways to Save My Butt series from Align4Wellness, and this was an especially good (short!) piece.

You know what? I’m ending with cupcakes. Chocolate ones. Because it’s been that kind of week.

But, before I go, has anyone made a commitment to outsource something new this week? Share in the comments, on Facebook or via Twitter!

7 Responses to “Explore More : February 28th”

  1. on 28 Feb 2014 at 7:35 amChristine

    Brilliant post despite the sleep deprivation – you’re amazing. What class are you teaching? Sending you custard wishes and cupcake dreams. Happy Friday!

  2. on 28 Feb 2014 at 9:13 amsandkpete

    Since I am avoiding nightshades I might just be able to send you a couple of ketchup bottles!!!!!!

  3. on 28 Feb 2014 at 9:17 amKristine Rudolph

    I have been meaning to ask!

  4. on 28 Feb 2014 at 11:38 amJennifer Williams

    Wonderful post as always..thank you!

  5. on 28 Feb 2014 at 1:02 pmKristine Rudolph

    Thanks!

  6. on 28 Feb 2014 at 8:05 pmKatie Fisher

    I have made a commitment to outsourcing! Your blog post was just what I needed to finally get a cleaning person on a regular basis. I hate cleaning – but I’ve always felt so guilty because nothing makes my mom happier than a pair of rubber gloves and her cleaning bucket. I however, will do everything on my to do list EXCEPT clean the house and do laundry. Which then stresses me out because although I don’t like to clean – I hate a messy and/or dirty house. So yes! I’m doing it!

  7. on 28 Feb 2014 at 8:45 pmKristine Rudolph

    I love it!

    And so interesting that you felt pressure because cleaning is something your mom loves. It’s so interesting, isn’t it, how we craft these expectations for ourselves?

    ENJOY your clean house!

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