by MJ

AIR  ~  Movement of the Day:
Day 57 of the 100 Day Challenge! Tabata Dips! And no, we’re not talking about a dip in the pool! Although, its not a bad idea for some extra movement in this sunny day. Feel free to scale your dips on paralette bars, rings, or even off the edge of your chair. [Click here for additional Workouts]

FUEL  ~  Dish of the Day:
Cool down this weekend with homemade Peach Popsicles! Freezing up your own organic ingredients ensures a healthy, chemical and preservative free snack! Enjoy! [Click here for additional Recipes]


SPARK  ~  Thought of the Day:
Quote of the Day: Our aims assure of us of our material life, our values make possible our spiritual life. ~  Ludwig Mies van der Rohe

Essential Element: Your life is a mosaic of the choices that you make, the experiences that you have, and the attitudes or patterns of thinking that you develop over time [click here to read Spark Insight: Integration].

Journal:  What values have you acquired over time? What spiritual practices do you keep regular and rhythmic in your life? Remember – we are souls living in physical bodies, not the other way around. Take some time today to sit and reflect on what you are doing (and who you are trusting in) to determine your values?   [Click here for additional Journal exercises]

Peach Popsicles

by admin
2/3 cup unsweetened apple, pear, or pineapple juice
2 teaspoons unsweetened almond, hazelnut, or pistachio butter
1 1/3 ounces unflavored protein powder of your choice (optional)
chopped vanilla bean
2 peaches, organic, halved, pitted, sliced
1/4 teaspoon agave nectar
  • Combine juice, nut butter, protein powder, and vanilla in the blender. Blend.
  • Scrape down the sides with a spatula as needed to mix in powder and dissolve lumps. Blend again until smooth.
  • Add fruit, and blend.
  • Taste, and then add agave.
  • Pour into eight Popsicle molds. Affix the plastic tops with the built-in stick and holder.
  • Freeze at least 3 to 4 hours, until firm.
  • To serve, run warm water over the outside of each mold to loosen pops and allow for easy removal.
  • Notes: If you don’t have plastic Popsicle molds, simply use small paper cups. Arrange the cup: on a small cake pan, fill, and freeze 1 to 2 hours. When the mixture starts to ice up, insert a Popsicle stick into the center of each cup. Freeze until firm. Or, forget the Popsicle idea altogether! Pour the mixture into four 8-ounce paper cups, freeze, and eat with a spoon.