In anticipation of a snowy DST weekend in, here are some links to things I may make use of this weekend…
Firstly, Rodale has some tips to help you get through the change to DST this weekend.
If those tips don’t help you get to sleep, check out this natural sleep tonic you can whip up in your kitchen.
Keep your hands busy with a fun and easy texture to knit.
I’m going to keep warm with a homemade rice pack made from recycled flannel PJs. This tutorial does a good job in showing how to divide up the bag to keep the rice distributed well.
If I had picked up another eggplant we’d likely enjoy this baked za’atar eggplant fries with tahini dip while snowed in. Don’t they sound yummy?
BTW, if you have either a purchased jar or made up your own za’atar and now are wondering what to do with it I discovered a couple weeks ago that it is an awesome accent on baked kale chips!
And now I’m contemplating forgoing the miso soba bowls this weekend in favor of these veggie burgers purported to be *the best.* I’m not sure I bought enough mushrooms to do both. Either way, mushrooms boost the immune system and flu season isn’t over just yet!
Since DH usually does the shoveling and I won’t be able to go for a run I might try this stacked fitness routine.
I’ll likely finish reading Death Without Company (Walt Longmire Mystery #2) by Craig Johnson and perhaps start One Lucky Cowboy (Lucky #2) by Carolyn Brown or Something Borrowed, Something Bleu (Home Craft Mystery #4) by Cricket McRae.
What is on your docket for this weekend?
P.S. You can click on the photo at the top of the post for the rough recipe for my green smoothie in a bowl that I enjoyed for lunch on Thursday. And again for breakfast this morning… For whatever reason, eating it out of a bowl makes it stick much longer for me than mindlessly sipping it from a glass or mason jar. The granola helps with that too I think.