Organic Zumba Fuel

Got an early start to the day today, which was nice. I love it when I can actually make it to work a little early (early for me at least).

I enjoyed some more fresh-ground coffee. I’m starting to think the fresh-ground coffee beans are where it’s at. Does any one have any tips for keeping your grinder clean, though? I don’t think I’m supposed to put mine under running water, so I’ve been wiping it out with a paper towel, which just seems wasteful. I can at least wash the top with a soapy sponge, but not sure what to do with the main part??


I’ve been itching to dig into one of those Raw Organic Food Bar treats I won for free via Twitter. The chocolate coconut flavor sounded DIVINE!


I definitely love how this bar is organic.


This bar is also:

  • gluten free
  • cold processed
  • has no refined sugar
  • no dairy
  • no soy
  • no peanuts
  • and is non GMO


I thought this bar was delish! I loved the nice chewy texture and the little bits of chocolate are heaven!

At 230 calories and 27 g carbohydrates, this bar made a great afternoon snack / pre-workout nosh.

I did a low-impact zumba tonight, which was really fun and still a great workout! I tried to take it easy so as to not irritate my leg, but it’s so hard when you just want to DANCE!


I came home to do some stretching and Bailey curled up in my lap when I was trying to do a butterfly stretch…what a cuddle-butt!


I decided to try to pair my farmers market veggie with some pasta that I’m trying to get out of our pantry before our move.

I made a kohlrabi-white-wine-chicken-pasta dinner. Recipe to come!


I leave you with a fun dance routine. I am LOVING this video!

Can these girls move or WHAT?!

Have a great week everyone!

3 thoughts on “Organic Zumba Fuel”

  1. brushes work well, or grinding some rock salt through it.. I've also run baking soda through mine after grinding flavoured coffee so the next batch doesn't pick up the oils.


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