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Last Week in Pix/2x2

Last week was the first full week of #freshfoodfebruary, so most of my pictures are of - you guessed it - food. 

For example: this lovely picture from the Studio City Farmers Market. I love going to farmer's markets, even if it is for street team. Everything is so fresh, people are so nice, there are free samples...

...and ponies! At least at this market there were ponies. How adorable is that? 

On Thursday I received my 2 day cleanse from #therealjuice and I was so excited to get started, but a little nervous. 

I was down to raw foods in prep for the cleanse and opened my very first avocado on Thursday. It really wasn't as hard as I thought it would be. I still don't know how to peel them, however, so I just scooped bites out with a spoon. Mmmmm. 
My cleanse went well. This juice was definitely my favorite. On day two, though, even my least favorite juice started to taste good (and honestly it wasn't bad to begin with). I still had dreams about hot dogs and s'mores and I have a serious craving for cheese and eggs. But overall I feel really good and would do another cleanse from The Real Juice. It was a great way to kick off #freshfoodfebruary.

Last Week I Learned:
-How to open an avocado
-I really could drink all of my meals

This Week I'm Looking Forward To:
-The +The GRAMMYs ! In just a few hours!
-Valentine's Day being over. If I see another proposal commercial I may puke. #bitter


  1. Dori- I love the layout on your blog! Just catching up, it's awesome! Also, what's up with the juice cleanse, I'm intrigued! Did you buy it locally or order it online? Good results? Miss you!!

    1. Hi love! Thank you! I wanted to switch the look up a bit. I sent you an email with more info on the cleanse I did. I absolutely loved it and will definitely be doing it again! The juices were yummy and my body felt great


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