First of all: thank you all for the sweet comments on Saturday’s post. Each and every comment truly makes me smile, and I appreciate it so much.

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Now a days I don’t often find myself slurping down one of these.

However every once and a while I decide to enjoy a can, albeit the evening bloating can cause discomfort. How do I enjoy my pop? There is only one way for me

Mixed with chilled tea.

I try to always have cold brewed tea on hand, along with a freezer full of icecubes. That way, I can make a beverage I truly enjoy.

Let’s take a little jog away from the tea for a minute. Speaking of a jog, the next topic I wanted to touch on was exercise. It’s been awhile since I’ve written about my current fitness routines and schedule. Since work started 2 months ago, I’ve finally settled into a weekly routine that works for me. Ironically the strength training plan in The New Rules of Lifting for women fits almost perfectly into my schedule and I would like to take this opportunity to lay down my current fitness routine.

Keep in mind that most weeks depending on weather/appointments/my mood this schedule gets changed or altered. Often times something gets removed. I never force myself to go for a morning run if I’m not feeling it. The reason being: I love my mornings. I don’t want to ruin the best time of the day by doing something I don’t want to do. When a day comes along and my schedule changes I try not to sweat the small stuff and instead reflect on how strong and forgiving my body truly is.

The summer sky is unbelievably beautiful, and I am always thrilled to snap a few shots of puffy white clouds

Before I let you all go back to your daily lives (if you haven’t already left) we’re going to take a quick sneak peak at a fabulous tea that appears in tomorrow’s recipe.

Yes folks, that really is coconut tea. And just incase you were wondering it really is fabulous.

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Do you ever drink pop? What’s your favorite thing to drink on a hot sunny day?