Drinking Macaroons For Breakfast

I had a hard time getting out of bed this morning; I think it’s because I got way too much sleep. Once I finally pulled myself out of bed and showered I decided to have some breakfast.  You’ll never guess what I had…..SOYGURT.  Today I had peach with oats, flaxmeal and banana.  I also made myself a cup of White Coconut Cream Tea from The Art of Tea. I just took a sip of it and this tea taste like a macaroon.  It’s like a cookie in a warm liquid form without all the sugar, fat and calories.  What can I say it’s a dream in a drink.

After this is all gone it’s time to get a bunch of house work done before I head off to work.  I look forward to the days when we don’t have to commute 45 minutes each way to work and when I don’t have to go in 3 hours before I have to be to my work…..or stay 3 hours after.  You might be wondering why we commute and well I used to work in the city that we live in right now so we decided to get a place here but I left that awful job back in December and now I work in Burlington with my hubby (he’s always worked there) and we have to commute until July 1st when our lease is up. WAHOO can’t wait to move.

Q: Do you rent or own? How long have you lived in your current home? How many places have you lived in the last 5 years? We rent and have lived in our place for going on 2 years.  However in the last 5 years I have lived in 8 different houses/apartments….crazy right!


  1. The tea sounds amazing, now I have to find something similar here!

    And you have moved A LOT! I don’t even want to think about all that packing and unpacking!

  2. Yum- coconut cream tea!
    We’ve lived in 2 places in the last 3 years, first rented , now own. Before that we both were in college and lived in apartments. So for me, 3 places in 5 years. 🙂 Almost 3 years in our house (our rental was only a few months).

  3. That yogurt looks yummy. I’m gonna try adding oats to mine next time. I rent a house that I’ve lived in for about 2 years. Before that, I lived in four apartments over six years. I kept moving into places that kicked me out like a year later … not for being a bad tenant, but one place was turned into condos and all the apt renters were kicked out. Another place was foreclosed on after the absentee owner didn’t pay, and all the tenants were booted out by the bank. Sucksville.

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