A lasagne making, yogalates practitioner.
That’s me. I’ve officially completed my first month of Yogalates.
The Yogalates (and Pilates) promise goes as follows:
After a month, you will feel the difference.
After two months, you will see the difference.
After three months, you will have a whole new body.
After one month, I can confirm that I definitely feel a difference. My back is less sore, my hips/ knees are more flexible, and my posture is loads better. Can’t wait for the end of month 2. I’m quite proud of myself for keeping this up. Mind you, there’s a lot at stake. I was so tired of going around with a sore back I would have done absolutely anything.
Yesterday, I decided to make (what used to be my all-time favourite) lasagne for M and myself. When I think of lasagne though, I think major work. Nuh-uh! Not anymore, thanks to my new, throw-it-all together method. I cheated, and bought a packet white-sauce and a tin of tomato relish instead of making the meat sauce myself. So all I had to do was cook the (extra-lean) mince, cut up some fresh mushrooms and green-pepper, and then layer the white sauce, pre-cooked lasagne sheets and mince in a pan, throw on the grated cheese (courtesy of Michael) and voila! 30 minutes of baking later we had a lasagne fairly indistinguishable from the one’s I used to slave over for hours. And at least a step above those lasagnes that come in a box from the supermarket. No energy is the mother of invention, lol.