Archive | July, 2010

Workout for six pack abs

30 Jul


Peach Margarita

24 Jul


2 parts silver tequila

1 lime, juiced

1 1/2 parts peach schnapps

1/4 cup white peach puree



1.Fill a cocktail shaker 1/2 of the way with ice. Add all of the ingredients. Shake hard to combine.

2.Strain into a margarita glass filled with fresh ice. EnjoyBlogBooster-The most productive way for mobile blogging. BlogBooster is a multi-service blog editor for iPhone, Android, WebOs and your desktop

My morning Elixer

24 Jul

So from my previous post i had mentioned i am trying to find my beauty routine everything from vitamins, facial, hair, and body care, exercise and vitamins. anywho i also posted a morning smoothie recipe. true smoothies are good but a little thick for my taste. but to get too the point i went to a jamaican restaurant yesterday and they made homeade fruit punch so i decided to create that for my morning routine!

i took mixed frozen berries (strawberries, raspberries, blue berries, and blackberries), 100% apple juice, 1/2 lemon, a little spurlina powder, and maca powder. blender poured in glass and added a little more juice to liquify the consistency.

rave reviews from my family, next time i am going to add a little pineapple and peaches Yummy

Here are pics, Z liked it too.

spurlina has sooo many nutrients and minerals
maca gjves you energy, regulate your hormones, and raises your libido


22 Jul

Fill a tumbler with ice. Add 1 ounce silver tequila and 5 ounces grapefruit soda, such as Squirt. Garnish with a lime wedge. Makes 1 drink.

Dig It

22 Jul

Listen to this

20 Jul

Taalam Acey this is impressive

Nia Long Body Obsession

19 Jul

i think she has timeless beauty and she has a beautiful body she is a true woman.

ladies let this motivate you

i like the fact that this is more realistic

Hello is any one out there….

17 Jul

i came across a blog talking about Beauty Routines. OMG I dont have one is that weird woman in her 30’s with out a routine maybe that is why i have so many problems with my skin and hair. It all goes back to me being non disciplined. anyway I want anyone who reads this blog to post a beauty routine PLEASE!

Hey Did you know

16 Jul

You can read classics on line for free
check it out Bartleby

Happy Reading

Tips for Buying and Storing Summer Fruit

16 Jul


How to Buy

Strawberries vary in size, shape, and color. Look for locally grown berries that are brightly colored and plump. They should have the green caps attached and be uniform in size. Avoid soft, shriveled, or moldy fruits. If the strawberries smell sweet, they will most likely taste sweet too.

How to Store

Sort and remove any bruised or damaged berries as soon as possible. Do not rinse fruits until you are ready to use them. Refrigerate strawberries in a tightly sealed container, preferably in a single layer on a paper towel, for two to three days.


Rhubarb has long, thick stalks, similar to celery. There are two main types of rhubarb: hothouse, which is grown indoors and sold year-round, and field-grown, which has a bit more flavor and is available from April to July.

How to Buy

Rhubarb ranges in color from deep red to pinkish tinged with green. Choose crisp stalks that are about an inch wide, with no brown spots.

How to Store

Refrigerate in a plastic bag for up to one week.

How It’s Used

Because it’s very tart, rhubarb is always cooked with sugar (or other sweetener). It is often combined with red fruits, such as strawberries or raspberries, to enhance the color and complement the flavor.

How to Prepare

Rinse well, then trim the bottoms and tops. If there are any leaves, slice off and discard (they are toxic). If the stalks are stringy, remove with a small paring knife, as you would for celery.


How to Buy

July and August are prime time for peaches. Choose fruit with a fragrant aroma and flesh that yields a bit when pressed gently. If a peach has cuts or tan spots, or if it’s rock-hard or mushy, don’t buy it. Color has more to do with variety than ripeness. Peaches that are tinged with green, however, are usually underripe. For the best flavor, look for locally grown, tree-ripened peaches.

How to Ripen

Place peaches in a paper bag, with an apple, if you have one. Keep them at room temperature until they’re ready, and check them frequently.

How to Store

Ripe peaches are best eaten right away, but you can refrigerate them for three to five days.


How to Buy

You can find cultivated berries all year; wild (and locally grown) berries are available primarily during July and August. Wild blueberries are much smaller and often more intensely flavored than cultivated ones. The berries should be firm, uniform in size, and deep blue in color, with a silvery or white sheen. Avoid any packages that appear stained or damp, as the fruit inside may be spoiled.

How to Store

Remove any twigs or leaves along with any berries that are soft or moldy. Refrigerate in the original container up to five days. When you’re ready to use them, rinse berries under cold water; drain and pat dry.

How to Freeze

Spread rinsed and dried berries on a rimmed baking sheet; freeze until firm, one hour. Transfer to resealable plastic bags (label and date); store up to six months.


Plums are cultivated in temperate regions all around the world. They come in a wide range of sizes, colors, and tastes; more than 100 varieties are sold in the United States alone. Most types of plums are grown for eating out of hand. Others, selected for their high level of sugar, are cultivated to be dried; they’re then called dried plums or prunes.

How to Buy

Domestic plums are crimson to black-red with a yellow or reddish flesh; they are in season May through October. European varieties, which peak during the fall months, range from green to blue to purple and have a golden yellow flesh. Look for plums that are even in color and plump, yielding gently to pressure. Stay away from fruit with wrinkled or broken skin or extremely soft spots.

How to Ripen

If too firm to use, place in a closed paper bag at room temperature for one to two days.

How to Store

Once ripe, plums can be kept in a plastic bag in the refrigerator up to three days.


How to Buy

Look for those that are fragrant and heavy. Press end opposite stem to feel for a bit of give. For watermelon: Avoid those with flat sides. Presliced, it should be deep red with about an inch of white rind.

How to Store

Store whole melons in a cool spot or, if cut, in the refrigerator.

Source: Martha Stewart. View the article on MarthaStewart.comBlogBooster-The most productive way for mobile blogging. BlogBooster is a multi-service blog editor for iPhone, Android, WebOs and your desktop