6/26/13

I Drank Kale!


 I also drank cucumbers and carrots, and lots of fruit too!
 I borrowed my sister's juicer and I've mainly been sticking to fruits, but thought I would try some veggies too. The kale and carrots were good with fruit, but the cucumber is a bit too cucumbery for me. I will add less next time. 

The juicer is a little labor intensive to use and clean, so I made a batch for the week and froze it in mason jars.
 

Katie loves the juice too, thankfully.

I made the hugest, most sticky mess in my kitchen. I guess I should have taken a picture of that!

And if you are new to my blog and think I am a super healthy health nut....I tricked you! I am TRYING to do healthier things here and there, but don't be fooled. 
I have Coke and chocolate running through my veins!


I have an unrelated question for you; Where do you store all your pictures? My computer says it's all filled up and it won't let me save any more pictures! Do you put them all on disks? Or is there something super high tech I don't know about? Thanks!

10 comments:

Allison said...

I transfer all my pictures to Flash Drives. I place all my photos in folders by Month and then just transfer to Flash Drive. I bought a little case at Walmart that I put them in so in case of fire I just grab the case.

Nicole said...

You need an external hard drive that you just plug into your computer and hit a button to back up all of your pictures. PLEASE do that immediately so that you don't have an unfortunate computer crash and lose all of your pictures. I have done that and have no pictures of Brynne from age 6 months to 2 years.

Then I would buy a flash drive, like Allison said, and transfer all of your older pictures to them so you can delete them from your computer. That way you can easily get to them anytime you might want them.

Jenna @ Sharing My Jennarocity said...

I use an online picture storage system...I actually use Dropbox. It even has an app so my pictures get uploaded directly to the website, and I transfer pictures on my blog from there.

Brittany said...

External hard drice

K@The Thrifty Teacher said...

My husband is a"techie"... He recommended something like Dropbox and an external hard drive as backup. That way you have them in two places.

bobandkelly.com said...

An external hard drive is the easiest thing! (the only thing you have to remember to do is back it up every so often!)

emily said...

Kudos for you for making/drinking the healthy stuff!!!

Thomas and Jamie said...

Dropbox AND External Hard Drive! Super simple!

Giggles said...

Flash drives.

Jennie said...

Definitely get an external hard drive!!! I have to back all my pictures up or I get NERVOUS! Oh, and now I want a juicer!!