07 September 2011

Engage Your Brain

My Deconstructed Breakfast

1/2 large Banana

1 Tbsp Peanut Butter, 1 tsp Vegan Margarine, and 1 Tbsp Honey

With 2 slices of Toast

Followed by Organic Engage Your Brain Tea from Allegro Fine Tea

Bright, fresh, and invigorating

An organic blend of Green Yerba Mate, Black Tea, Cinnamon, Lemon Myrtle, 
Spearmint, Tangerine and Natural Flavors, Eleuthero, Gotu Kola, and Eucalyptus

"Sharp synapses, brilliant ideas, and clever comebacks. We love them all, but the
truth is, most days we'd settle for just being able to remember where we put our car keys"

"We've created ENGAGE YOUR BRAIN to tackle all of the above. This wonderful
blend of stimulating organic yerba mate, black tea, cinnamon, lemon myrtle, spearmint,
eleuthero, gotu kola, and fragrant eucalyptus works like a karate chop on mental
clutter. Free your mind. Fully Engage. (And maybe even find those keys)"

Question: What mental clutter do you have that
you would like to "karate chop" from your mind?


Anonymous said... [reply]

Love the idea of a deconstructed breakkie. I think mine would always look something like: oats, almond milk, big ol pile of pumpkin seeds, big ol pile of berries and then whatever else I happen to have around.
As for mental clutter, how does cutting out self-doubt sound?

Anonymous said... [reply]

I love your deconstructed breakfast. (Banana and honey on toast is pretty amazing too!)

I'd second the cutting out of self-doubt and also negativity.

Krista said... [reply]

I'd love to cut the constant schedule juggling clutter from my mind and go back to the care free days of summer!

Anonymous said... [reply]

I love your breakfast :) Mine are usually snack plates with whatever sounds good, sort of a similar idea!
I need to karate chop useless worries about the future. Live in the here and now, whatever happens happens :)

Jolene - EverydayFoodie said... [reply]

I would like to cut "worry" out of my mental clutter. It is toxic.

Anonymous said... [reply]

Nice ! I've heard about deconstructed food from my English teacher. What an interesting concept :) I'd feel so cool having a deconstructed breakfast, alas, I always either wake up too late or too early to have a proper one :(


Chelsea said... [reply]

I saw that brand of tea at WF a few weeks ago but I didn't like how it doesn't label the flavour on the front. I'm picky about my tea flavours so I like to be sure before I buy one!

Right now my brain is totally cluttered with stress about my class schedule. Classes start tomorrow and I still haven't finalized my schedule. Eek!

Sophie @ LoveLiveAndLearn said... [reply]

I love the way you photographed your breakfast :-)
You take really lovely photos!

Sarah@The Flying Onion said... [reply]

Beautiful pics!

I'd like to declutter all this studying I've been doing. I'm mentally trying to hold on to everything, but it's making me so forgetful in other areas. A brain can only hold so much. ;)

Katie@Real Food Katie's Way said... [reply]

Peanut butter, honey and banana toast? MY FAV!!! I absolutely LOVE it!

I also happen to be q huge tea drinker!

My kinda gal :)

Truthfully I am not feeling very mentally cluttered BUT I am studying to get my diploma in Advanced Nutrition and am halfway done and just started studying a new course so that's somewhat cluttering, but in a good way!

Monet said... [reply]

I love deconstructing meals :-) I do it all the time. I am VERY mentally cluttered right now. I get super anxious at times, which I'd like to zap away ASAP!

Anonymous said... [reply]

Ugh, I would love to karate chop family drama at the moment. ANYWAY, your breakfast looks yummy and cozy, I like the deconstructedness of it all :)

Alexis @ hummusapien said... [reply]

I love your deconstructed breakfast! Looks so delish.

Marianne (frenchfriestoflaxseeds) said... [reply]

That tea sounds similar to one I bought at Teopia called Rise N Shine. It's not exactly the same, but has some of the same "stimulating" ingredients :) Love it!

N said... [reply]

Right now I want to karate chop jealousy from my mind. I know that that isn't really mental clutter, but it's an emotion that I hate to feel. Why can't I just be happy with what I got, instead of comparing with other people? Knock it off brain!! I'll come in there!

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