Tuesday, February 24, 2009

Woohoo!!! New Digs!!

Here are some shots from my new office space – it is still under design construction.

I am so thrilled at having my own office space! Finally at nearly 50 years of age!!

I have a table and rug coming as well as some more paintings and an interesting (and monstrously heavy) wooden bench made from a log.

I love having my own space where I can work with my team to give you the best of the best.

This is where Eating Clean meets my thinking team!


Anonymous said...

congrats on the new digs, that's exciting! Looks great, can't wait to see the finished decor!

Anonymous said...

congrats on the new digs, that's exciting! Looks great, can't wait to see the finished decor!

Trish said...

It looks great!


So is there a new book in the making!? :)

VeggieGirl said...

SENSATIONAL new space!!

Anonymous said...

Congrats on the new office space. Always nice to see advancement.


Kimberly said...

How Fun:) Enjoy your new space!!!

Nia said...

Funny how you are so "thrilled" many times in your blogs! just a fun obersvation...i think you use this word 1000 times a day...Please no mean comments, I mean this in a fun way. Tosca does use "thrilled" many times...even on TV whenever I see her.

MPeters said...

Congratulations on your new office. I love the framed book covers.

Anonymous said...

Looks great!!

Question - when competing what was your body fat%?

Good Things Green Things said...

Congratulations on your new office! You sure deserve it, although it seems long overdue. I hope you're having a great week. Take care and enjoy your new space.


Anonymous said...

Q: Tosca, you once mentioned that your nails are a potein base on top of your own nail. Can you tell where one would get this done? As most places use chemical based products that aren't so good for you. Can you tell where you go? Thanks!

Anonymous said...

Q: Hi Tosca~ I have a question about your favourite topic...'calves'. Please don't get upset...I need help!!! :)
What are the best, best, best exercises to do?

High reps and sets until you feel the burn, right?

How do you know you've done everything you can and it's genetics at play?

How do you know you have high or low calves and which are easier to develop?

How do you know you can only build power and not definition?

I really want'em and have more than I ever did...but they're not poppin'!

Any help, tips, miracles are welcome!


Anonymous said...

Congratulations on your new office Tosca! Enjoy it!


Anonymous said...

Question: Is it true that you can actually lose weight by using skim milk in your protein shake? Or at least maintain your weight?

Anonymous said...

I really enjoy reading about nutrition and fitness but sometimes get lost when I stare at the enormous selection of books on these topics in stores. Can you please suggest a few books on either nutrition or fitness that you feel are worthy or reading? Thanks!

Anonymous said...

Great space!