Based on these documentaries I was encouraged to buy a small blender. Previously I only owned a juicer, but being able to make an instant smoothie snack that keeps the fibre and gives you the whole vegetable rather than just the juice makes a lot of sense to me. I've experimented with different smoothies and my current go-to green concoction of choice blends spinach, celery, parsley, kale and spirulina. Churned up with a cup of unsweetened almond milk it has the consistency and hue of a sci-fi magic brew. It looks like chunky, foamy absinthe from another time and place. Talk about a nutrient powerhouse though! :-)
I'm working on rehabbing a shoulder injury using the common sense approach to exercises: "If it hurts, don't do it". This has limited my arm balances in yoga and temporarily scratched pushups, bench press, pec flies, straight arm lateral raises above 70 degrees abduction and a few others off my list. I'm also taking a break from my ergogenic aids until I see an improvement in my shoulder - seems pointless to waste these types of supplements when I'm not doing the kind of training that would maximize their effects.
And finally, my latest wish list "toy":
Since my condo doesn't have a community compost bin or participate in such a program I figured it would be cool to make my own rich, dark, organic compost (better than throwing all my vegetable scraps in a landfill) and regularly gift it to acquaintances who have a garden, as I don't even have a balcony.