A spa day at home isn’t always a great idea. The closest thing I could do at home was go outside and sit on a lounge chair. After a few minutes, it was obvious that it wasn’t going to be the same experience.
There were a few key things missing:
- No spa services.
- No friendly staff member bringing me chilled water.
- No towel service.
- No pool.
- No jacuzzi.
- No masseuse.
- No people.
- No smelly aromatherapy.
It kinda sucked.
So, the only inspirational thing for me to do was replicate a spa lunch. I could do that.
Thankfully, I was just at the market, and picked up a Lean Cuisine Spa Collection meal.
Yes. I feel very blessed that Lean Cuisine had a meeting one afternoon, to help people like me, who were at home, looking to recreate a spa experience.
I was a little hesitant at first in placing my trust in a frozen fish dinner. But, I was fully committed to the experience:
- First, it was healthy.
- The sodium content was less than a Hungry Man dinner.
- It had orzo pasta with peas and carrots.
- And it was only 250 calories.
After zapping it in the microwave, because we all know finer spas microwave their fresh ingredients for clientele, I was brought to a fishy land of cats and mermaids.
I unwrapped the eco friendly packaging that contained my fresh Spa meal, and was a little disappointed.
Dang it. The fresh herbs were missing!
The only spa experience was the “steam facial” that came from the hot steam that escaped the package.
Mmmm…….thanks Lean Cuisine.