Spa Day at Home

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:

  1. No spa services.
  2. No friendly staff member bringing me chilled water.
  3. No towel service.
  4. No pool.
  5. No jacuzzi.
  6. No masseuse.
  7. No people.
  8. 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.