Hi guys! I would love to start this post off telling you about my awesome sleep I had last night because I was in bed by 10pm. But alas, that is not the case. I couldn’t shut my brain off and if I wasn’t thinking about things I have to do today then I was dreaming about them. Ugh! I got up around 7:30 and headed downstairs for some much needed coffee and evil creamer.
No run this morning because I just don’t have time today. Very sad. I worked on posts while sipping on coffee. If you haven’t seen it yet, this month’s Feet on the Street feature is up and it’s Heather! Check it out!
I headed up to shower and wake up Scotty-loves. Then I made a light and quick breakfast.
I’m stressed out and my stomach is in knots so a heavy fiberific breakfast would not have been a wise choice. I had some granola and yogurt with cranberries and frozen raspberries.
Then Rocks and I headed out for a walk. While out on the walk I dropped the bag that held Rocky’s poo and then I promptly stepped on it. Thankfully it was in a bag so no direct contact. However I’m hoping this is not some sort of foreshadowing message of how my day is going to go. When we got back I busted around the house focusing on things that needed focused on today. Then it was lunch time. Still kept things simple.
- Almost a cup of vanilla almond milk
- Splash of POM
- 1C unsweetened cranberry juice
- 1C water
- Bunch of kale
- Frozen pineapple
- Frozen mango
- Frozen blueberries
Amy’s bean and rice burrito with cheddar. Everything was tasty, I just wish my tum was in more of a mood to handle it.
I actually did go a little heavier foodwise with dinner. I was hungry by this point and a little bit more relaxed about things. I have been craving (what is with all these cravings lately?!) salmon patties, so that’s what I made. I know we just had fish last night, but whatevs.
Unspectacular frozen green beans that I heated up in a little broth and buffalo sauce.
It was a really great dinner that totally hit the spot. I’m out guys, off to SF class. Just a few more hours and I can call this crazy day done and get on with regular life. Hooray!