Playing catch up again…
1/2 cup oats with drizzle of maple syrup/agave nectar blend, 1 Tbsp pbu, and a mini box of raisins
Physical Activity: 5 mile run in about 1 hour, which should probably be called a jog. I felt like I could have gone farther, but I don’t want to increase my mileage too quickly and risk injury. I think I’m going to try and increase by 1 mile each weekend.
Frozen fruit (medium peach, small banana, 1/2 cup pineapple), 1/2 cup 1% kefir, 1/4 cup nonfat plain yogurt, splash of skim milk, and two handfuls of spinach all blended to perfection! Very refreshing after a hot run, but I wanted some substance as well…
Enter mini whole wheat pitas with fresh ground almond butter and apple butter…
The last of my cottage cheese (~ 1/3 cup) and a chopped golden tomato from my grandparents
I met my sister-in-law for coffee around 5 and had an iced tall skinny latte. We ended up talking until 8:45 – whoa! Needless to say, I was quite ravenous when I got home. “Dinner” was on the table in two minutes flat:
Kashi Go Lean and Mighty Bites with skim milk…
…and a 100-calorie bag of popcorn, which I cooked a few seconds too long. I was too hungry to care though!
It was so nice to have the day off, even though I didn’t do too much relaxing. Jim and I turned in around 10:30 after watching a King of the Hill episode. It was the one with the organic food co-op, so I actually found it to be entertaining…especially when they talk about how the organic tomatoes taste like “heaven balls.” That’s what I thought with my homegrown tomato this afternoon!
Okay, on to today…
I was craving cereal when I woke up (imagine that…me craving cereal?), so I decided to go for it….
1 cup Kashi Go Lean, 1/2 cup Kashi Mighty Bites, 1/2 oz almonds, and 1 cup skim milk
Jim and I did some gardening this morning, and now we are going to do the P90X Back & Shoulders DVD. I still haven’t gotten around to reading everyone else’s posts but I promise I will get caught up within the next day or so. I don’t see how those of you with huge readerships keep up with it all – it really is a part-time job in itself! Not that I’m complaining one bit, because I am starting to feel like a part of the blog community. Thanks for the love! 🙂