Chocolate Covered Crack
Hi all! I just finished training two early morning clients, followed by a walk with Niko on the gloriously warm and sunny day.
So I think we all agreed that it’s just best overall to avoid extreme temperatures – hot and cold. However, I believe most of you said you’d prefer cold because you can always add another layer! Well, until you begin to look like a marshmallow and can’t move. That kinda defeats the point. But I digress…
So it’s Friday! This week sped by at the speed of light! This week has been a busy one for me. As always anymore, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday were go-go-go, and I had a lot of to-do’s to get to-done. All is well, though.
I have managed to get in a little relaxation along the way 😉
By the way, sitting on countertops is one of my favorite things ever. So much more fun than sitting in a chair, no? No?
Before I go on, I must tell you all about my favorite cheap wine. I never knew I was a pinot grigio girl until I tried this wine.
Fetzer Pinot Grigio. $6 at Jewel Osco. Love it.
Anyway, the hubski helped out a couple nights this week by taking care of dinner:
Grilled veggies and a veggie burger:
There is indeed a veggie burger alongside that heap of veggies.
I see it!
Since Shane’s a lightweight and couldn’t eat his weight in roasted veggies, I had his leftovers in my dinner the next night!
Fajitas! Meat for the boy and veggie for the girl. All I did was add some spice (cumin, chili powder, cayenne, onion powder, sea salt,) diced tomatoes and beans.
In bowl form, because I still don’t know when to stop when it comes to filling a tortilla shell.
There were also chocolate covered banana chips a-plenty.
I should just call these crack. It’s dangerous for me to have these in the house. I get like this with certain foods. Last year it was Annie’s Bunny Graham Friends. Two years ago it was HFCS laden Cinnamon Wheat Thins (which they stopped making and my heart broke.)
And although there were several breakfasts this week in wrap-form eaten on the go from work to work…
(these usually comprise of one whole banana smothered in a mixture of almond butter, jay robb brown rice protein powder, and a splash of almond milk…so good)
…I still managed to make some breakfasts to enjoy leisurely as well.
Whole wheat protein waffles, which I will be posting the recipe for soon.
Overnight Oats which actually looked somewhat appetizing,
And of course, oatmeal.
Well I’m off to do some cardio and take a shower before heading back to train another client. Yesterday morning I did a kick booty four mile interval run which left my anterior tibialis a little sore, so I’m guessing the elliptical or a bike ride’s in my future today.
Do you get on food kicks? Where you eat the crap out of a certain food for a period of time and then later want nothing to do with it? What’s your current food kick?