Catching up from the weekend? Friday, Shane and I had a date night in Uptown Normal at a café that satisfied both of our foodie cravings. Saturday, I slacked off my entire to do list in favor of down loading an awesome workout playlist, plus I showed off my new hair.
I just woke up all disoriented because I slept in an hour past the time I wanted to wake up! I hate that, but kinda love it at the same time I’m really not sure how Sunday turned into such a time suck, but it really wore me out! Oh wait, attending a 3.5 hour (fun, though!) shower in the middle of the day will definitely do that to a Sunday.
But let’s start at the beginning.
Sunflower butter and a banana fueled a quick 3.75 mile run around the neighborhood. I had plans to get in a chest/back workout afterward, but silly little me always overestimates the time I have available.
I had a client to train at 9:00, and only had time for a shower and to get on my way! Luckily my commute was only 7 minutes this time!
After training, I rushed home to put on a pretty dress and head to my good friend Stacy’s wedding shower! It was in a cute building in a little town about 25 minutes north, where she’s from.
The shower lasted a while, but was a lot of fun! The bride had a kitchen-themed shower, and all the attendees brought recipes on recipe cards she’d sent out in the invitations. Fun, right?
After the shower, I rushed back home to make a pedicure appointment (swoon) and spent the next hour or so in relax city.
But all that relaxing sure works up an appetite
Shane and I made some his and hers enchiladas together.
My fillings were sautéed onion, peppers, corn, and black beans. They were absolutely delicious, but incredibly filling! Eating one plus a couple nibbles off of another had me feeling like I never wanted to eat again! haha
Yesterday as I was hurrying up over to my clients house to train her, I got thinking about work commutes. Mine aren’t too bad. Actually, right now, for training, my farthest commute is 10 minutes away, and normally it’s only about 5-7 I love it. However, when I do the planner gig, it’s about 20 minutes away, which kinda sucks. Then yesterday my client was telling me how her brother, who she visited last weekend in California, has a commute that’s nearly 2 hours. TWO HOURS! This is craziness.
How long is your work commute? What form of transportation do you take? I always take car…I need to take bike or foot more, though!
Well I’m out of here. Getting in that chest and back workout today before spin, then it’s time to train a couple clients. Have a great Monday, peeps!
PS…Ab workout *finally* coming tomorrow for How-To’sday