First off, Happy Hump Day. Secondly, is it the weekend yet? #AlwaysComplaining
Yesterday was a super fun day. I started things off with a
enjoyable humid 9 mile run… how could the day possibly be bad? It was also my half birthday. Yes I complain about how old I am, but I also love celebrating. Specifically celebrating me. So in honor of my half birthday (27.5) and an impromptu half day at work Monday (thank you spontaneous power outage), I made myself some yummy eats.
Let’s see how I got #Fancy. And as always, thanks Jenn for hosting!
Tuesday: July 21st, 2015
Green Apple with Cinnamon and a TBS of PB2
Not pictured: chocolate Vega protein smoothie with almond milk and ice… desperately needed something cold post 75% humidity
1 spaghetti squash, 2 TBS homemade pasta sauce, 1 TBS nutritional yeast – this is a huge treat to myself. Not a complicated meal, but still time consuming enough to make me not want to make it regularly. Which is sad. Because this was delicious. I think I’m going to start having to eat this more….
Not pictured: 1 cup brussels sprouts… because they were delicious and I wanted to eat them ASAP. Also they smelled and people were giving me looks…
Watermelon. Mid afternoon pick me up. Trying my best to avoid snacking on the granola, chocolate covered pomegranate seeds, and BarkThins they have at work by bringing my own sugary treat. TOTALLY not the same. WAY better for me and running.
“Dinner” was consumed rather quickly as boyfriend and I were taking a cooking class at 6PM. I ended up grabbing an Acai Bowl from Green & Tonic before hitting the road. I wasn’t sure how bad traffic would be, and definitely did NOT want to go into the cooking class #Hangry. It was absolutely delicious and totally hit the spot. However I ate it while driving so there’s no picture. Safety first : )
The class was an absolute blast and I promise promise promise I will share more with you soon!
What was the best thing you ate yesterday?
Do you celebrate your half birthday?
Have you ever taken a cooking class before? We learned how to make pizza from scratch (dough and sauce too) which was a ton of fun. I can’t wait to share what we learned last night with you!