What is up everyone? Such a lovely day on this fine Tuesday.
This morning when I was leaving the house it was still yucky outside so I chose my rain jacket over my sunglasses — total mistake because the sun is finally out and shining.
Greek yogurt + museli + Love Grown granola + blueberries + banana slices + Sara Beth’s blueberry jam + peanut butter
Check all those layers.
Peanut buttah, mmm.
Breakfast was enjoyed while walking to my 8:00 am chemistry lab thanks to my alarm neglecting to go off. Don’t you hate that? Thankfully, I woke up and 7:07 am, had a mini panic attack, and then got myself ready and out the door by 7:36 am. Oy.
Steamed sweet tater & zucchini + leftover Jim N Nick’s smoked turkey & croutons & BBQ sauce (< weird flavor alert)Â + goat cheese
Lunch was probably one of the weirdest flavor combinations ever — and I’ve had some pretty strange combos — but it turned out delicious!
Grande skinny vanilla latteÂ (new Starbuck’s favorite) + dried appleÂ
On Tuesdays after my chemistry lab I usually head over to Starbuck’s and this morning was no different.
I also had a trail mix Mojo bar during my food science lab as a little fuel before my run and then the other half of banana from breakfast after my run. Neither of which that got photographed. Whamp whamp whamp.
Workout – (Monday & Tuesday)
Yesterday I made it to the box for a lovely WOD. Please make note of the Rx’d at the bottom. Thank you.
Here’s today’s run. Originally I had planned on going at least 5 miles with the hopes of 6 miles but my legs were dead from yesterday so I cut it off at 3.4 miles. Good enough for me considering I have quite the load of chemistry to study tonight. Bleh.
Roasted acorn squash & Brussels sprouts + pan seared salmon + drizzle balsamic vinegar
So this meal pretty much rocks. I say that because I’m still eating it and wishing it will never end. Fingers crossed.
Salmon seasoned with S&P, fresh thyme pan seared with some EVOO and then thrown under the broiler.
Acorn squash halved and seeded then seasoned with EVOO, S&P, and fresh thyme (same for the Brussels) roasted at 400* for 15-20 minutes.
An awesome dinner to end the day. It’s been a tasty Tuesday you guys.
Oh and I almost forgot…
A friend of mine, Max, sent me a picture of his dinner and told me to put it in my blog and… yeah. So if anyone ever needs some eggs, brown rice, and salsa in their life Max is your go to guy!
G’night y’all. 😀