I’ve spent all day trying to write a post for Change The Way You See, Not The Way You Look Week in celebration of the Operation Beautiful book release. All week readers and bloggers have been participating in this exciting time for the positive post-it note movement by posting their personal experiences about body image, self-confidence, and the ultimate healthy balance so many of us strive for.
I wasn’t able to get my story onto paper today. Whether it’s writer’s block or still a lack of self-confidence to share something so so personal to anyone, I don’t know =/
I hope I’m able to dig a little deeper at some point and share a bite of my true relationship with food, but all I have for you now is another Fiesta Bowl.
All good things: black beans, sautéed onion, yellow bell, and zucc, white cheddar, avo, salsa, and blue corn tortilla chips – a satisfying, 10-minute meal.
Where’s the Zucchini Parmesan recipe? I haven’t forgotten; bare with me as my blogging is all over the place. That delicious thing above was eaten yesterday. I know… what’s up?
So… since I’m doing a horrible job talking about anything food related, shall we try fitness? I went for an afternoon run today. I rarely go for afternoon runs – it’s usually done early morning, or in the evening. Running in the Redwoods at 4:00pm made me feel like I was in high school at cross-country practice again. Ahhh, nostalgia. I ran for 50-minutes, then changed outta my sweaty shorts and tee into some stretching gear before I met my mom for a 75-minute yoga class. I say it ev-er-y single time, and I’ll say it again, make me do more yoga pleaseee! The hilly run + hour of easy elongation paired each other perfectly.
Have a good Wednesday? I sure hope so.
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FYI: Caitlin will be on The Today Show tomorrow @ 8:30am – don’t miss it!