I didn’t think I’d be hungry after eating the day away, but when 6 o’clock rolled around, I was hungry for dinner. Listening to my body, I headed into the kitchen and put together a meal that you probably wouldn’t see in any other ‘normal’ college kid’s kitchen.
There are no words to describe how much I love healthy food. I do not forcefully make myself eat this healthy – I just L.O.V.E. vegetables so so so much. Call me nutty… but a very healthy nut, I am.
Quinoa + fresh spinach, edamame, chevre and black pepper.
Dr. Praeger’s California Veggie Burger – nothing added.
Organic Heirloom Tomato – sweet ‘n’ juicy.
My mason jar got a lot of lovin’ today.
Not long after cleaning my dinner plate, I pulled the berry colander from the fridge, and the chocolate chips from the freezer.
Yes, you bet that is a mug of melted semisweet chocolate chips… and you can bet some of those s-berries took a dunk in that swimming pool of rich, dark chocolate.
I just poured myself a second cup of green tea. I don’t know what was up with my hunger today, but I ate an awful lot of [healthy] food for only 32 minutes of physical activity. My Sunday is a bit busier than today was, and hopefully the eats will be a bit lighter too.
If the weather is suitable, I may go for another outdoor run in the morning. Speaking of running, I signed up for a race! I’m going to run the Chico Ten on September 18th at the park that’s just a few minutes away from my house. I used to run races rather regularly, but it’s been months since I’ve participated in one. I think this 10-mile run fits in nicely with my half-marathon training. Yay, I’m really looking forward to my fall races! : )
Reading, writing, online quizzes… such an eventful Saturday night.
Ta ta for now,
- Are you participating in any races this fall?
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