I hate #yolo. Every time I see those four letters my brain screams “do you mean ‘carpe diem,’ asshat?” And you say it when you are doing something dumb. People who get “carpe diem” tattoos usually do so with purpose and intend to live with purpose. When people post “YOLO” facebook status updates it generally means they’re an idiot. Also, this is the funniest thing ever -
Ok, rant’s over, I promise. I actually had a really good day
I got to go to yoga! Adam bought me a 2-month unlimited hot yoga Groupon for Valentine’s Day and I’m finally cashing in. My goal (my intention) is to go three times a week for the next two months, minus the week I’m in Ohio with my parents. Today I did a 75 minute flow class. I’ve never tried flow before, and I wasn’t very good, but I loved it.
“I had to run errands at school after yoga so I decided to make it a cardio day as well” …I breezily say as if I work out all of the time! I did today though. 40 minutes on the stationary bike at level 10 random.
On my walk to school between yoga and the gym I refueled with a Vanilla Stinger Waffle.
Oh my goodness was it good! I thought it was going to be some sort of chew and it ended up being a cookie!
And I did feel great during my 2nd workout. I totally bought more of these at the store today.
When I got home I made this strange but genius drink.
1 cup of cold (double bagged) red velvet cake tea with 1 cup of fat-free chocolate milk. Adam and I both were big fans of this combo.
I did a couple of errands at school and I kept the productivity going all afternoon. My most exciting to-done was signing up for malpractice insurance. We are going to have our very own patients this year so we need to cover ourselves legally. Thankfully student insurance is pretty cheap and it is fun to start to feel official.
My final errand was grocery shopping. I got lunch from Wegman’s hot bar.
A jalapeño popper and a bit of macaroni,
We haven’t gotten hot bar in a while and sadly this didn’t thrill me the way it used it.
Along with the essentials, I bought a box of Fiber One Chocolate Chip Cookies on sale.
Super meh, but they were very cheap so I’m glad I tried. The texture was way to cakey. They will be good for throwing into my purse before work or class, but I’m pretty sure I won’t be buying more when I finish the six that came with this box.
I also bought chips at the store.
Buffalo and blue cheese ruffled chips. I took one bite and knew that they were going to be dinner. So I pushed back our planned meal and bought some dip.
Too much fun. Adam randomly ate a ton of food at 5 pm so he didn’t need dinner anyway.
I did try to feel healthy by eating two plums for dessert though.
And I probably won’t do leftovers for dinner tomorrow!
What are your thoughts on #yolo?