It was another day without a workout, but I was very productive on the seated tasks front. Plus, I snuck in a walk and a few planks, which is always better than nothing.
For breakfast I tried one of the new Chobani flavors.
0% Apple Cinnamon did not disappoint. Now I’ve just got to locate the passionfruit flavor.
Lunch was a rerun of last night’s dinner.
A bowl of chili topped with a sprinkle of parmesan,
and a side of homemade olive oil crackers.
Just as good in leftover form.
I woke up late (I’ve got to get a handle on that before school starts in 11 days!) and spent several hours working on Window Shopping Wednesday posts. Those suckers do not just write themselves; I can’t even imagine how time-consuming it would be to write a blog with actual content!
Around 2:00, I hopped into a much-needed shower and then headed off to the post office on foot. Who is that girl with the long, blonde hair?
Goodbye, old passport photo.
I finished my journey back to the apartment just in time to catch the husband coming home for a 2 hour break. We hopped in the car and ran a few errands. During our travels we split a grape cola slushie.
Slushies make me ridiculously happy. You can’t get them where I grew up and on our college trip my junior year of high school I must have bought at least one a day.
I’ve spent my evening during school work and I’ve got a magazine project lined up for when I’m done. I had to update my clinic book and professional portfolio and write several professional goals. It wasn’t as bad as I thought it’d be, but I understand why I’ve been putting it off.
Dinner was a vegetable fest.
Veggies roasted with cooking spray and salt, dipped in tons of ketchup.
I had a small pile of okra,
and a huge pile of green beans.
Both were delicious. As I get more and more comfortable in the kitchen, roasted veggies are still the most comforting thing I know how to make.
A vegetable fest (note, fest not feast) is on the lighter side for an evening meal, but I knew that dessert was in my future.
Coffee cake in a mug!
This recipe is a 2 minute masterpiece.
Have you tasted any of the new Chobani flavors yet? What is your number 1 favorite variety of Greek yogurt?