I used to think cardio was the only way I could loose or maintain weight, but adding weights and yoga makes it so much more fun :)
Today's workout was just what the doctor ordered, too! I'm still recovering from the cookie/cake binge c/o my co-workers. I know it wasn't a binge, but sugar on top of sugar is probably not a good idea ;)
Putting yesterday behind me, I broke out one of my Pumpkin Pie Burritos I stored in the freezer for breakfast and let me tell ya, they hold up well! I just let it thaw over night and it was ready to go this morning. The convenience makes it 2x as good :)
No bean burritos for snack time today, the office is deserted on Fridays. Instead, I had some Chobani goodness :)
For dinner the combo was:
corn + cream + bacon =a Winning meal
- 1 onion (or 2 - I can never get enough sauteed onions!)
- 8 slices bacon
- 3 cups corn
- 1 T flour
- 1/2 cup chicken broth
- 1 cup table cream
- 1/2 - 1 cup milk
- Saute onions + bacon until bacon is cooked. Drain as much bacon fat as you can.
- Add corn and saute until warmed through
- Add flour and stir
- Add cream,chicken broth and milk
- Stir and simmer until desired consistency
Plus, we made some chai tea smoothies for desert. It's 106+ today, the ac + me are bffs!
Speaking of "Winning," I just had to share this post, Dad Takes on_Biggest Challenge. I loved this quote:
"My daughter even ASKS me to braid her hair now. Which, as you can imagine, is the total Charlie Sheen version of winning."
One year when I was 6 or 7, my dad was responsible for getting me to school. As hard as he tried, he couldn't even handle pig tails so a couple of weeks later they gave me my first pixie cut!
Too bad I turned out just like him, cause I can barely master the hair-in-a-bun. Judge for yourselves:
So not winning!
Did your dad ever have to pull braid duty?
Have a great weekend :)