Ahh I am a whole new person after sleeping 7 1/2 hours last night. I wish I could have slept 8 or 9, but 7 will have to do. Better than 1.5, right?! This morning I grabbed this Kashi bar + a juicy pear and was out the door—
I LOVE this bar. Chewy and filling bars make me a happy baker that doesn’t snack mindlessly on candied pecans 😉
Breakfast was amazing.
This combo was:
- 1/2 cup oats cooked in water and a pinch of salt
- 1/2 banana
- 1/2 scoop chocolate protein powder
- 1 BIG scoop Naturally More pb
- 1/4 cup Zoe’s Honey Almond Granola
Kept me fueled for the remainder of my morning and through my 11 am appointment to get the initial injection for my later afternoon bone scan. After the shot (ugh), I snacked on half a Pure bar that I had in my purse before I headed out for a run!
I did a very hot and steamy 3.2 miles in 29:45. It was a pretty good run despite the waves of heat that I felt like were just smacking me in the face while I ran. My little bro ran the first .75 mile with me and then turned around. 🙂 Afterwards, I downed a huge glass of coconut water and made lunch
Lunch was a delicious wrap!
This Rudi’s 7 grain + flax wrap contained a morningstar farms veggie burger with 3 big scoops Cedar’s hummus and a sprinkle of feta cheese. It was sooooooo yummy. Grapies on the side!
I’m in a mad rush to shower, get caught up on emails (ughh sorry I’m so slow yall!), work on the e-cookbook and get back to the hospital by 2:45 to have my scan done. Dinner is already in the oven so it’ll be ready when I come home. See you in a bit!
ps—What do yall think of my new Training sidebar??
Zesty helped me with it, obvi. 🙂 I have been getting a lot of emails lately regarding how I will go about training for the triathlon/half marathon so I thought if I laid it all out, week by week, it would help you guys get a better picture of what I am planning on doing!