[Mid-day gym time. I'm going to miss it being deserted]
[Wtf Garmin footpod?! First time trying it on the treadmill. I swear it told me I was doing 11min/miles!]
[Making veggie curry in the crockpot]
That was a final glorious week. I'm going to miss that week. Nonetheless, I took time to make myself a new training schedule since I've found I do better when I have some tangible to mark off and see my progress.
[On my fridge, mirror, and by my desk at work.]
No excuses friends (until the work stress catches up with me). I started off this week right by getting my head in the game with yoga.
Back to Pinterest! I've been scouring for all types of vegetarian recipes to try (in an effort to cook more
in January this year). One thing I'm really not good at is eating processed foods. I'm typically in a hurry and pretty lazy in the mornings (that's what a 6am wake-up call will do to you). I pick up the easiest breakfast I can throw in the toaster/microwave and the same goes for my lunches. While I'm not the best at planning ahead, I am dying to try overnight oats in a jar!
There is obviously tons of ways you can do them. I pinned a few different recipes to try, but they all use variations on oats, milk, yogurt, flax or chia, and a nut butter. I'm planning to pick up the ingredients on our next grocery store run. I'm thinking almond milk, peanut butter (we do have a used container here, but I'll rotate some leftover empty jars I have too), and dried cranberries. Yay vegan!?
Have you ever tried OOIAJ? What are your healthy