Can you believe that today was my first run of the week? Yes, I realize that it's Thursday. I had my epic hike on Monday, rested on Tuesday, and then fit in an hour of P90x Plyometrics Wednesday. So I haven't been slacking, exactly, but it was definitely time for a run! I decided it would be really smart to run at 11am in the sun. Genius. Still managed 5 miles though, with the three middle at tempo pace. I'll take it.
You might have noticed a distinct lack of eats lately. Mostly because....food choices have been dull. A lot of repeats, nothing too exciting. I'm definitely rotating through the same meals every week and I want a little bit of a change!
|GF pizza and salad|
|Spinach salads with homemade corn chips|
|Roasted broccoli and sweet potatoes with asian PB sauce|
|GF spaghetti with rosemary chicken marinara|
|"Fried" rice with tilapia, egg, onions, and broccoli|
|Sweet potato fries, fried eggs, and cucumbers|
|Baked tilapia, corn on the cob, jasmine rice, and broccoli|
Do you ever get in a cooking rut? How do you get out of it?!
I'm usually pretty happy to eat the same foods time and time again, but I definitely feel like my meals (and dinners, especially) are just on a ten day cycle that repeats over and over again!
If you could give ONE piece of cooking advice, what would it be?
I kind of want to be funny here and say, "Just order pizza," but I'll try to actually be helpful instead. My advice would be to read the recipe instructions all the way through before you start cooking. I've started so many things and then gone, "oh, I need that cooked now?"