But this afternoon I checked my Run Less, Run Faster schedule--and today was an 11 mile run. So at
Success! With 2 hours to think about what I wanted for dinner, I was prepared to hop off the TM and get dinner started straight away. The results: salads topped with chicken, lots of mozzarella cheese and some homemade croutons. (I won't bore you with a crouton recipe, but: cut bread. Coat with olive oil, salt and pepper. Bake for 10 minutes.)
Today was also apparently waffle day at my house. My choice was GF waffles with peanut butter and sliced strawberries, and the other topped with local apple butter. Mmmmm.....
Not to be outdone, hubs had his waffles with chocolate syrup and a side of cookie dough. I love that man.
Serious questions today. Waffles or pancakes? Toppings?
It's not even a question: waffles. I love crunchy textures, so waffles are a million times better than soggy pancakes. I love waffles and PB, but apple butter is a recent favorite. I never tried it until a few months ago, but it's fantastic!
What's the average time you spend working out on a weekday? Weekend?
I think the average workout time for a weekday would be maybe 45 minutes. Some days it is longer (say, yoga and a walk) but other times just a 30 minute run. On the weekend I spend more time. A long run is always 2+ hours, and it's the time of week I would go on longer hikes as well.