Hey guys, welcome (as usual) to What I ate Wednesday! A big thanks goes out to the lovely Jenn for hosting the party!
With the month of April officially over I thought I would use today as a little summary of what I ate this month 🙂 This month has been all over the board in terms of food. From my usual eating habits, to a strict anti-inflammatory diet, to this week of (sort of successfully) starting to reintroduce foods I feel like this place has been all over the board.
Hey Guys! So the month of March is winding down, and my goodness has it been a crazy one around the Pie household. This whole moving thing has turned out to be a little more everything than my mom thought, and we’re all trying to adjust to the idea of leaving our house of 20 years behind (onto the next great adventure, right?)
I’m personally still trying to get over the fact that I don’t get to see the BF for another few months (thank goodness I saw him plenty this month) on top of this crazy class schedule and the migraines that seem to have been nonstop… Is it May yet?
There have been a lot of changes for the good around here though. I finally have gotten into the habit of getting up every (okay 4/5) morning during the week to workout before classes, and I’m finally getting the abs back to prove it! My intake of good food has been on the rise, and the veggies that come with spring will only make that easier. Minus the headaches (and the general stress of living right now) I’m feeling pretty good!
So good in fact that I am finally ready to share all the exciting things I have planned for April. I’ve enjoyed this months challenge so much that I’ve decide to keep it going with a weekly link up to Jenn’s What I ate Wednesdays. I also may share a few more workouts with you as I work towards building customized routines to share.
Hey guys, happy Friday (it really is happy because it finally feels like spring around here)! I’ve had the day off (as usual) and I’ve been spending the day catching up on paperwork and running errands. We decided to get together with our family on Easter Saturday this year (don’t ask…) so one of my stops today was at my favorite bakery to get myself a GF treat.
Hey Guys, this is my second week linking up with Jenn’s what I ate Wednesday party (thanks again for hosting!) And this is the last week of her ‘go green’ challenge.
What a perfect day to share this little beauty with you…
Hey guys, hard to believe the weekend is halfway through already (I know I don’t want to think about it!).
Yesterday was busy for a day off, I started the morning with a smoothie while I studied (my mom had a bunch of strawberries she let go almost bad in the fridge, but I was able to save them!)
I woke up this morning to an email stating my first class of the day had been cancelled. I usually a little annoyed when this sort of thing happens since my commute is almost an hour each way, driving down for an hour of class just doesn’t seem worth it.
But this class was THE class. The one we all love to hate. So I was a little less bothered. And trying to keep things on a positive note I decided to fill my extra time with some baking 🙂
Hey Guys! Today I’m sharing a link-up to one of my favorite blogs Peas and Crayons. Jenn does this really awesome post “What I ate Wednesday” which is basically a weekly version of this month’s photo challenge.
Breakfast was a bowl of hot millet breakfast cereal topped with walnuts and dried cherries (I say bowl, but it was more of a Tupperware on the seat of the car next to me as I drove to clinic… which is why I don’t have a picture).
I’ve had a bit of a rough time getting back into the swing of things with class this week. I definitely haven’t woken up to work out before class like I’m supposed to… if I’m being honest I’ve barely made it out of the door on time with all my stuff.
That being said breakfast has been really quick. This smoothie is packed with protein and vitamins (to fight off the rest of this cold!) and the whole thing comes together in 2 minutes or less. I can pour it in a jar, add a straw and hit the road.