5:30. the alarm went off and i had every intention of getting up to work out. if i don't work out in the morning, i don't get it done... at least, that's how it used to go! anyways, i hit snooze and went back to bed. super exhausted still from our camping trip.
7:00. toddler breath in my face. time to get up. i realize that i will likely be very late for work today.
8:00. breakfast that i'm not very proud off, but it didn't derail me like i expected it to. typically if i start with carbs, things go downhill quickly.
sandwich thin with peanut butter. and coffee.
9:45. snack time, yo.
|depending on how you see the world, this is either an eyeball with some problems,|
or an abysmal view into the depth of my berry protein smoothie. i'll let you decide.
12:45. lunch! i'm really digging wraps instead of sandwich bread. i never jumped on the wrap bandwagon of the 90's. but now that no one really cares about them anymore, i'm totally on-board. figures. the only thing i don't like about wraps is when you over stuff them and all your food kind of poops out of the back side.
|dijon tuna salad on a ww wrap with as many veggies as i could cram in there.|
|isn't this way funnier than a picture of an apple with greek yogurt and peanut butter?|
6:00. home! brinner time (that's breakfast + dinner = brinner). when we are totally out of ideas, we do brinner. the kids think it's disney world because it's pancakes at a different time of day.
|eggs with kale and onions. berries.|
and see that stack of ww pancakes just hanging out in the background there? yup. had one.
and just when you think my day is done with and i didn't get a workout in...
7:30. run! i had to do an errand that was about a mile away. so i laced up and decided to run a crazy loop there to make it about 2 miles, then walk home. i never would've done this a month ago. and i think it's a great change.
8:30. ten minute ab workout! oh, sweet autumn calabrese. i'd like to say that you insist on these ab workouts because you've never had babies. oh, but you do have a kid. and you had a c-section. and you still have these flat, hard, chiseled, carved-out amazing abs. it gives me hope that it may be in my future to have nicer abs, but given that i had 17 pounds of baby at one time, i may be a tad delusional.
in other news, the tooth from hell that i thought we were done dealing with has flared up with a vengeance and i head to the dentist tomorrow to try and figure out what the heck we do about this tooth now. that should be fun. only, like, 2% of root canals fail. leave it to me to be in that 2%. can i just wake up and have it be wednesday already and the tooth is gone and no longer throbbing and i'm $500 poorer? thanks.
ashley "this sh*t is bananas" rebekah