There’s a time for dancing (which is all the time, for the record).
There’s a time for scarfing down ice cream at 2:30am.
There’s a time to drink more beer than you have since college.
And then there’s a time for healing.
The past month has admittedly involved one too many bison burgers, two too many buns, three too many bottles of beer and perhaps four too many glasses of wine. In other words, yours truly has a extra five pounds of fun chub hanging out on her 5’7 frame. Unfortunately, that weight seems to want to go everywhere except my boobs.
Luckily, this isn’t a time for complaining, so you won’t have to hear the long history of my genetic make-up and how size AA bras and me were destined to be best friends forever.
Anyways, the healing process began this morning with a protein-packed, nutrient rich and most importantly, deliciously tasty breakfast…
1 handful spinach
1/3 cup cherry tomatoes
sprinkle of salt
sprinkle of garlic powder
1 T grated white cheddar cheese
And because I am changing my life’s motto to, “Just pair it with a carb,” some Golden Maple Oatmeal Squares for good measure.
In accordance with my 12-Step No-tox, I consumed an extra cup of coffee and massive amounts of water after breakfast. Then, I made sure to pack a veggie-filled lunch that I knew would help repair some cellular damage from the weekend.
Antioxidants are powerful things, people.
Snackage included an old favorite, Chobani Peach Greek yogurt, and a naner…
After a 60-minute Bootcamp class (full of cardio and shocker – weightlifting!), I felt like a whole new Everythingtarian. There is nothing like an hour of sweating beer out of your pores to make you feel 100x better both physically and mentally.
I rushed home and realized there was no way I could turn on my oven when the thermostat in my apartment was 86 degrees.
No frickin’ way.
Cereal it was.
Throw in a strawberry spinach salad topped with Annie’s Lite Raspberry Vinaigrette, and you’ve got yourself a light, filling dinner.
Let the healing begin.