Tuesday, November 11, 2014

Mornings Are Awesome & A Snack Experiment Fail

Hey everyone. I hope your week is going well. The weather people are predicting snow for Columbus on Sunday, so be prepared for a very "woe is meeeeee" post then. For now, I'm enjoying the last of our low 60's.

I woke up at my Aunt and Uncle's (I was hanging out with my cousin the past few days), and I got to watch this amazing sunrise from bed. Mornings are awesome...


I ran 5 miles before work Monday morning along the trails. My legs still feel a little heavy, so I'm going to take it easy the next couple of days. I realized I haven't taken a rest day since last Monday. Whooops. Wednesday/rest day is going to be awesome. 

I'm used to running in cooler weather, and it was not cool enough on Monday morning. I'm fairly certain I started overheating around mile 3.1, but I finished the 50 minutes I had planned. Dear Mother Nature, if you could keep the temperature 44 degrees for all runs all year long, I would appreciate it. 

Splits: 9:18, 9:23, 9:39, 9:31, 9:39


I found some coupons from my Half that I was going to use on new shoes, but that veeeerrrryyyy fine prints says Brooks and Mizuno shoes are excluded. Rude, Dicks Sporting Goods. Rude. PSA: read the fine print on coupons. 


In attempts to eat a tad healthier, I've been looking for ways to spice up plain Greek yogurt. I tried almond butter a few weeks ago, and it tasted pretty good, but I thought I could make my snack even more exciting by adding cocoa powder... 


I was wrong. It did not taste good. Turns out cocoa powder without sugar is just powder. It was a valiant effort, but I'm heading back to the drawing board... 


To make up for my less than appetizing greek snack, I had the best greek salad for dinner at Aladdin's with the girls. I'm going to have to start researching Mediterranean restaurants in my new town ASAP to ensure I don't have hummus/pita/feta cheese/olives withdrawals... 


Last time you watched the sunrise? 

How many rest days per week do you take? I normally take 2. 

How do you spice up plain greek yogurt without adding tons of sugar?? 

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