My day was a bit more unproductive than I would have liked, mostly due to my own blonde moment. I got to work and realized that my access badge and key for my desk drawers were both still sitting at home. Not so helpful. I could have gone home to get it…but I didn’t.
Breakfast was a green monster with the standard: mixed berries, a banana, almond milk, a couple big handfuls of spinach, and chia seeds.
I got a lot of funny looks eating it at work. Apparently putting spinach in a smoothie is weird? Who knew!
When the offer of getting Thai takeout for lunch came up, I jumped at the chance. I had drunken noodles with steamed tofu.
Thai food > yogurt and carrot sticks with hummus. I had great intentions to eat only half. That so did not happen!
After work, I had to head for an eye exam that I’ve been putting off for months. I haven’t gone in two and a half years, so it was long overdue. I was happy that my vision improved ever so slightly, but now trying to function with dilated pupils is not so enjoyable. I know, common sense would say to get off the computer and it might help…but let’s be honest, that’s probably not going to happen.
Confession: I fully believe that chips and salsa are a perfectly acceptable dinner.
So, that was what I had tonight. I bulked it up a bit with some refried beans and cheese. Did you know vegan cheese doesn’t really melt?
I think I’ve neglected to post for Julie’s 25 Days of the Little Things for a few days.
It’s not so much there haven’t been those little things. I just forget to write about them! Today’s little thing is that I was able to wear sandals to work today thanks to the unseasonably warm(ish) weather. It was in the 60s today, which for early November in Michigan is a heat wave!
In other news, I may have cried at the Hannah Montana series finale last night. Blogging is a funny thing, that I would openly share something like that with the world. It is actually probably not something I should admit, but in a space where I openly talk about the food I eat on a daily basis or my weight loss journey, I feel like admitting tears during a Disney Channel show is just the norm, especially when I cry at pretty much anything even slightly emotional.
Do you cry at the drop of a hat or do you keep it all inside?