Hey friends! A couple housekeeping things before we get started with WIAW.
- I was featured on Fitblogger yesterday!
- I updated the “Sweat” tab under my header, adding my race recaps/times and various fitness+running posts. Check them out!
- I’m sick.
Yes, that’s right. I’m sick. Remember when Bernie was sick last week? Well it seems like I’ve caught whatever he had. I woke up on Monday morning with a scratchy throat and a migraine and I was pissed. This week is so busy between work and packing up my apartment for the move – I just don’t have time to get sick. It seems like these sort of things always happen at the worst time. I guess that the stress of the last week or so took a toll on my immune system. I decided to take charge right away and picked up some Zicam on my way to work. Does it work? No idea. But it’s worth a shot.
Monday night I took it really easy. Half-marathon training in on hold for the next 48 hours in the hope that I can return back at it on Wednesday. Today’s WIAW features all my eats from my sick-day on Tuesday. I didn’t go into the office and worked from home/bed in the hope that I could shake the cold. No fitness this time around. As much as I wanted to get out there and get my run in for the day, I knew it was better to just relax and not push myself. If you want to learn more about WIAW, head to Jenn’s blog.
While I was home in NY, I was finally able to find Peanut Butter & Co.! For breakfast I mixed a tablespoon of Dark Chocolate Dreams with plain chobani and topped it with strawberries and granola. I swear to God, I could eat this meal every single day for breakfast. Greek yogurt+nut butter+fruit+granola=love. Well, ok, let’s be honest – I do eat this almost everyday.
Lunch was quick, easy, and delicious! When I work from home, I love having the opportunity to make a hot lunch. Today I cooked up two scrambled eggs with two pieces of Ezekiel toast on the side, topped with roasted red pepper hummus and cucumber slices.
Around 4:00, my stomach started rumbling, so I pulled two energy balls from the freezer.
After getting some packing done (it’s amazing how much crap you can accumulate in a year!) I was pretty hungry. Even though I’m sick, my hunger is still very much present. Whenever I get sick, I crave home cooked food more often than soups or easy meals. I roasted up some green pepper slices and Brussels sprouts at 375 degrees for 20 minutes. On the side was an Amy’s veggie burger and a small sweet potato topped with muenster cheese and some un-pictured hot sauce. This. Was. Good!
Readers: What are some of your favorite eats lately? What do you eat when you’re sick?