Wednesday, January 25, 2012

Dinner of Champions

Sometimes work gets in the way of my quest for healthy living.

I am absolutely loving the new challenges in my career, but admittedly my plate is pretty full. I start work early, but as my clients are mostly International I arrive to a full inbox every morning due to time change. I'm finding the best time to get work accomplished is between 5-7 when everyone has left for the day.

I left late last night, missing my 4:30pm workout window. The entire drive home, I was thinking "I'm just gonna skip tonight" but then my conscience got to me and I decided I'd feel worse if I didn't go.

I went to Body Combat and rocked it. I left feeling slightly queesy, and decided I didn't want/have the energy to prepare the bok choy and mushroom stir fry I had planned.

Instead, I had my version of a Dinner for Champions.
A green smoothie (water, strawberry yogurt, frozen banana, fresh strawberries and a scoop of vanilla protein) annnnnnnnnnd a piece of cake.

Odd yes, but equally delicious.

The moral of the story? Sometimes it's ok to eat cake for dinner. In fact, I encourage it.

(Still haven't decided on a back splash... but I gotta say, I'm liking the way that one looks against the counter!)

4 comments:

nikkianne said...

Haha! Love it!

Mich9 said...

google knows it :-D

Negletekniker said...

Antioxidants help prevent cell damage caused by free radicals thus helping your immune systems. Brewed cocoa beans are also 100% gluten free.

Casino said...

While cooked food has lower levels of enzymes and in overcooked food it is completely lost which can cause bloating, belching, gas, bowel disorders, abdominal cramping, heartburn and food allergies.

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