So the Break Up post is now my #4 most viewed post of all time. Apparently y'all like a sob story. Such gossip hounds! It's cool, I'm the same way. I love hearing/reading about other people's drama. Although I do much prefer when it's someone else's and not mine, but what can you do?
So last night was my weigh in for Weight Watchers. I actually didn't go to the weigh in, I just weighed myself at home (which is leading me to ask myself why I am even paying to be a member) but I digress. I am down 1.2 pounds from my starting weight! Not a whole lot, but hey, every little bit is a little bit that isn't sitting around my waist or on my ass.
I have been pristine with my workouts and eating since Monday as well (as I mentioned in the Break Up post, an entire box of Honey Smacks may have been consumed over the weekend). I am back on the wagon for my half marathon training finally. Technically the 12 week program would have started this week, but I extended mine out to 16 weeks just to be extra safe and it's a good thing I did because I haven't been sticking to my training plan for the first 4 weeks, so actually I'm right where I should be!
Breakfast every day this week has been a yogurt bowl (no pic because at this point I'm sure you're sick of seeing it). Lunch yesterday was whole wheat tortellini with zucchini. It was absolutely delicious. Other than cereal, I really don't eat a whole lot of carbs like pasta or rice, so when I do have them, it's like a little slice of heaven. I am loving the natural light in this photo. Usually I take lunch pictures at my desk at work and the lighting is obviously not optimal.
Dinner was the cranberry walnut salad with chicken that I mentioned the other day and forgot to take a photo of. Well I remembered to snap one last night!
I love this salad, especially with the chicken heated up. There's just something about warm chicken in a salad that amps it up a notch, you know what I mean?
Tonight I have dinner with my lovely friend Emily downtown at Max and Dylan's. We both have been dying to go there for a while now. The full review will be coming at ya tomorrow! I know it's been a while since I've done a restaurant review, I've been trying to save my pennies and eat at home more because Mint.com tells me every other day that I have exceeded my monthly food budget. Apparently I dine like a Rockefeller. Whoops.
Do you eat out a lot or make meals at home? Do you love hearing/reading about other people's drama too?