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I will be back sometime (hopefully today) with a post! I have been soooo busy all week. And today is Bobby’s and my first 1-year anniversary (we got married twice – city hall wedding and the whole shebang).
Last week I shared my workouts with you and now I’m doing it again. This week looks a wee bit different than last week though! The first couple days I BodyRocked but the next were more yoga and walking-centric. I am in a yoga groove again.
Walk home from dinner (@ Candle79) – 1 mile
Abs workout from BodyRock – 11:20 time challenge, and then my reps for the interval training were: High Knees – 74, 58, 67, 70; Pendulums: 40, 38, 41, 42
BodyRock Cardio Legs & Core (~15 minutes if I remember correctly)
The last week has been really hot here in NYC so maybe that is why I’m going with more relaxing exercise like yoga flows over the hardcore BodyRock stuff. I will admit though, the Weight Loss Yoga is a pretty killer workout. Lots of flow + lots of stretch = lots of my favorite kind of yoga.
The other day I had this salad for dinner – it was fantastic. I have actually had many variations on the theme as of late but this one was especially pretty so I snapped a picture. Try it – you won’t regret it.
Crazy Seaweed Kabocha Eggy Salad
I just thew these ingredients in a bowl:
Hard boiled egg
1/2 an avocado
Steamed kabocha squash
Hijiki mixed with soy sauce, rice vinegar, and a few pinches of sugar
Brown rice (hidden under the veggies) (couscous would be yummy too) (don’t leave this out!)
Peanut Butter Vinaigrette Dressing
And topped it with this dressing (just mix together with a fork):
Chocolate Chip Cookies for One – totally perfect for my sweet tooth. I don’t like making a whole batch because I am the only one who likes sweet things in this house. I might try them with oatmeal instead of flour; I haven’t had oatmeal in ages and I miss it.
Corn Chowder a la Sophia – I think I want to make all of Sophia’s recipes, but this one is really calling to me. I actually rarely make anything interesting anymore so maybe I will challenge myself this week to make some new recipes.
I just found the Hip Chick’s Guide to Macrobiotics at the thrift shop for $1.99. Of course I picked it up. I had actually been talking about this book earlier this week with a girl I just met. I started it today on the boat; it’s a lot better than I had expected.