Blech. I am so SICK of eggs for breakfast. I have scrambled eggs nearly every morning for breakfast. I figure it is the easiest way to get in some protein, and since I only do one egg plus egg whites I can keep the calories low. But I think I've only got a few more days in me of eggs for breakfast before I lose my mind. I haven't been doing the best eating clean or whole foods lately, so I figured what the heck, I'd just have peanut butter toast. Except my body apparently doesn't like bread in the morning anymore. What gives? My stomach gets all eeew, gluten on me or something. So now I'm half heartedly on the search for new easy breakfast options. I would go the smoothie route, except I think I'd be sad if I didn't get to actually chew my breakfast. Is that dumb?
Now that I'm thinking about it though, if I could have a smoothie and some bacon for breakfast, I'd be content for a while. Because bacon. Yum.
But cooking bacon for one seems like a waste of time/mess/etc...
Can you tell I didn't really have anywhere I wanted to go with this post? Ha.
Looking back at my goals this week I didn't do too terrible. I managed four runs totaling 14.65 miles, but other than that I didn't do much. So I failed at the whole strength workout thing. One day I did do a total of 100 sit-ups and 40 push-ups, but... Reading some of the posts that were linked up from last week is making me antsy to up my mileage. If only got 14 total on my calendar again for this week, but maybe I'll shoot for a touch more. I think I'd like my base to be 15 miles a week, and just add from there if I am training for something. Oh, also, I did succeed in losing a pound this week. Two goals out of three isn't terrible (although by school standards I failed, didn't I? sad.)
Goals for this week:
-lose one pound
-four runs totaling 15+ miles
-one strength workout
-one new breakfast
Has anyone else started training for fall races? Following a plan in particular?
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