I feel like I've been all over the place this week. Actually, I have been. I haven't really done a "regular" blog post in a few days so I thought I would give you all just that tonight. Nothing serious, nothing thought-provoking….just plain, simple, goodness.
To be honest, there is a lot I could talk about. There are a lot of emotions going through my mind after the week I had, but I'm at the point where I just want to stop talking. I want to stop thinking, asking why, and answering questions. Does that ever happen to you?
Anyways, I'm thinking of planning a day to get away by myself soon. I'm not sure what I will do or where I will go but I know I need it. I used to think that escaping was such a cop out to facing your problems but then I realized that not taking time to process your internal emotions is just as bad as running away from them.
Okay, enough of that. I promised you a simple light-hearted post and that is what you're going to get.
I've been having overnight oats all week. I've not had breakfast at home one day this week so these come in handy to grab while running out the door.
Pumpkin Overnight Oats:
- 1/4 C Dry Oats
- 2 tablespoons plain Greek yogurt
- 2 tablespoons cottage cheese
- 1 tsp chia
- 2 tablespoons of pumpkin
- lots of cinnamon
In the morning I added a few blackberries, sunflower butter and a sprinkle of NAG Carrot Cake granola.
The salad phenomena continues. Are you surprised?
kale, spinach, roasted broccoli, edamame, cabbage, Amy's veggie bistro burger, edamame hummus
I have two dinners to share with you since I neglected to post last night's BFD creation. I wasn't going to worry about it until I remembered it was one of the best frittats I've ever made.
egg whites, spinach, broccoli, sun dried tomatoes, feta cheese
I can't really explain how or why this particular frittata turned out so much better than most. But like I said earlier, I'm tired of asking why and just would like to relish in the fact that it is what it is.
Tonight's dinner was pretty simple, for me that is.
kale, quinoa, roasted broccoli, honey-soy glazed tempeh
I'm going to catch up on a few emails, finish up some work, and face-plant into my bed.
When was the last time you did something for yourself and only yourself and what did you do?