Whenever I’m craving pizza, I just suffer through it because pizza crusts are usually really hard/gross/cardboard-like when I make my own pizza. The other day I made spinach pizza with a different crust and it was soooo good omg.
The crust was in that can that croissants come in. It was Pillsbury Artisan pizza crust made with whole grain, and the crust seriously was the best crust I’ve had from ~homemade pizza. I used reduced fat mozzarella cheese, chopped spinach from a can, and dried garlic and herbs. I wish I took a picture.
I’ll probably save that meal for my ~reward dinners though, because of all the cheese. It’s not 100% healthy.
The fun thing about being healthy is discovering new things to try and things you enjoy. So far, I’ve learned that I like:
- running in the morning
- yoga at night
- the structured sleep schedule working out puts me on
- egg whites
- trying new things!
So I just finished the first “real” day of Insanity. I have never sweat so much in my life omg. But I survived the whole thing! I took maybe four extra breaks, BUT I DID IT!
Had a late start, but still managed to work out. I’m intimidated by Insanity though, so I kind of feel like I should wait and start it in March so I have time to increase my endurance.
- 8am 30min elliptical run
- Breakfast: Oatmeal with almond butter and a banana. [Dear fitblrs, I finally get why you put [pea]nut butter in oatmeal. Delicious! And it was filling.] 8oz mocha made with unsweetened chocolate almond milk.
- Lunch: Vanilla greek yogurt sundae with the rest of the morning’s banana, chocolate chips, and granola
- Dinner: Whole wheat pancakes with 2+1 scrambled eggs
- Snacks: Whole wheat pancakes because I made too many
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Just keep going…stay focused, keep your eyes on what you want and keep them off of what you don’t want.