Thank you guys so much for all your Shredding advice. I guess I wasn’t thinking very hard when I thought that I should do Level One for 30 days straight! You’re all totally right – I would get so bored!! So I think I’m going to go with all of your suggestions to do 10 days at Level One, 10 at Two and 10 more at Three. That seems much more reasonable. My goal is to do it for 30 days (not straight, just get through the 10 days at each level) before getting bored and moving on – wish me luck!
I once again started my day (Day 3!!) with Jillian who promptly kicked my butt
From there I moved onto breakfast – which was a hard boiled egg with a hunk of warmed multigrain bread and of course a coffee.
For once I managed to get creative with lunch and of course the picture came out blurry! Oh well – hopefully you can get the gist.
I piled a spelt bagel high with some chunk light tuna, lettuce and mustard and had a crispy apple on the side.
I may have been too quick to judge the spelt bagel – it didn’t taste quite as salty as it did the first time…
Late afternoon I dug into a Mocha-walla Odwalla bar
And, being in the Easter spirit, I couldn’t resist a couple of these babies:
sources: candy.org; chocolate-candy-mall.com
Holiday-themed candy is the best
When I got home I wasn’t feeling very hungry given my large afternoon snack so I went for a quick 4-miler in this finally nice weather! It felt awesome and I was definitely ready to eat by the time I had showered and stretched!
Dinner was pretty simple – just an Amy’s Black Bean burrito with a side salad.
I also realized that I never showed you guys the goodies Mike and I picked up from Sweet! So here you go
Peanut butter chocolate cupcake, toasted marshmallow cupcake and mocha chocolate cupcake.
PLUS, I came home to TWO packages!!
One from my fabulous sister (thanks Shanny!!):
And one from those friendly people at Kashi
That’s pretty much my day in pictures! Off to watch Modern Family with Mike (yes, we’re incredibly lame and have TV shows on every night of the week )