- Almond milk
- Emmental cheese
- Opened cans of beans
- Bulk batches of quinoa
- Opened cans of coconut milk
- And finally, overnight oats made in Tupperware
I want to get back on the Five Factor diet (affiliate link) idea. I haven't found any corn tortillas here, which is unfortunate, but I can make my standard burritos sans the tortilla, and still cover my bases. It means I won't have my olive oil for the healthy fat, but there are healthy fats in the beans and the chia, so it should still work out. And I can always eat a few almonds. Maybe if I run through this quinoa fast I might try millet as well. Emily at Daily Garnish speaks highly of it. But, when you factor in Spring Break, I'll actually only be eating in this room another two months, so I shouldn't go out buying anything else just yet!
Starting to worry that my chia might have gone bad. The last few batches of overnight oats I have made have tasted pretty sketchy, like something has spoiled, but the mixture I've been making of oats, crushed cashews, and agave syrup has been fine. I hope my chia hasn't died! It's probably really expensive to ship over here, and I didn't see any in Naturalia.
Push-ups were harder today, but still doable. Also about to go add in some ab work.
As far as actually getting out to run goes, I'm still being a weeny about it. A blog I stumbled across but can't for the life of me remember the name of collected some motivational exercise quotes from her readers, and I noted down a few:
- Pain is weakness leaving the body
- You are just one workout away from a good mood!
- Obsessed is a word the lazy use to describe the dedicated
- I've never regretted a workout
- You know your limit, and this is NOT it!
Hopefully making these a mantra will get me out the door.