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Happy Friday everyone!

So I’ve basically been living in my apartment for the past few days, only leaving for the gym or specific errands. Since I’m here all day, I have a tendency to eat snacks all day, rather than real meals… Healthy? Probably not. Conducive to studying? Yes.

Here are a few delicious things I’ve been snacking on!

  
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I keep forgetting to take a picture of this but I mix Sunwarrior vanilla protein powder with a little bit of milk, some cinnamon, stevia and canned pumpkin. It is SO GOOD. Probably why I don’t have a photo of it…

I got these roasted seaweed snacks at Trader Joe’s this weekend. I’d tried the normal kind, but when I saw Wasabi flavored ones, I had to snag them! And Whew! They were spicy! But so good and perfectly salty!

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One of my new concoctions is Chocolate Coffee. I make a normal cup of coffee, but I heat up the milk that I’m putting it and add cocoa powder and stevia to it. It’s like coffee and hot chocolate had a baby. A delicious one. Oh, and see the mini candy cane? I’m living off of those.

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Easy and seasonal Greek yogurt flavor? Cinnamon sugar. Simply add stevia and cinnamon and voila! Served with some Udi’s toast topped with peanut flour mixed with water and stevia. Geez. I use a lot of stevia…

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For “lunch” I made a giant salad. I felt the need for veggies, so I chopped up a head of romaine and added mushrooms, squash and turkey and topped it with a raspberry balsamic vinegar.

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Other snacks included more dessert plates and chopped veggies with hummus.

For my workout today, I wanted to make it quick. I’m losing time quickly and kinda freaking out about it. So I headed to the gym to pound out 6 miles (51:44) and brought my Environmental Law and Policy notes with me to read. I managed to get through all the notes by the time my six miles were over!

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However, while I was running, something really weird happened.

During my run I would randomly feel like the treadmill slowed down a bit, but the number was covered up so I didn’t really know. I thought it was just in my head. It wasn’t.

At one point it felt really obvious that it slowed down, so I lifted by papers and noticed that my treadmill kept switching speeds on its own! It totally weirded me out, so I hopped off and finished my last two miles on another treadmill.

Aaaaand, back to work!

 

Anyone have big plans for the weekend?

Have you ever been on a workout machine that went on the fritz before?



 

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