My dinner on Saturday night - natural sausages roasted in the oven, organic green peas, and a yellow cauliflower mash with curry-type spices:
No picture, but my dinner on Sunday was grass-fed beef burgers in a lettuce "bun" with sweet potato wedges, raw tomato and pickles!
Breakfasts and lunches were on point, as well. I did eat a little too much chocolate on Saturday after field work because I realllllly wanted it. It was a purposeful choice, I own it!
Anyway, on to my amazing outfit.
We went to the local pine bush preserve for a hike - I thought it was going to rain because the forecast said it would (but it turned out to be the MOST PERFECT 75 degree, sunny, amazingly beautiful day I've ever experienced). So, I wore galoshes, sweatpants and a hoodie... it's a flat-ish hike that I've done a million times, so I don't usually bother with all of my actual hiking gear.
I ended up rolling my sweatpants up because it was too hot, and showing off my men's "ride the pony" mustang t-shirt. I looked ridiculous:
But, you don't need to LOOK athletic or like you know what you are doing to get a great workout. I spent most of my "workout" career looking like a crazy shlub. Only in the last few years have I built up a cool athletic wardrobe, and that is ONLY because when you hike in the elements (cold, rain, whatever), you really do need good, expensive gear to wick away your sweat, keep you warm and dry, etc.
But for running in the city, walking the dog, doing push ups in my house, etc... I look like a hot mess :D
Some pictures from the hike. I really, really love this place:
Alright - off for another busy Monday: meeting with the statistics guy in my department for help, lecturing, prepping powerpoints, walking the dog, taking the dog to the vet, then working on maps for my report!