Heat?! What heat? Team Quincy is totally cool!
I’m so glad that I woke up early to run with Back on My Feet this morning. I missed my friends! It was also nice to see some new faces in the group!
I ran two miles with BOMF and then did two miles on my own at home. When I returned from my run, I made myself an iced coffee with soy milk and vanilla protein powder to drink while I walked Murphy. Iced coffee + pug walk = fabulous.
For breakfast, I whipped up some scrambled eggs with Garlic Gold and nutritional yeast, which is such an awesome flavor combination. So yum. I also ate a banana with breakfast.
Last Night’s Dinner
Our anniversary celebration continued into the evening with cocktails and relaxing outside in our new chairs.
I made myself a “special” Arnold Palmer to enjoy!
For dinner, I cooked some Mushroom & Herb Risotto and added some chunks of chicken breast to it. It was simple, yet delicious. The TJ’s Mushroom & Herb Risotto was really good”” I’d definitely buy it again!
After dinner, Mal and I decided that we wanted something sweet to eat, so we baked some Cutout Sugar Cookies from Mama Pea’s new cookbook, which I am absolutely loving. There are so many amazing recipes in it!
The cookies turned out great! The frosting was especially easy to make and so, so, so delicious, which, of course, is probably trouble for me!
Feel Great Weight
The dog days of summer are upon us, but you don’t have to put your workout routine on the back burner just because it feels too hot to exercise.
Instead of using the heat as another excuse to skip my workout, I get creative with my summertime activities so I can keep up with my fitness goals. Here are 12 ideas you can try: 12 Ways to Stay Active When It’s Too Hot to Workout!
Question of the Day
What do you do when it’s too hot to workout? Do you find yourself skipping workouts more often in the summer than other times of year?