A Long Walk and Eating at Home

October 10, 2016

We didn’t do a whole lot yesterday. Honestly, our trip was one of those that you come home from feeling a bit wiped out from. We were both asleep by 10:00 on Saturday night and slept until almost 8:00 am Sunday morning!

The rest of the day was mostly spent on the couch watching football and that crazy debate. I missed my pups, so I snuggled with them a lot.

I did get out for a long walk with a friend. It was about a 5 mile walk and it was beautiful outside!


When I got home, I was ready for the couch again.

I never even made it to the grocery store, which must happen today! Since I almost always have some sort of cooked meat in the freezer, I figured out meals for the day.

We ate well yesterday, and we ate all of our meals at home. I did not measure or count points. It just felt good to eat good.

I drank a ton of water!

I am out the door to Yoga!

Here are yesterday’s eats…


1/2 Serving of Oatmeal bulked up with Warm Cinnamon Apples and Walnuts, Scrambled Egg Whites and an Egg with cooked Pork Sausage (that I had in the freezer) topped with some Avocado.




I wanted a Quinoa Salad that I recently had at a friends, but I didn’t have all of the ingredients and I wanted it to be a full meal, so I cooked up some Quinoa, then just started adding some of the ingredients from the salad, and then a few ingredients of my own.

Quinoa, Cranberries, Toasted Pecans, Olive Oil, Orange Juice, Rotisserie Chicken (I had some in the freezer), diced apple and a drizzle of Cranberry Walnut Balsamic Vinegar. Yummy!




We ate dinner much earlier than usual, and at 8:30 we were both hungry.

I microwaved a Sweet Potato and heated up some Pulled Pork that I had in the freezer. Made a pretty good snack!


These are my 2016 Goals
Make time each week to Meal Plan
Drink 100 ounces of water each day
Exercise 5 days a week
Three Meals and One Snack, Daily


โ€œlove the life you live, live the life you love”



2 responses to A Long Walk and Eating at Home

  1. julesfarm@yahoo.com October 10, 2016 at 5:18 pm

    It felt good to just keep on a walking!

    I really like that saying too. ๐Ÿ™‚

  2. A five mile walk after 100 mile walk in New York sounds pretty good to me.
    Like the saying today.