I’m not a big soup person. However, it is a nice quick meal and last night, I didn’t feel like eating much except for the Amy’s lentil vegetable soup I picked up at the store over the weekend.
The flavor of the vegetables was reminiscent of other Amy’s products. The soup didn’t taste salty and the veggies tasted fresh. I’d buy it again.
I had half of it for dinner last night and half for lunch today. I dipped a Wasa cracker in it and also added some monterey jack cheese, which was a great addition.
My afternoon snack was a blood orange Chobani. Thanks for all of your giveaway entries so far! I knew my readers would love Chobani as much as I do! If you haven’t entered, remember that you have until Friday.
I spent some of my day contemplating my career. This article entitled “Advocates for good eating habits” was in the paper yesterday that really made me think I ought to go back to school to become a Registered Dietitian. It has stability and I need that in my career right now because I am not getting it from my current field.
I’ll end with this quote, which is along the lines of how I’ve been thinking lately. I agree, but I can’t help but get very excited when I think about going back to school to formally learn about nutrition.
“For many people a job is more than an income – it’s an important part of who we are. So a career transition of any sort is one of the most unsettling experiences you can face in your life.”-Paul Clitheroe
Do you like your job? If not, why?