I know I’m not the only one who has lost their blogging mojo lately and chosen to live life for what it is vs. writing about it. I keep reading about others just like me and then I don’t feel so bad. Don’t get me wrong, I love blogging, it’s only that I am sometimes too tired to do it and choose to do other things.
So today will be a short post because I don’t have a ton to say and because I guess I’d rather read blogs lately than write my own.
I had physical therapy yesterday and it went well. I have to pick up cotton balls with my toes, so that’s interesting. It will strengthen the muscles in my foot. I also learned one new to me exercise and I got the ok to bike at the gym and do the elliptical if it’s not painful. I was so excited to get some cardio in so I biked after my therapy and it felt great. The good news is that my ankle is no longer experiencing a dull aching pain like it did on Sunday night, which made it very hard to fall asleep.
I had this delicious tofu scramble for lunch and it tasted just like eggs. I would buy this again and it would have been the perfect thing for breakfast instead of lunch. I paired it with some broccoli and red peppers and an Oikos Key Lime greek yogurt.
I lay my outfits out the night before so I can act quickly in the morning. After seeing a co-worker post something about wearing red today for equal pay day on Facebook, I realized my shirt had to go from a planned turquoise one to a red one.
Can you believe that women are paid less than men and it’s 2012? Come on society, be a little more forward thinking. It’s a topic that has always gotten me going ever since I heard that women were paid less and I couldn’t quite wrap my head around why or how. Like my husband said tonight, this isn’t the 1800’s. Even then, it wouldn’t have been ok.
And like the guys I was eavesdropping on tonight said, “women are stupid for not asking for more money. They do all the work anyway.” 🙂
I was hungry after meditating tonight and couldn’t quite figure out what I wanted for dinner. I looked through the pantry, fridge and freezer and nothing looked appetizing. So, my husband got Taco Bell and I got vegetarian sushi at the grocery store. We needed a few food items there anyway and sushi was really the only thing that sounded good (besides Indian food and I am convinced someone could make a ton of money by opening up an Indian “fast” food joint).
Dessert was a blood orange Chobani while watching a PBS Secrets of the Dead episode about the Lost City of Z and Colonel Fawcett. We’re history nerds, so if his story doesn’t sound familiar, don’t feel too bad.
Time to check out some of your lovely blogs and then get to bed early. Craig and I are both really tired today.