The end of the week is here!
Brian’s cousin will be visiting this weekend, so we are excited to act like tourists right along with her as we show her all the best things Denver and the mountains have to offer. I’m also running the Boulder Rez half marathon on Sunday (anyone else out there running?), which should lead to some post race exploration of Boulder.
I hope your week was fantastic and that you have a fun weekend in store!
This is one of those meals that is in our weekly rotation quite a bit. It requires only one pan, comes together in under 30 minutes and is full of vegetables! (You could easily sub chickpeas, grains or another plant based protein if you aren’t a chicken or meat eater!)
As you know, the past few months have been filled with smoothie bowl breakfasts. This week, I decided to switch things up and enjoyed kale and spinach scrambles with a bit of banana and peanut butter on the side. Such a satisfying meal!
I pretty much followed the recipe for my Almond Crusted Chicken, but I was totally out of almond meal so I used coconut flour instead. Another easy dinner!
This week has been SO different than other weeks because the race I am training for on this Sunday. The focus of the week has been to eat so that I feel great and strong, stretch and foam roll, and rest.
Have you guys heard of this site? It is a site that is dedicated to suggesting music based on the pace you want to run at. How cool right!? In preparation for my race on Sunday, I downloaded a ton of music at my goal pace and then went out for a test run and only focused on breathing and running to the beat…and it worked! I was right at my goal pace. I highly recommend checking this site out!
That is all I have for this week 🙂 Have a wonderful weekend!
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Just discovered almond milk Lates too! Love!
They are seriously the best! 🙂
Good luck on your race on Sunday! You are going to do awesome! Can’t wait to see the pics! 😊
Thank you, Julie! 🙂
Sounds like such a great week! What’s the organization/scheduling tool called? I’ve been looking for a new one because working on 20 projects at once has me all ahhhh lately!! And LOVE your hair!! Good luck on the race on Sunday — you’ll kill it! 🙂
I just wrote out my own timeline for the day…no tools except my brain 🙂 I am finding that chunking time (like 9-12 school work, etc) really helps me dedicate time to all areas needed.
I just LOVE your hair! 🙂
Thank you, Sara! You are so sweet 🙂