Last night, one of the frequent travelers to one of the hotels that I work at brought in a little surprise. He has been traveling to Indianapolis for months now working on this project and I got to try some before it even hit the shelves!
Sorry I can’t say what it is, but it will roll out October 1 🙂 It was a fun little way to spend one of my long days at work.
Yesterday, I was a complete slow-poke in the morning….for absolutely no reason at all. Today, I want to start things off right and get where I need to be on time without completely rushing around like a crazy person. I helped myself out a bit by preparing my breakfast last night…overnight oats that taste like banana bread!
Instead of peanut butter I put a teaspoon of homemade cashew butter…so good…and I put some frozen bananas in the mix last night. When I woke up, the bananas were all mushy, and the perfect consistency to mash around in my oat bowl.
The result was a thick, creamy, sweet, bananay bowl of goodness.
This morning I teach my cardio intervals class. I usually change the workout, but I have been keeping the same format throughout the entire summer. There are eight exercises that get completed for one minute each. During that minute, I want my class (and me!) working their little hearts out to the best of each person’s ability. We then take a quick water break, go back to the top and cut out the last exercise, so we only complete seven the second round, then six the third, five the fourth, and so on…
The class loves the format and always tells me how quickly class goes by!
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I can’t believe that it is Thursday already!! EEK! Tonight, I am team teaching a Body Pump class then I have lots to do to prepare for the weekend…wish me luck and have a great day!
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Thanks for sharing that circuit. Can’t wait to try it out 🙂
Ah, I used to work @ a hotel too and had one particular guest who would always bring me yummy treats. He was staying with us for months & working @ a local chocolate factory. Yes a chocolate factory, and he’d have the most delicious samples for me.. including a 15 lb chocolate bar!!!! yes that was my “going away” gift when I left the job.
Don’t you love the little “perks” of the job!! I bet it took a long time to finish that chocolate!
My dad had to use some sort of tool from his workshop to cut it in half (of course I didn’t keep it all to myself). I never did finish it, and ended up throwing a big chunk away. lol