I’m still trying to get used to saying keen-wah and not quin-o-a. My Mum keeps ‘correcting’ me the wrong way too which is funny! I keep telling her but she won’t listen 🙂
Shreddies, cheerios, cinnamon thingies, banana and skimmed milk.
Salad of lettuce, cucumber, red pepper and cashews. Toffee yoghurt.
I really enjoyed this, and have plenty in the fridge for lunch tomorrow!
I may keep it for my evening meal and stir-fry it with some chicken, we’ll see 🙂
Strawberry Fro-yo 🙂 I love this stuff. It doesn’t make up for the envy I feel when my fave American bloggers go to fro-yo shops, but it is good!
I don’t have a broken foot
So today I met a friend of mine who has been doing great at getting to the gym and is making an effort to lose some weight. She’s been pretty overweight for some time and has been doing well. She’s going to Uni in September to study a really intensive course so she wanted to be physically strong and healthy. But she’s broken her foot. As it’s in a cast she can’t even swim! I feel so bad for her. She really is more bothered about how it’s hindered her progress, than about the pain or discomfort.
Lately I have been struggling to get to the gym. I keep making plans to go and making silly excuses or just choosing not to go on the day. It’s not good enough, I will not lose any more weight if I don’t do something active! So tonight I’ve been thinking, ‘I don’t have a broken foot’, and, ‘I am paying £30 a month on a gym membership’ I have no real excuse. The other way to look at it is: Exercise today because tomorrow you might have a broken foot.
What thoughts get you out for your workout?