I spent the afternoon working on my latest freelance article, which is on “amazing” dorm rooms – either very luxurious dorms or environmentally-friendly dorms. It’s a really fun article to write and interview people for – I think I interviewed a dozen students and college reps today!
The dorms I lived in my freshman year of college were neither luxurious or green, but they were freaking awesome! :) I lived in Tower A at the University of Pittsburgh on the 16th floor.
(Note: picture is from 2007. I lived in those dorms in 2002!)
Snacked on cereal around 6 PM:
And I just ate this fabulous dinner:
I made a two egg, cheese, and roasted potato breakfast wrap. I shaked in some ketchup and hot sauce, too!
One question I get asked all the time if how I feel about eating eggs. I answered this question back on this post: “Are All Vegetarians Hypocrites?” The comments are really interesting to read! Basically, I try to buy the friendliest eggs I can (organic, free roam) because I simply cannot be vegan – it’s just not in me. Eggs are a really cheap, quick protein option for me that I’m not ready to give up. It’s not ideal, but it works for me.
I also had a side of asparagus and corn on the corn.
Off to watch the Olympics and get to bed on time! Tomorrow is going to be a busy day… I’ve got to take Maggie to the vet (she’s sick), go on a trail run with Kelly, and work on my article.
What’s one “ethical” or “environmentally-friendly” change you’ve made in your diet or lifestyle lately? The Husband and I have gotten really good at remembering to bring shopping bags to the grocery store! It’s small, but it’s something!
I’ve been in those dorms before! 😀
I bring shopping bags to the grocery store, too! Other than that…I can’t really think of much else, besides buying local produce.