I fell off the exercise wagon while in Puerto Rico – our villa’s location was just not conducive to running outdoors – so I woke up raring to go today! Too bad the weather didn’t want to cooperate. It poured nearly all morning.
I don’t mind running in the rain, but man – I hate starting in the rain. So I waited for a break in the drizzle, put my work aside, and headed out. I did 3.0 wonderful miles. Didn’t time it or wear my Garmin, but I think I was pretty fast.
More than anything, I was just proud of myself for finally getting back out there. It’s always hard to start back up after a break (I ended up taking eight days off formal exercise); but really, the hardest part is simple getting started. Once you do, it’s not so bad!
And for breakfast, I brought a little bit of Puerto Rico home with me…
Remember this epic breakfast waffle? I knew right away that I had to recreate the taste at home. Instead of a waffle, I used Udi’s bread and topped it with goat cheese, sliced tomatoes, and a little dab of pesto. Oh yeah.
Healthy Tipping Point was nominated for SHAPE magazine’s Favorite Healthy Living Blog. I would love YOUR vote to win the title – and it’s super easy to vote (just the click of a button)! I love writing HTP and really, really appreciate this honor. You can vote here!
Peter Hollens (here’s the funny story of how we ‘met’) has an AMAZING new video. I know many of you are also fans of Peter, but if you haven’t already seen his rendition of Moves like Jagger – you must!