Ok that’s not true. It’s actually really hard for me to break out of my routine. I have my whole food-cooking-gym thing pretty well scheduled at home. I know what I’ll eat for breakfast. I know what I’ll pack for lunch. I know what I’ll cook for dinner (depending on the night). I know what classes I want to take at the gym, what days I want to run, what days I workout with my workout buddy. However, at home, it’s all shaken up…
My mommy was super sweet, and bought me my favorite kind of yogurt (aside from Greek yogurt, which is hands down the most amazing stuff ever.)
Yumm, carrot cake yogurt (80 calories and 12 grams of protein? All for 44 cents a cup? Yes please.) I like to add some shredded unsweetened coconut when I’m feeling crrrazy.
My mom also bought me Vitatops, because she loves me. Hehe. But I don’t have my vitamix, which means my go-to breakfast of frozen banana + frozen soymilk can’t happen. Instead I’ve been eating cereal, which never seems to fill me up. *sigh* I also just seem to eat so much more when I’m home. I mean, my mom always keeps things like Wheat Thins on hand, and I am a slave to those stupid little crackers… so tasty…. Anyways. It really messes with my routine. I need to learn how to be more flexible! (And not eat all the Wheat Thins…)
I also miss being able to go to the gym And since Ohio is apparently protesting spring (we got more snow last night) I can’t run outside! What’s a girl to do?!
Thankfully, I brought a trainer with me:
I did level 3 last night! Woohoo! I’m definitely sore this morning. It felt good to get in a workout, even if it had to be done in my living room… in front of my family… (“Oh, that one looks hard!” “Oh, that move would be good for skiing!” “Oh man, keep going!” Thanks, Dad…)
How do you stick to your habits when you’re routine gets shaken up? Any tips?