Sunday, December 13, 2009

All Business

It's Sunday night and I actually have something to show for it!  I started out with 4 papers, 2 PowerPoint Presentations, and a partridge in a pear tree on my To Do list for my MBA program.  I'm down to only one of each left on my list, so I'm feeling surprisingly productive and accomplished.  I was all academic all weekend long, so I'm all about synergy, workplace diversity, and the four frames of management.  Do you follow me? 

Now let's get down to bus-nast:

There were more Espresso Brownies made from my last post and they were quickly consumed.  I went from no interest to having full shareholder investment in them.  They served as the perfect breakfast dessert, plus they were mini, so the calories didn't count.
Real breakfast included my apple crisp adapted from Mama Pea but highly de-veganized with the addition of plain yogurt:

While I sat on my arse and synergized with the couch while writing about global workforce diversity, I sent hubby on a shopping trip.  He came back with the essentials:

  • Trader Joe's Whole Grain English Muffins
  • Pound Plus of dark chocolate 
  • Milton's multi-grain bread
  • Dry roasted unsalted almonds
He also went to Costco and came back with one of his essentials:

It's crab season and this little friend with his irresistible price tag begged to come home.  (Sorry vegans and vegetarians if you are reading).  I have no interest in crab, so it's all for him to enjoy!
Other essentials included more fruit and veggies:

The pineapple and a couple of the apples have already been pulverized into juice form, but the rest of the apples and persimmons have been monopolized by me!
I was also able to make some panko breaded chicken and roasted up a bunch of veggies.  Can you guess what they were?  Hint: the house smells like sweat socks and I'm deliriously happy!

In other news, I have gotten 2 workouts this weekend, serving as perfect study breaks.  I got in some runs and I'm still sticking with the leg workouts even though I have been extremely sore for the last week.  Diminishing returns, people.  I am hoping that I get more used to it as I stick with it.  I faced my nemesis today:

Last week I waddled like a duck because of it.   Let's hope it's better this week! 
I'm home now and getting ready for bed.  I evaluated my resources and I already have my breakfast cookie a la Fitnessista ready for manana:

Everything tastes better in star form!
Hope you had a great weekend and are ready for another week of excitement!  This is my last week of the quarter until Winter vacation!  Woot woot!

9 comments:

findinghappinessandhealth said...

that star bowl is adorable!! & hope you aren't too sore from that machine..that sounds brutal! & yay for being productive :) have a good monday!

xoxo
shelley

Abby (Abbys Vegan Eats) said...

Lovin that star bowl.. pretty fruit to!! Hope that machine didnt kill ya.. I def would not be able to walk after using it.. lol.

Enjoy your Monday!! :)

Mom on the Run said...

Wow...You had a great busy weekend.

I love the star bowls as well. I agree everything taste better in a theme bowl.

Not a fan of crab either but my husband would have done the same thing.

*Naomi* said...

is the nemesis machine the hamstring curl? Be sure to STRETCH after! my ham's get super tight so I always make sure to do active stretching, feel free to email me if you awnt to talk more about it!

pretty star bowl!!!
enjoy your day girl :)

Mari said...

I heart that starfish bowl too cute!

yums I could go for some crab, me and the hubby would be great friends lol

you had a very productive weekend lol

Beth @ DiningAndDishing said...

I am impressed with that crab!! I think I would enjoy eating that very much!!

Jolene - EverydayFoodie said...

Mmmmm, crab!!!

Cute star bowl - very festive!

Simply Life said...

i've never had espresso brownies before but they sound and look great!

ktbwood said...

LOVE your star bowl girl!! ANYTHING tastes better in stars or hearts :) that machine is the death of me!