Date night Saturday
Hello! Did you have a good weekend? I did all the things from the to-do list I mentioned in my last post except the pantry organization. I just wasn’t feeling it, so I skipped project pantry.
In other news, I am happy, things are looking much better now, just in case you wanted to know how I am doing 🙂
Yesterday the husband and I decided to have a date night at home . I decided to go with a Mexican theme and since it was intended to be a relaxed evening (read-we are lazy bums), the meal was enjoyed in front of the television on the center table…how romantic right!?
The star of our dinner was this virgin margarita, inspired by the daily juice! I don’t drink so I had to come up with something that was fun but did not involve alcohol. The contents included,
- coconut water
- orange juice
- lemon juice
- lime juice
- crushed ice
The guacamole was made from the guacamole dip creation sent to me by Foodbuzz and Tostitos as a part of the Foodbuzz tastemaker program. The guacamole definitely tasted a lot more restaurant like and it was so easy to make it.
My salad looked like this,
Haven’t talked about goals for a long time, but for the month of May I am going to be disciplined and do the following.
- I want to go to bed on time and wake up on time. I really love the feeling of waking up in a relaxed way, enjoying breakfast, soaking in mother nature in the morning and getting ready for work at ease. My life on the contrary is hurried, hurried, hurried not fun. So I am going to do my best to wake up at 6am everyday.
- Write a blog post everyday! This is something I have picked up from Gretchen Rubin at The Happiness Project. She says, do something, anything for a month and it becomes ingrained in you as a habit. That was my plan for my resolutions this year to begin with. I’ll make my posts short, structured and write daily.
Apr 30: Treadmill run @5.5 mph, distance covered-1.5 miles run.
May 1: Outside run, distance covered-1.75 miles.
Okay that was a long post. I’ll leave you with a motivational quote,
When I’d get tired and want to stop, I’d wonder what my next opponent was doing. When I could see him still working, I’d start pushing myself. When I see him in the shower, I’d push myself harder.
–Dan Gable, Olympic gold medalist in wrestling