Thursday, January 26, 2006

The World's Healthiest Foods

After a delicious lunch of cottage cheese and jasmine rice, I found this: The World's Healthiest Foods: Feeling Great. I am DEFINITELY believing that what we eat on one day effects the way our bodies feel the next day. Yesterday started out well enough, but somehow it got way off track. Dinner consisted of shell steak (over arugula...which did not cancel out the steak by any means). But things went really off course when I hit the Hershey's Kissables. A, they don't compare to M&M's. B, I felt like CRAP this morning.

I taught a nice Ashtanga-based vinyasa class (at the request of my students), and then I sat there and tried to figure out if I could/should take Erika's Half Primary Led class.

If my life were a comic strip, here is the thought bubble you would see:

"Hmmm....this would be my sixth day of practice in a row....hmmmm.....thinking....tomorrow I would really like to practice because I don't want to get into the habit of practicing on Saturdays, and Sunday is a moonday....hmmmm...and what are the odds that I will be able to get my ass to practice tomorrow if I practice today?....could do a Bikram class...yeah....I COULD...but I won't....Lewis needs some attention....but I love Erika's class...but I can't even touch my toes....but I could do Sun Sals and then stop...STOP!!!!....I'm going home and eating lunch...."

And there you have it. I am going to take Lewis to Central Park now.


1 comment:

kikapu said...

Hi Lauren,

I'm glad I could satisfy your curiosity as to who your mystery Swedish reader is - or at least, one of them! Nice to see you enjoyed your stay in our country - do you still remember any Swedish words? :-)


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