So, I was still pretty off-plan this last week although I did make some better choices, such as taking advantage of Panera's Rapid Pick Up service - I'd order a customized salad on the app and schedule it to be ready when I dropped my husband off and there was my lunch! It's been hard finding and keeping decent salads/mixes at home lately....
Up a bit this week - understandable as there's not been a lot of walking and not getting all my water in most days either.
My coach and I finally reconnected this week; it feels like it's been forever since we've talked! And she was kind of sly in putting in the, "You don't think you can make yourself a priority?" in the conversation. And she's right. My biggest issue, I thought, was that I don't like a lot of vegetables. So we agreed that veggies would be my focus this week. So I took out my Profile guide out and wrote down a list of veggies I like, veggies that I'm "meh" about, and veggies I'd like to try. It's a bit of a long list! But Friday, as we were at the grocery store getting things together for a Father's Day picnic, I realized what is probably more of the problem. I wanted to make rollups instead of sandwiches for myself and for that I needed romaine lettuce. Granted, we only went to that big box store we all know and dislike, and so that might have been part of it. But of the 7 or 8 packages of romaine, all had brown tips, bug holes, and slimy spots (and 1 ladybug!). So I'm wondering if it's more of a "I like veggies but can't find decent produce!" thing? So I'm busily pinning recipes (and if you have any suggestions, please post them below!) and what I might do is make a "master list" to take to the Farmer's Market Tuesday night. Then for at least a few days I can have good veggies and may have to figure out leftovers and frozen or tricks (like spinach in the strawberry shake!) for the rest of the week.
So goals this week are to get strength training in 3 days a week, bike with my husband 2-3 days a week, meet up at PF 1 day a week, and walk on all my breaks!
On the Skoolie front, they got the flooring in! We went with a hardwood laminate and then opted to lay it sideways instead of length-wise and we're all pretty tickled with it!
My little Ukulele loom came in from Windhaven Fiber Tools last Friday!! I'm still waiting on the Accordian loom, but this little guy is such fun!! Dad made the jig for me once I determined the best length heddle to make and hopefully the piece of scrap wood we selected is long enough for the Accordian heddles too - but if not, we can always find more scrap wood!! Then I'll get corks to put over the tops of the nails to prevent hurting anyone accidentally!
And last night I was working on this:
So I've definitely been having fun with that! There's some fun tablet weaving patterns I want to try but I'm afraid that unless I made 1-inch tablets/cards, it's not at all feasible with this little guy! (Doesn't mean I won't try later on!) But there are some lovely patterns out there and I've got plenty to play with!
Until next time!