Monday, August 13

430a-2 fr eggs, 1.5 sl bacon, .5c sauerkraut, c reg w/ T coconut milk, supps
6a-c reg w/ T coconut milk
630a-taught class (warm-up & a few static squat holds only)
730a-can Zevia
830a-2c reg
10a-packet Sunbutter, 2c decaf w/ stevia
11a-.5oz almonds
12p-30min mobility session
130p-can tuna w 2T mustard, roasted vegetables, oz almonds*, can coconut LaCroix, supps
530p-salad w/ half avocado & balsamic & bit of salsa verde
7p-coco micro cake, supps
Throughout day-2 quarts water

*You know what sucks? Picking ONLY almonds out of a giant jar of mixed nuts; ignoring cashews and walnuts is sad-making. That will teach me to grab the right food containers in the morning!

Sleep: In bed 7.5 hours, 9-430a. A bit to fall asleep, solid once I did, but woke around 4 and couldn't fall back.

Body: Actually felt pretty good. Just a touch of aches in lower body in AM. Was planning a noon run with Lisa, but on 10am trip to SN, top/outer front of right shin felt off - so I canceled. Did shit ton of mobility instead. After that, bit of weirdness in left glute, hip flexors acted up, everything just woke up to complain, I guess. Annoying!

Brain: Monday "clean slate" happiness both in personal life & work. Diet Summary post updated, with numbers better than expected.

Found a sweet (that's sarcasm) $1000 error that I made in the LAPW budget. Luckily we have an extra $1000 budgeted than we thought, but it's not exactly fun to confess that my first major duty as Treasurer had a big error. Ugh.

Found a couple very nice houses for sale between Osakis & Alex. Either one would be awesome. Either one would cost $1000 more per month than what we pay now. Ouch. Probably doable, if I cut out all retirement savings and fun...probably not worth it. Just guessing. On the other hand, likely quick weight loss due to forced fasting.

Just kidding. I think.

Quote:
You can’t cram for the final. By that, I mean you’re not going to get any fitter during the last couple of weeks before the race. So don’t try cramming any last minute long runs or extra training. The best thing you can do for your body is rest.
-Gordon Bakoulis Bloch

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