It’s noon on Saturday and I am still in my pajamas. To be fair, I have done things this morning…just in the comfort of my PJs! It’s gray and gross outside so I have no problem with my leisurely morning! 😛
I woke up at 6 a.m. and was wide awake. I considered going to super flow at 7:30 a.m. but willed myself back to sleep until 8:30 instead. I have not slept in since our trip to Georgia a couple of weeks ago and I haven’t gotten eight hours of sleep all week (not good!). I think my total for last night ended up right under nine hours and I’m feeling very rested this morning!
I owe you guys a Friday recap! I kicked if off with a hot vinyasa class at my yoga studio. This is one of my favorite classes of the week and my very favorite way to start the weekend.
Breakfast was blueberry banana oatmeal. In the mix…1/2 cup oats, 1/2 cup 1% milk, chia seeds, dried cranberries, blueberries, 1/2 banana, cinnamon and a pinch of salt. Topped with TJ’s crunchy almond butter and Crofter’s. Such a good combination. Yum!
Leftovers for lunch.
We had a fun Friday at work. One of our clients is kicking off a really cool new campaign so we had a party at the end of the day to celebrate and view all of the new work.
I passed on a martini at 4 p.m. but I did have a Fat Tire.
It was nice to enjoy Friday evening and not have to rush to the yoga studio for teacher training. Brandon and I decided to head over to Olde Mecklenburg Brewery to refill our growler and have happy hour.
Olde Meck was rocking last night! I’m so happy to see that our local brewery has really taken off. While we were there we discussed what the have for dinner and finally decided on creating Greek-inspired chicken burgers.
We kind of made these up as we went (original inspiration from Jenna’s blog) and they were delicious! I’ve posted the recipe on Bakin’ and Eggs. These are quick, easy, healthy and full of flavor. You must try! Alexia’s Sweet Potato Fries and salad on the side.
We got a French press for Christmas and have been loving it! Brandon made coffee this morning, complete with frothed milk.
And I made breakfast.
Eggs, Great Harvest Cinnachip toast (topped with real butter…mmm…), strawberries and grapes.
Finally, a cute Sullie picture to share.
When she was a puppy we trained her not to eat until we say “oink, oink.” She will literally sit there and stare at you for five minutes until you say it. This morning I mixed plain yogurt into her food (probiotics are really good for dogs too!!!) and she was so patient with me taking pictures even though she was dying to dig in!
On the agenda for today…running, vacation planning, finally filming foam rolling 101 (cross my heart!), errands and hopefully a manicure and pedicure.
Enjoy the weekend!
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