Korean cuisine🥢 Mushrooms, feta cheese and pasta with spinach 🍜
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My daughter was off school today and we had a jam-packed schedule, until we just got home a little while ago. Play date, chiropractor and then haircuts for both of us! I almost stopped for fast food on the way home but instead I came home and heated a bowl of the spicy cheese soup I made yesterday and added some leftover diced chicken breast. It was even better today! This is just 4sp and pretty filling. .
Weigh-in was today and I was down 2.6! I’m into a new decade and feeling good ☺️. I honestly credit a chunk of this loss to the StepBet I started, because I’ve gotten SO many more steps this week than the last several weeks. I’ll have to get creative the next few days to hit my goals since my kids will be home and my hubby won’t 🤔🚶🏼♀️ It’s totally doable though.
I’ve had a diet break this week and today I began to feel really guilty. For the last week I’ve eaten and drank exactly what I wanted and enjoyed every minute of it but for the first time today I felt guilt for “ruining all my hard work”. But then I remembered why I work hard in the gym and eat nutritious food; not just to look a certain way but for overall health so I CAN enjoy those special moments with the people I love. I had an amazing time in Rome and there’s no way I would ever have gone and not enjoyed the beautiful food and wine!! But this little limbo bit between holiday and going back to work is weird; I still want to eat holiday food and enjoy my time off but am craving a bit of routine at the same time. I always stay pretty active by walking my dog and riding my horses but haven’t been back to the gym yet and I actually think it’s done me good to have a little break. I’m going to enjoy the weekend and eat some more lovely food with lovely people before getting back to a bit of routine on Monday when I will go back to the gym and tracking my food. I’m off to Spain in 6 weeks for a bit of spring sunshine with my mum so am looking forward to seeing how much more progress I can make from now till then 💪 it works well for me to have little milestones to work towards. But for tonight I’m going to enjoy a g&t and homemade burgers on the sofa with my boyfriend and the pooch 💗
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Love Is Blind.. Have u ever dined in the dark? I mean pitch black… We did!!!!!! A pleasant surprise was that we were allowed to get in touch with our other senses (not sight) by first being led to play a game blindfolded (sheer fun)… I won’t give away too much to ruin the fun!
Before long we were being led away from the light and into a pitch black room by a legally blind waiter (who was friendly, spoke English, witty and accommodating) to devour a prix fixe menu (at the time of our visit we had a choice of three menus). Points to note
• Use the restroom before being led to the dining area
• No phones or reflective clothing or accessories are allowed
• A locker is provided free of cost for all valuables (phones etc) that is monitored by a camera
• Be prepared to have your palate stimulated and your other senses awakened
El amor es ciego … ¿Alguna vez has cenado en la oscuridad? Me refiero a un tono negro ... ¡Lo hicimos!
Una agradable sorpresa fue que nos permitieron estar en contacto con nuestros otros sentidos (no con la vista) al ser guiados a jugar un juego con los ojos vendados (pura diversión) ... ¡No voy a ceder demasiado para arruinar la diversión.
En poco tiempo, un camarero legalmente ciego (que era amable, hablaba inglés, ingenioso y complaciente) nos conducía lejos de la luz y nos llevaba a una habitación totalmente oscura para devorar un menú fijo (en el momento de nuestra visita, teníamos una opción) de tres menús). Puntos a tener en cuenta
• Use el baño antes de ser conducido al comedor
• No se permiten teléfonos ni ropa o accesorios reflectantes
• Se proporciona un casillero sin costo para todos los objetos de valor (teléfonos,etc.) que son monitoreados por una cámara.
• Prepárese para que estimulen su paladar y despierten sus otros sentidos