Hi, friends. It’s been such a long week, but tomorrow is finally Friday!
This morning, I didn’t get to sleep in like I usually do on non-class days, because I was meeting with my group to work on our project we’re presenting tomorrow. The meeting went well, and we’re feeling pretty confident about the presentation.
I took a TLC bar just in case I got overly hungry for breakfast, but I ended up getting back to the room in time to make a real breakfast.
I scrambled an egg with a wedge of LC cheese, then smooshed it all into a toasted pita. This was so good and I realized I need to make eggs more often! [Speaking of Laughing Cow cheese, Hungry Girl sent out a great email with tips and tricks on how to utilize it today. Click here to view it.]
For lunch, I had leftover Chicken and Veggies Casserole again. It’s a good thing I really like this casserole, because I’ve got probably 4 servings left.
For dinner, I just couldn’t stand to have more leftovers, so I made up this quick Udon noodle soup mix I got at the Super H Market the other weekend.
This soup was pretty good, but I don’t think I’d buy it again. It’s a little too salty, and that’s saying a lot coming from a girl who could practically put salt on anything. I ate about half of it, since it’s supposed to be 2.5 servings.
I didn’t make it to the gym today. Mostly because I only had 3 pairs of socks at school, but I know that’s not much of an excuse, and I’ll be bringing the rest of my socks from home this weekend.
This got me thinking about how often I’ll be able to exercise while at school. I think I’ll aim for for 4 days a week for an hour, but is that enough? How many days a week do you exercise and for how long? I’ve heard so many different recommendations on how many days a week/how long I should exercise, so I’m curious what works best for you all.
I’ve got to get back to making my note cards for the presentation tomorrow (I’m not good at coming up with stuff to say at the last minute!). I’m mostly focusing on No Child Left Behind. This has got me thinking, does anyone besides teachers really know/care about the No Child Left Behind Act? Well, I’d better get back to it. Have a great night!