Well look at that.
I’ve fallen off of the blogging map again. Jeez Louise. I’m sorry (pretend you missed me, alright?). Life has been a little bit crazy. Blah blah blah, you’ve heard it all before. I know.
There’s no way I could miss a What I Ate Wednesday, though! Jenn always hosts such a cool party, it would just be a sin.
I’m happy to report that my goal from last week went well. Yay! I drank more water (and oodles of tea) last week. I’m going to set the same goal this week. More water = happier me. Plus it makes me feel less tired. Necessary.
Here’s some eats from the past couple of days:
A weird new favorite of mine. This is a mahi mahi burger, topped with an incredibly loosey goosey egg. Some may think it’s a strange combo. I like it. I had this for lunch on Monday, with some carrots, edamame, watermelon, and a banana. Of course, I didn’t take pictures of the wonderfully colorful food yeesh.
Tea. All kinds of tea. This was blueberry, sipped on while I edited video at work. Oh, and that mug? It’s like the size of my head. That’s why I need two bags. I make less trips for refills that way.
I had a busy night on Monday. There was a big crisis where I live and I wanted to be on the ball with updating our work’s Twitter account throughout the evening. I was glued to my computer, and forgot about eating until 7:00 (I know … how did I DO THAT?). I quickly grilled a chicken breast, added an entire raw yellow bell pepper and some roasted red pepper/feta dressing. I’m sure it was delicious, but I ate it so fast that I don’t remember tasting it.
Then I mauled like 30 mini carrots. That happens regularly.
This happened yesterday:
Yes, that’s a lap filled with cheese. For the new TV series I’m working on, I was required to do a shoot at a local cheese factory (an incredibly cool experience, by the way). They sent my camera person and I home with five different types of gouda + two types of feta. And that is one of the many reasons why I love my job.
… I also ate a whole bunch of gouda back at the office. Gave me a tummy ache. WORTH IT.