“Weight loss maintained for a while? Careful whatcha brag about as that’s precisely the time you’ll hit a road-bump and encounter a struggle.”
Of course, I blog the other day about having an awesome training week…and this week is already going less than swimmingly on the training front.
I cut Tuesday’s run from 5 to 3 because I just didn’t have it in me mentally or physically.
I slept in yesterday after going out for drinks Tuesday night. I was exhausted and told myself I’d do it at night. I got out of work late, had more work to catch up on…and didn’t run. Fail.
This morning, I apparently missed a gorgeous morning outside and ran on the treadmill in the little apartment gym in my building. Another shortened run because I woke up too late, but I got in four decent tempo miles and learned I actually do have time to run before my early meetings on Thursday–if I have to. (It’s usually my rest day.)
Work was balls-to-the-wall to try to finish as much as I could since I’m taking tomorrow off.
It’s actually in a Hilton, but has more personality than you’d expect from a restaurant in a chain hotel.
I don’t eat much red meat–which started out intentionally to lose weight and now has just sort of happened–and I’d usually be happy to get a turkey burger, but I felt like I couldn’t go to a burger joint without getting a burger, so I got their plain organic burger.
And the table split this fry sampler with regular fries, sweet potato fries and waffle fries.
Mm, condiments. There was one that had some honey, maple syrup and all of Elf’s other food groups that was ridiculously good, especially with the sweet potato fries.
I’m going to sleep so Tina and I can hop on a bus to Boston tomorrow for the Healthy Living Summit, where I’ll be speaking Saturday.
Favorite burger? (Also, how do you order your burgers? I usually go for medium.) And are you going to HLS?