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Day #4

I really think I need a 11-7p.m. or 12-8p.m. job.  I enjoy eating breakfast/brunch between 10 and 11a.m..  I don't know about you, but I LOVE leftovers. Even when I lived alone, I cooked enough for 4-5 people and ate leftovers in various combinations!

So goes today's brunch.  Leftover garlic/cheese sausage and peppers from last night's dinner plus 2 of the hardboiled eggs I made last night.  Don't the yolks of these eggs look like sunshine? I added a side salad of organic greens with cottage cheese, pineapple and black olives.  It's good to have a small amount of organic greens at each meal.  When I was getting certified as a Personal Trainer I remember learning to suggest to clients that they eat a handful of organic greens 3-5 times a day for 2 weeks before they started an exercise program.  When exercising after a sedentary period in your life you will release stored toxins, especially in the joint areas and can get flu like symptoms. I had a few clients who had to stop exercising for a short period because of all the toxins that were released. Eating the organic greens will release chlorophyl and you can decrease the amount of ill effects of the toxins. Fresh pineapple is also a natural anti-inflammatory.  After working out it is good to have some fresh pineapple and some clean protein such as tuna. I love Chobani yogurt and I chose the raspberry flavor plus a small glass of 100% organic grape juice.  That should hold me until a let afternoon snack!

Had a shrimp cocktail for lunch and a mid afternoon 7.5 oz. Pepsi! :-)

Went to Heart Rhythmz Studio and Anahata Gallery to plan our next show.  September 13 will be the Opening Reception for Hearts & Hands from 5-8.  Mark your calendar now!  Did a nice little glute and quad workout on the TransFIRMER (formerly the Fanny Lifter) and feel really good. Did a little upper body work using the resistance tubing, too. Easing back into it.

Cooked some Beef Filets on the grill seasoned with Caribbean Seasoning, topped with cocktail shrimp that I threw on the grill for a few minutes to heat up. I made a nice salad and had an ear of corn to round out the meal.  Sliced up the leftover steak for the next few days.  I feel some seafood coming on for the weekend. Hmmm I still have that Beach Plum Gift Card from my birthday! 


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