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Running, Cooking, and Bootcamping

Posted Mar 13 2013 2:03pm

I’m finally getting back into running a bit now that we have more daylight in the evenings. It feels so nice to get back outside in SHORTS. It also feels much safer. We’re in a great neighborhood but there’s so much traffic. I am always less worried about being hit by a car in the summer…which is why I head out in such bright colors.  Check out my really colorful, and not at all matching attire from the other night.  I think I have just about every color represented there – neon green, orange, bright blue, purple, pink and zebra print….yep.

procompression watermelon running socks

How cute are my ProCompression watermelon running socks?!

Socks by ProCompression , shorts by Brooks , jacket by FreeMotion Fitness , shoes by Mizuno  and headband by RunningSkirts .

I’m still struggling to get out of my winter workout slump. I have zero motivation lately. I’m working out but it’s a struggle to get moving. I’m hoping that when we move and switch gyms I’ll be motivated by the excitement of something new! I took the plunge and signed up for Tina’s Best Body Bootcamp and I’m so ready for it to start!  I think that having some one else plan my workouts will be extremely helpful because the decision is out of my hands.  Lately I’ve been like “Do I run, do I do a DVD… what do I do?” and I over think it and either decide to do nothing or feel like I picked wrong.

On the other hand, in the time I haven’t been working out I have been doing a lot of cooking and keeping it pretty healthy.  I’ve been stir-frying up a storm and have recently added fish tacos to the meal plan.  They’re easy but delicious and healthy recipes that anyone can make (based on the fact that I have zero cooking skills and my boyfriend continues to request that I make these dishes).

Mahi Tacos

Mahi Tacos

Chicken stir-fry

I’m going to post the recipes for both of these on Friday.  I’m always hesitant to post recipes because they’re SO. EASY. It’s almost silly to explain things that are so simple but these are both such tasty additions to our regular meal routine I feel like I should share.

Do you have any simple recipes that you make a lot?  Would you be interested in a link up for easy recipes?

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