Hey bloggies! I was so glad to read that a lot of you eat like crazy when you're tired as well - it made me feel way less guilty about stuffing my silly little face all day - You guys rock!
For breakfast today, I made some of Beth's Chiacakes!
Topped with blueberry syrup I made by nuking frozen blueberries and syrup together in the microwave. These were so good and so filling! I thought I would be able to taste the chia seeds, but I definitely couldn't. I would advise anyone to make these for a quick yummy breakfast soon!
For the rest of my eats today, I plan on making the jicama I bought over the weekend! Has anyone ever had this veggie before? I decided to make it into little jicama fries so you'll be hearing how that turns out later today. Oh yeahhhh.
I've decided I am going to do the 5k this Saturday - friends or no friends! I figure I'm pretty bomb at making new friends anyway, so why not go if I want to? Thanks for giving me the encouragement I needed my little blog loves!
Oh and remember how I said I only have a week left of the Whittle My Middle Challenge? Well, now I'm thinking of setting a new challenge for myself. The Beach Booty Challenge!! I'm going to be posting more information soon, but it's going to be along the same guidelines as the WMMC. If anyone wants to join along with me, I'm thinking of having a giveaway at the end for all participants! Booty for your booty, if you know what I'm saying. What do you think? Anyone interested?
Okay before I go, I have something to rant about so stay with me. I'd say it's pretty well known that actors and actresses will devote hours of their time every day to get in shape for an upcoming role. Realistically speaking, if you work a full time job, go to school, take care of a family and still have some kind of social life, it's pretty much impossible to set aside daily three hour chunks to hit the gym. Even if it wasn't, I'm not exactly sure working out that much regularly would be good for you. But this is the kind of thing actors have to do and when it's basically your job to be fit, time isn't really an issue. I can get that. So when you're done with that movie, I can totally understand why you stop exercising as hard. Apparently, however, Demi Moore doesn't.
According to an interview in British Magazine GMTV, Ashton Kutcher said:
"Unfortunately... I kinda wish that I hadn't (let her see the movie) because now she expects (my body) to look like that and it doesn't. You can't maintain that. That's not possible. I disappoint her every evening. I walk in to get ready to go to bed and she's just, 'Oh'. She's like, 'You know what that's capable of, you're not living up to your potential'."
Now, I'm not one to believe everything I read, but if this interview wasn't taken out of context, I'm seriously disappointed in Demi Moore. To project unrealistic goals on someone else is so wrong. And kinda selfish in my opinion. On the other hand, I'm truly psyched that Ashton Kutcher has enough self-confidence and realism to know that his movie body wasn't something he could keep up. What do you guys think? I'd love to hear differing views on this. You can read the full (albeit short) article here.
Well I'm off to run about a billion errands - stay classy guys!