I will let you all know how that goes, but for now, a little bit of what has been going on this week!
1. Boston Organics: If you have heard of CSAs or crop sharing programs, this is not exactly one of those, but rather a delivery organic produce service. I can choose to receive a box of either global or locally sourced produce in the form of all veggies, all fruits, 50/50 freggies, 40/60 freggies - all organic.
|my 50/50 organic freggies box|
2. Days at Home...are pretty boring to be honest. I know I have mentioned how in a funk I have been and feeling depressed. I am a very extroverted person, so to sit at home solo without much human interaction, first sends me anxious and then into a quiet depressive mood. I get to be always tired, sluggish and unmotivated. But this week I have vowed to turn that around, and I have been making a lot progress! To take advantage of the nicer weather (70s two days in a row!) this week, I decided to take my inbox and lunch outside on Tuesday.
|Loving the natural lighting!!|
|red curry lentils and quinoa w/ some bubbly water and lettuce cups on the side! Yum!|
No Meat? Oh yeah...I was supposed to be doing a No Meat March, huh? Well I am happy to say that I stopped cheating on Monday, and I have been No Meat since...I attended a fundraiser and food show this weekend, both were full of delicious foods and several meat options. The meat options were so appetizing and the events were once in a lifetime (or in a long while) so I made the conscious decision to cheat on my No Meat March - then I was feeling horrible Sunday and Tripp got sesame chicken take out, and I cheated again...fully aware I was cheating.
I honestly felt horrible on Monday - too much alcohol, too much food, too little sleep, and a heavy heart that I couldn't stay dedicated to my current meatless challenge. I decided on Monday to work on cleaning my diet back up (and with the exception of some irish drinking indulgences on Sunday), including alcohol, meat intake, the works...
It has been noted on here, so I have to do it...right? :) If not, I will undoubtedly feel horrible again, because I am not letting myself down, but I am being untruthful to you guys if I keep cheating.
I am off to shower and get dressed for a fun (thoughtful) night out with some great girls, before the sears guys come to change out our washer and dryer in a little bit!
Are you (or have you already) running a St. Patty's Day race? How long? Are you dressing up?
Do you eat lunch outside when the weather is nice?
It is such a great dose of Vitamin D and I need to remember to do it more!
Do you get a CSA or produce delivery service?