I bet you never thought you’d hear the word HEALTHY here.
But this has been a healthy week.
On Wednesday, my work sponsored a potluck lunch:
I made Broccoli Slaw Salad and I won for “Best Use of a Super Food.”
It was a great idea. I tasted some great (healthy) food and got some new recipes (which I may or may not use.) Two of my favorites were Tomato Soup Cake and Veggie Pasta Toss (which also had broccoli slaw in it.)
(Truthfully, I don’t have time to cook 😦 and I just won a FREE week of the Standard Fruit & Vegetable Subscription from FieldGoods)
Anyway, here’s my recipe if you are interested:
- 1 package broccoli slaw mix
- 2 packages chicken flavored ramen noodles (crushed)
- 1 bunch green onions, chopped
- 1 cup unsalted peanuts
- 1 cup sunflower seeds
- ½ cup white sugar
- ¼ cup vegetable oil
- 1/3 cup vinegar
- optional – dried cranberries
- Combine in a large bowl slaw, noodles, green onions.
- Whisk together sugar, oil, vinegar, ramen seasoning packets.
- Pour mixture over salad and toss.
- Add peanuts, sunflower seeds (& cranberries)
This week also I was selected as a Sweat Pink Ambassador (SPA) from fitapproach.com.
Here is their mission:
We believe that kicking ass is best done in pretty shoes. We’ve learned that real women sweat, and sweat hard. We know that assertiveness, strength, and ambition are the ultimate feminine qualities. We concede that sometimes it takes hours to get ready, but we’re also no strangers to just rolling out of bed and going. We’re convinced that we run faster in pink shoelaces. We believe in pushing ourselves, and we believe in giving ourselves a break, too. We’re all about the rush of endorphins and the thrill of the challenge. We’re all for looking great and feeling even better. We’re committed to finding our best fit, and making it stick…
That convinced me (and that I wear pink often to run.)
If you are interested too (and like pink shoelaces), check out their website and apply.
Now about my running this week…
Sun – no running but biked
Mon – no running but played tennis
Tues – no running but walked around NYC
Wed – ran 3 miles and walked around the mall
Thurs – no running but walked at lunch
Friday – no running but will walk at lunch
5 days of NO RUNNING and I am NOT INJURED. WTH?
I wonder how that will affect my race tomorrow!!!
Happy Running! Do you eat healthy? Do you ever get sidetracked and skip running?