Stopping by just really quick because I have some exciting news and a cool little wrap to share.
First though, I did some easy treadmill runs the past two days.
I ran 6 miles yesterday at home. Had to finish a little movie you know.
Then I taught a BOSU class at the gym.
Loving BOSU planks lately. We did both sides and regular yesterday. You plank too, yes?
Today I got on the treadmill early for 5 easy miles again. I got Parenthood on Netflix thanks to some of your recommendations last week. One full episode is the perfect amount of time.
I’ll spare you the sweaty mug pictures. They’re on instagram though it you care. Ha.
I’m doing my best to slow down today and really take the day off. Dang it’s hard, especially with a big event coming up next week that needs so many details finalized. Eeeekkk…
I think I actually did better slowing down yesterday rather than today. I ate my egg white scramble outside.
I even sipped on a café Americano while watching the boys play nicely (that isn’t always the case so I have to take advantage of those moments).
I even went to bed super early. It was glorious.
Today has been a little different, but I have some things to share.
So, a couple highlights from today. Ready?
I finally got a treadmill lined up for the STUFT 60 Challenge run next Friday. Woot! A huge thank you to Fitness Direct for coming to the rescue. Seriously, that was a much harder task than I thought. Who knew? Now I’m just as nervous as heck to run at a news station. Eeeekkk…
But, I’m so excited things are coming together.
I also have some prizes lined up for you and will announce some updates tomorrow.
Want a hint what the special something is?
And no, it’s not the roasted kabocha or the hat. Ha ha.
Okay, so a couple other things were wrapped up today too.
And then this plantain flatbread wrap was created.
I used the same ingredients in the ginormous no grain plantain cupcake but poured it on a cookie sheet lined with parchment paper to bake it instead.
The result was this pretty awesome plantain wrap.
So, well, here you go.
No Grain Plantain Flatbread Wrap
1 plantain (I like mine to be yellow with a few brown spots)
1/2 cup egg whites or 2 eggs
cinnamon or cake spice to taste
1/4 teaspoon vanilla extract (or butter and nut or almond, etc.)
Blend ingredients together.
Pour on cookie sheet lined with parchment paper.
Bake at 400 for about 18-20 minutes.
*I actually did mine in the toaster oven and cooked it 400 convection for 18 minutes and it was a bit overdone, so you may have to play with the time/temp a bit.
It went down a little like this.
It was pretty awesome.
Today has been pretty awesome actually.
Hump day, shmump day.
Oh wait, one more thing. I entered to win an entry and a trip to the ZOOMA Run to Napa contest. Random, but heck, if I have a chance to run to Napa, I better try, right?
You can vote here. It only takes a second.
Have a great night!