My Sweats Look Like MC Hammer’s

I don’t know if it’s just me, but there is nothing better in the world than coming home and putting on big, baggy sweats after a long day at work.  I think the male equivalent to this is walking in the door and taking off your pants.  Am I right, boys?

Long afternoon of work and meetings and I started to drag a little by 4:30pm.  I was co-presenting to students in an hour about NIRSA and needed some fuel

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I used to get tired of apples.  But I’ve learned to appreciate them so much.  And it’s true what they say- an apple and water gets you the same results as a cup of coffee. 

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Talked to our rec students about NIRSA, the professional organization for our field, and it’s benefits. Most of them are in the process of job searching and I know (very well) how that feels.  Wishing them well…

Finally made it home for the day to make dinner. 

My version of fried rice: whole grain brown rice (boil in a bag- yes, I’m lazy), steamed peas, and water-sauteed garlic, onion, and green pepper with soy sauce to taste.  Add a hard boiled egg for protein and looks like I’ve got some balance!

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I’m also looking forward to the Nighttime Recovery supplement- my personal trainer really put me through the ringer on Tuesday- my arms and shoulders are so sore!  I’ll be going to bed early tonight, definitely. 

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Time for dinner and to sit down and watch the Forks Over Knives documentary (finally!).  My friend Tina got it for me and I still haven’t had time to watch it.  Can’t wait- I love food/social/food politics documentaries. 

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