Yesterday I was at Diran’s all day. We woke up at nearly 11 am so breakfast was also lunch! I had a toasted whole wheat croissant with Nutella.
It is not the type of breakfast I have at home but I think it is okay to indulge sometimes, and for breakfast it is either at Diran’s or at restaurants!
I also had a pink grapefruit for a healthy kick!
We had a quiet afternoon and went at the Rogers Cup at 7 pm. I ate dinner there so it was very unhealthy (poutine and nachos).
My attempt at filming with my camera was not that successful:
After the match, we went to the gym and worked out for about 45 min. We then went to join some friends at a bar. Coming home at 1 am, I was way too tired to write!
I woke up at 7:45 am and left 10 min later to go to work. I passed by Second Cup and bought a cranberry and pear muffin and a latte to go. For lunch I ate Greek potatoes with a little bit of sour cream. When I came home at 6 pm, I definitely wanted to eat something healthy!
So I had two awesome open-faced sandwiches:
Recipe from BodyRock.tv (Video)
- 2 slices of cinnamon swirl raisin bread
- 2 tbsp cream cheese
- 2 handfuls alfalfa sprouts
- 1-2 tbsp chopped walnuts
- 1-2 tbsp capers
- 1 pear, sliced (I used 2 forelle pears, which are very small)
Directions: Toast the bread. Spread 1 tbsp cream cheese on each slice and sprinkle with capers and walnuts. Add sprouts and cover wit pear slices. If there are pear slices left, eat them!
Makes 2 open-faced sandwiches
The first time I tried golden kiwis I was highly surprised. I always loved kiwis but these are so much better! They are sweeter but still have the great taste I’m looking for!
Tonight I’m going to do a little of my collage project.
But what is my collage project? I am actually cutting through magazines in order to make a big collage (on a poster) to put on my wall. Free decoration? I’m all for it!
For now, this is what it looks like:
I can’t wait to finish it! I actually really want it done before school starts on sept. 1but I don’t know if I will be able to make it.
See you tomorrow (I’m working… again),