Tuesday, February 1, 2011

january recap.

Why hello there, February! For those of you that taken my challenge remember that today starts "No Fast Food February"! It's only 28 days, you can manage.

For my last treat of fast-ish food, I gave myself Chipotle on Sunday. Always order online so you can make them write funny things on your burrito/bowl:

My self-proclaimed nickname hasn't taken off as quickly as I would like, but we're getting there.

Since it is a new month, I wanted to share with you a few of my favorite things from January.

  • I see these all over blog world and finally got my hands on a box:

For 100 Calories and 9g of fiber, VitaTops are the perfect snack. I found this flavor at Target. Top of the Muffin, to youuuuu!

(side note: There are two Seinfeld references in this post already. No day should go without a dose of Seinfeld)

  • I picked up my first issue of Cleveland Magazine last month (sorry for the tiny picture, all I could find):

It's seriously one of the best magazines I've read.
Does anyone else think Hot in Cleveland is wayyy overrated? I've only seen one episode and was not impressed. Betty White can step away from the spotlight anytime now...

  • I also fell in love with Whole Foods leafy greens. A frozen mix of collard greens, kale, and mustard greens:

This stuff is the perfect add-in for all meals. Just thaw how ever much you need, squeeze water out and throw it in. A little extra vitamins and fiber never hurt.

As for my resolutions/goals I set for January, I did really well. I successfully accomplished my two big goals! I did not eat meat or drink any pop for the entire month. I'm definitely going to continue with not drinking pop, but I have been craving a little meat lately. Think this is just my body wanting more protein - nothing wrong with that. As a runner, I need more protein in my diet anyway. How did you do?

I think Spring will be early this year, you?

(next year, I'm TOTALLY going to Punxsutawney for Groundhog Day)


  1. Take the collard greens, heat them up, squeeze a little lemon juice on top with some pepper and light salt and add garbanzo beans. SO GOOD!