I’m back with another weekend recap. This weekend felt nice and rejuvenating. The boyfriend was out of town for the weekend, but I did get in some quality time with friends. Since I didn’t have too many plans this weekend, I had lots of time to experiment in the kitchen and get in some good workouts. Continue reading “Weekend Recap: Fitness, Eats, and Weekly Meal Plan”
This weekend seems to have gone by in the blink of an eye. All of a sudden it is Sunday evening, and I’m rushing to get ready for the busy week ahead after being out of town all weekend. Can anyone else relate? Continue reading “A Quick Trip to NYC”
This weekend was another pretty low key weekend, which as I said on Friday was just what I was hoping for after a long week.
After work on Friday, I met up with my friend Alison for an early dinner at Sweetgreen, my all time favorite salad place in the DC area. Alison is one of my best friends from college who also happens to live in the area. She actually introduced me to Sweetgreen way back in 2012, before I even moved here. I haven’t seen her in over a month, so it was great to have the opportunity to catch up over delicious salads. Continue reading “Date Night and a Ten Mile Run”
I’ve been an avid blog reader for a long time before finally starting this blog. My favorite blogs have always been the personal blogs, as I tend to feel the most connection with those bloggers. In order to truly be “The Devoted Dietitian” I want to show you a little more about myself, so in addition to sharing nutrition tips, recipes, etc., I’ll occasionally post about my day to day life happenings. I want to show you that living a healthy lifestyle doesn’t have to be exhausting, and in fact, can be enjoyable! If nothing else, hopefully my family and friends that are reading will find this a good way to stay in the loop. So if you’re still reading, let’s kick things off with some highlights from this past weekend.
Friday night we had a low key night in, which was just what I needed after a long and busy week.
We made Iowa Girl Eats Make-Ahead Breakfast Bowls for dinner and both the boyfriend and I practically licked our bowls clean. This meal provides a mix of protein, non-starchy vegetable, carbohydrate, and healthy fats, making it a great option to enjoy for any meal of the day. Potatoes often get a bad rap, but potatoes (with skin on) are high in potassium and fiber, as well as vitamin C and vitamin B6. We definitely plan on making these bowls again. Next time I’ll probably throw in another bell pepper or add chopped tomatoes to boost the non-starchy veggie content.