Workout Recap + Meal Plan

Good morning!

And good luck to all the NYC marathoners!! I’m a little nervous to list everyone because I know I’m going to forget a few, but good luck to Allie, Susan, Michele, Sandra, Jen, Katie, Beth, Mary-Katharine and everyone else!

NYC running with Nat

I ran through Central Park with Nat yesterday and the energy of the marathon was inspiring! One of these days, when/if I get my marathoning mojo back, I’d love to run it.

Workouts were light on running this week as I recovered from the Perfect Ten Mile race.

Sunday: Ten mile race

Monday: short strength workout, 30 minute walk

Tuesday: spin class + push ups

Wednesday: NMTZ strength + 4 easy stroller miles

Thursday: 3.5 easy miles + 2 mile walk

Friday: off

Saturday: 11 mile run (10 through Central Park with Nat!)

 

I’m heading out to meet my Moms Run This Town group this morning.  I need to map out a training schedule for the next few weeks.  It will be easier to figure out after I finalize my goals.  I’m still considering one more half marathon in November or December since my Maine half was only seconds off my pr!

Meal Planning

Sunday:  Homemade Sushi

Monday: Chicken in the crock pot + roasted sweet potato slices + sauteed swiss chard with feta

Tuesday:  Quinoa Minestrone

Wednesday: leftovers

Thursday:  Veggie omelets + curry roasted cauliflower

Friday: Family pizza night (homemade this week)

Saturday: At a conference in NYC all day

 

Plus rationing out the candy all week.  We went trick or treating with friends and have way more than we need, but L is good about spacing it out one at a time.  We’ll be sneaking pieces here and there, too, and giving some away!

Speaking of Halloween, we got off easy this year.  L picked an outfit from her dress up bin (Elsa) and baby J was in a lion costume that I’d saved from a few years ago.  Doesn’t get easier than that!

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How was Halloween? If you have kids, what were they dressed up as?

What are you eating this week?

7 thoughts on “Workout Recap + Meal Plan

  1. We moved from our beach apartment to “suburbia” this year and our neighborhood had a block party and parade! We bought sooo much candy and got like 30 trick or treaters so now we are wondering what to do with all the extras! Haha. I wonder how much candy goes to waste each year!

  2. I was hoping for lots of trick or treaters since we moved to the suburbs, but alas we only got 16… I think we didn’t have enough decorations to draw the kids in. Our neighbours went crazy with the decorations. We have to up our game for next year haha
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