Wrappin’ Up Christmas

December 19, 2010

As soon as I got up this morning, I made myself a little breakfast that would fuel me through a run.

I love bagels with peanut butter and banana on. It is a great pre-fun food, plus it tastes delicious! 🙂

I had the other half of bagel with cream cheese.

I went out for a 7 mile run this morning because after not running yesterday, I wanted to go for a medium-long run.

Overall, the run went pretty well. I wasn’t feeling “on top of the world” per say, but I stayed fairly warm and enjoyed the peacefulness of a Sunday morning. 🙂


After getting back and showering, I headed to church. Then, I ran a few errands, picked up a couple Christmas presents, and stopped by the grocery store.

Here’s what I got:

pantry staples, yogurt, eggs, soy cheese, deli meat, and popcorn.

The fresh produce: leaf lettuce, gala apples, carrots, spaghetti squash, cucumber, brussel sprouts, red pepper, garlic, avocado, and red onion.

I was very happy to only spend around $40 for all of this!

When I got home, I was starving, so I whipped up this quick lunch full of yellows and oranges.

– leftover Garbanzo Bean and Potato Curry served over pasta

– yellow squash and carrot sticks with hummus

– an orange

Later on this afternoon, I snacked on gala apple.

I spent the rest of the afternoon wrapping presents and finishing up Christmas cards.

We are headed over to a friend’s house for the evening. Catch ya later!!


How much do you spend on groceries each week?

    1. i aim to spend $200/month… that’s for 2 of us and our cat, plus toiletries and such. i don’t always make it but i try! 🙂 we eat alot of produce and dairy so those two things jack up our bill…

    1. i dont spend any money on groceries because you do all the shopping

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