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The day I ate all the things

I did four easy miles this morning.

And then I came home and ate all the things.

I’ve basically doubled my weekly mileage the past few weeks (where I was typically running less than 10 miles a week, now I’m hitting about 18 or so) and my appetite has been weird.

At first it seemed like my running was almost an appetite suppressant. I’d get home from my long run on Sunday, not a bit hungry, and wouldn’t feel like eating any food for a number of hours.

But all that has changed and I’m hungry!



Spelt oats with banana, chia seeds, almond butter and almond milk.

Coffee. Consumed so fast I couldn’t be bothered to capture the moment.



Salad beast with romaine, bell pepper, carrots, cucumber, olives, tofu, lentils, and sunflower seeds.

+a cup of really ugly, but really delicious chili. You don’t need a photo. It looked like gross.



Pretzel Crisps and…


Larabar and…


An orange and…

Some of the kid’s fishy crackers, stolen directly from their snack bowl.



Brown rice, vital wheat gluten, green beans, bell pepper and carrots.

And now I’m drinking this…



And imagining this…


Will I ever be full?


10 responses »

  1. Oh that salad looks good! I love all the foods that are thrown into it. Have a wonderful day!

  2. That chai latte had me at hello! It (along with everything else) looks delicious!

  3. Wow your dinner and desert look amazing – Actually, I have serious desert envy right now (I keep sneaking glances at it)…Ahhh don’t worry about your appetite, it will settle. I know when I pushed my mileage up I just couldn’t stop eating, however during my week of forced rest my appetite has halved!..enjoy eating all the beautiful food 🙂

  4. P.S. Do people tell you that you look like Sandra Bullock (used to)?


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