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Making Dinner Can Be Easy
I read so many amazing food blogs every day and they always leave me feeling flustered. The idea of grocery shopping for fresh ingredients overwhelms me, and the thought of spending more than 10 minutes in the kitchen preparing a meal is exhausting.
That’s why I make a lot of fish.
Not only do I love eating fish, it’s so stinkin’ easy to whip up.
Tonight’s dinner featured the return of corn on the cob, a bunch of baby carrots and some tilapia.
To make the fish, all I did was sprinkle it with
some a ton of lemon pepper, then stuck it in the oven (350 degrees) on a cookie sheet for about 10 minutes.
Easiest. Meal. Ever.
I can’t wait until I have a coffee table and some bar stools so I can eat somewhere other than my desk.
But today I did get hooked up with my own wireless Internet (no more stealing!) and cable. I’m so fancy now! I can’t wait for my parents to get here this weekend to help me continue setting everything up.
As I mentioned this morning, I’m still feeling crappy. But because the sickness is staying in the head region — a cough and a stuffy nose — I decided to hit up the gym after work.
I took a spinning class and I’m so glad I did. It felt amazing to sweat out whatever toxins are lingering in my body and for 45 minutes I wasn’t stressed out about anything. Workout success.
Now it’s pouring rain, thundering and lightening and I can’t wait to take a burning hot shower. Then I plan to pop some Tylenol PMs and hopefully get a good night’s sleep.
Fingers crossed that I wake up healthy!
TELL ME: Do you exercise when you’re sick? I know many sweat addicts (myself included) are hesitant to skip a workout, so what does it take to sideline you from going to the gym or going for a run?