I also lucked out by getting a free baguette with butter, lettuce and smoked salmon. My coworkers have been ordering platters of sandwiches all week for training, and there were so many leftovers today. Of course, I snagged one for myself. I fill up on just the soup alone, so I was violently full with the soup and sandwich. Oh well. The baguette tasted good, and that was the important part.
The pumpkin minestrone is fantastic, by the way. Cambell's makes a good one, as well. Last winter, I ate it very frequently.
Dinner eventually came around, and I again caved into an easy and not-so-healthy meal. Al and I split McCain crunchy seasoned fries and fish from the freezer. These fries are hands down some of the best ones I've ever had in my life. The seasoning is so good! They also take less cooking time that other fries such as wedges, since they are thinner.
I did a few of their short workouts with weights, and then I came across this one. It's three sets of three moves, and you will work your whole body. I was sweaty by the time I finished! For the best results, you'll need a stretchy band to tie around your legs for move #2. I have a long elastic Pilates band, so I used that. If you can do lunges and squats, give it a go! You'll work your body in under 20 minutes.
I also thought this video was entertaining on Tone It Up.
Also, have you noticed that my photos look a little bit better? Less blur and more clarity? That's because my mom bought me a camera when I was still in the US. I'm not sure why I haven't mentioned that before, but it's made such a difference in the quality of my photos. I can actually see details in my own pictures! It's a Canon PowerShot 100HS. It's not super-duper pricey, and it takes really good pictures. I'm so happy with it!
Catch ya later, folks!