So this Monday morning started off by waking up to the sound of The Man’s phone alarm going off before mine (huh?!?!?)…. which has happened ohhhh NEVER since we’ve lived together since he doesn’t work til 9am.
Then I remembered that my handsome hunk was starting
this morning! We watched the start up video last night and this looks pretty intense. Today was day 1 of the training, which I will be tracking for him to see how the results turn out (tonight is our first photo session oww owww 😉 )
I’ll be posting his progress as well, but more of that to come! Also, there appear to be some pretty sweet workouts in the set so I may give some a whirl. I don’t know that I’ll actually go through with the full program, I have a hard time with strict regimen not planned by moi (type AAAAAAA!)
I’m excited to see how he likes it though 🙂 He was up and crackin’ at 7am this morning and sweating away (ummm btw, thanks honey for locking me out of the exercise room so that I couldn’t see you in action, what is this?!)
Work this morning was work, nuff said.
Lunch on the other hand, was not your average Joe 😉 !
Leftover slice of heaven buffalo chicken pot pie
I may or may not owe Jenna my first born for introducing me to this recipe 😉
And apple kuchen from last night!
Yes please 🙂
So tonight’s agenda includes a cardio workout after work – I think I’m gonna hash it out with my oldest homegirl Jillian…. I need some shreddin’ in my life.
Dinner plans include
- Ribeye steak (cooking method tbd)
- Sweet potatoes stuffed with pineapple & topped with marshmallow
Now I know this sweet potato mixture sounds unconventional, but my grandma (“nanny”) used to make this casserole for the holidays while we were growing up and it was my FAVORITE.
3 ingredients: sweet potatoes (mashed), crushed pineapple (canned), big fluffy marshmallows.
Basically you spoon a layer of mashed sweet tater on the bottom of a casserole dish, top it with a layer of crushed pineapple, repeat once more. Bake it in the oven til warmed through, and at the end top with a layer of marshmallows and crank up the oven to melt them into a gooey topping, they should be a lil’ brown on top.
This. Is. So. Good.
So tonight I am making a modified weeknight version (who do I think I am, Rachel Ray?) and trying this out in a bit of a different style with what we have at the house 🙂 More to come later friends!
Alright, gotta get back to it! Happy Monday, we’re halfway through 🙂