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My Dress is Here!


I slept absolutely terrible the night before last, so by the time Corey’s alarm went off at 6:15AM, I was already wide awake.  He convinced me to go for a run with him.  Somehow, he’s become some sort of marathon runner in a matter of days, and our usual 3-mile distance (which was quite a feat for me) has turned into 5 or 6 miles for him.

I like to run.

Luckily, I was able to threaten his life effectively enough that he stuck to a 3-mile route this time.  I actually hung in there pretty well, up until the very end, where I may have dropped a few F-bombs.  But, I survived!


I started the day with a bowl of Quick Cooking Oats with 1/2 tablespoon of natural peanut butter stirred in, topped with fresh blueberries.

After breakfast, I headed to the bridal store to…drum roll please…


I was so excited, but at the same time, really nervous.  I originally purchased my dress in ivory, but at the last minute, I changed it to white without seeing that version of the dress, or even trying it on.  Risky, I know.  I was so happy when I put it on and realized that I loved the white 100 times more than the ivory.



Now that my dress is actually in my house, I can’t stop thinking about it!  I’ve already tried it on twice 🙂 .  4 more months until I can actually wear it!


I was starving by the time I got home, and one of my favorite childhood meals was calling to me.  Grilled cheese and tomato soup! I heated up a can of Amy’s Organic Chunky Tomato Bisque:

And served it alongside a toasted whole wheat bagel thin, topped with a melted slice of Meunster cheese.


Being the coupon lovers that we are, Corey and I couldn’t resist a “Buy One Meal, Get the Other Free” deal at a brand new Panera that opened by our house.  I ordered French Onion Soup and half of a Greek Salad.


Summer Corn Salad

Yesterday was a day full of fun, food, and friends!


Laura made breakfast for all of us, consisting of classic bacon and eggs.

After we ate, Laura and I headed to Publix to pick up food for the weekend, while the boys went to stock up on beer.  Laura’s older brother and his girlfriend, as well as a few of their friends, were planning to join us yesterday to cook out and hang by the pool.  He told us he was bringing filet mignon and shrimp, so we volunteered to make the rest of the food for dinner.

After a quick Google search, I was able to find the recipe for a delicious-looking corn salad that I saw Sunny Anderson make on her Food Network show last week.

I grilled 9 ears of corn and 2 endive, chopped it up and threw it in a bowl with feta, parsley, red onion and lime juice.

It was quite a hit! Sunny’s recipe can be found here.

We also blended up some skinny pina coladas, thanks to a bottle of Skinny Mixes that Corey picked up for us.  He knows me well.

The boys lounged in the pool while Laura and I slaved away in the kitchen.  So typical 🙂 .

Kitchen Slave

Laura made some fabulous bruschetta for everyone to enjoy as an appetizer.

Laura’s brother grilled bacon-wrapped filets and shrimp, and once they were ready, we had a feast!  Laura and I also made some smashed potatoes to go along with it.

Once we were finished eating, some of us stayed out by the pool, others came inside to take a nap.

Later on, a string of strange activities ensued, including, but not limited to…

iPad dance party…

Espresso making…

And measuring ourselves with a tape measure…

And the party continues today!

Easy Healthy Lunch: Salad Bags!

Coming up with healthy and quick lunch ideas can sometimes be a pain in the butt.  After my new pledge to incorporate more raw foods into my meals, I decided that the best option for lunches is an obvious one: salads!

However, I am almost always on the go around lunch time, and salads aren’t exactly the simplest thing to whip up when you’re in a hurry.  There’s way too much chopping involved!  Not to mention, how am I supposed to know what to put in it?

Problem solved, friends!

Most people do their grocery shopping on Sunday.  If you do, then this will work out perfectly for ya!  If you don’t, try to make a trip before the busy week begins, just to pick up essential produce items.

Step 1: Choose a base.

-This could be Romaine, Spring Mix, Butter Lettuce, or shredded cabbage…it’s up to you!

Step 2: Choose your veggies.

-I like carrots, green pepper, tomatoes, and celery

Step 3: Choose a protein.

-Sometimes I don’t want meat on my salads, so I like to add garbanzo beans or hardboiled eggwhites.  If you’re a meat-lover, grilled chicken, shredded pork, or deli turkey are all great options.  If you wanna get really fancy, add some grilled or baked salmon on top!

Step 4: Choose a healthy fat.

-A dressing made with olive oil is a great choice, but avocado slices add great texture and flavor!  Cheese doesn’t really count as a “healthy fat”, but a little feta cheese can make a world of difference in a salad.

-Don’t forget that your dressing also counts as a fat (unless you use pure vinegar), so don’t go overboard with this step!

Step 5: Choose a dressing.

-You could choose a homemade mix of Extra Virgin Olive Oil and Red Wine Vinegar, or go the store-bought route.  Remember to check the ingredients (the fewer, the better) and the fat and calories per serving.  I like to choose one that has less than 90 calories per 2 tablespoons.

-Try organic!  When I think “organic” I think “expensive”- but I was pleasantly surprised to discover that organic salad dressings at my store were only 40 cents more than the normal kind that I would usually buy.  It’s worth the switch to get rid of all of the processed and “foreign” things they throw in there.  Yuck!

Step 6: Chop, chop, chop!

-After you shop, immediately wash your lettuce and veggies, and get to choppin’!  Prepare enough to fill at least 5 sandwich baggies (or tupperware) per produce item.

Step 7: Grab and go!

-Before you leave for work or class, just grab a clean tupperware with a lid, and fill with a handful or two of your base, and a handful of each of your other items from their baggies.  Pour a little dressing in a smaller container, and your lunch is ready to go!

I’ve been using this lunch idea for the last week, and it is such a time saver.  Not to mention, it takes out the guess work of “how am I going to eat healthy for lunch today?”, which can sometimes frustrate people and force them to make an unhealthy decision.  With pre-made salad fixin’s at your disposal, there’s nothing to think about- just grab and go!

Workout Funk

If you take a look at my Workout Log, it’s not hard to figure out that I’ve been in a little “workout funk” lately.  Corey and I have both been waking up every morning with this weird feeling…I think they call it “laziness” ?

Before we moved, we used to wake up almost every weekday at the same time, and get in our prospective workouts at the gym before starting the day.  Lately, this has been quite a challenge.  I’ve been taking way too many days off, and I’m not happy about it!

I’ve decided the best way to get out of my funk is to set some small goals.

Here’s what I came up with: 

-Aim to work out every weekday, plus one weekend day.

-Add more outside running to my routine.

-BodyPump twice a week.

-Spinning at least once a week.

Some people set fitness goals based around their weight or appearance, and this is something I used to do all the time- but I’m at the point where that is just not a good idea anymore.  Setting body-related goals just causes me to obsess over numbers, and that’s not very productive!  I think getting my mind and body into a routine is the best way to ensure that I get my workouts in, and the benefits of that will follow.

Onto the food!


I toasted a whole wheat English muffin, and topped it with pear slices and a drizzle of honey.

A large cup of coffee was enjoyed alongside my pear sandwich.

I’ve been slowly trying to ween myself off of my beloved Coffeemate Sugar-Free Hazelnut Creamer in favor of  “raw friendly” almond milk, but I’m not gonna lie…it’s tough!


Yesterday’s lunch reminded me of being in pre-school, possibly because of the finger-foods I had on the side, but it was still filling and delicious!

I toasted a whole wheat sandwich thin and topped it with Dijon mustard, a slice of meunster cheese and deli turkey.  On the side, I had some baby carrots and sliced kiwi.


In favor of trying to eat more natural foods and stay away from processed crap, I’ve been browsing through the organic brands at the grocery store lately.  It definitely is more expensive, but I think a few substitutions here and there won’t break the bank.

I was craving some comfort food last night, so a bowl of macaroni and cheese sounded perfect!

I picked up a box of Annie’s Macaroni & Cheese, made with whole wheat pasta and natural cheese.  I was a little skeptical about how it would taste, but I was pleasantly surprised.  To spruce it up and add some extra nutrition, I added some roasted broccoli and a sprinkle of 2% shredded cheddar cheese.

Alongside, I had a salad made with chopped Romaine lettuce and raw broccoli florets.

I topped my salad with Organicville Sesame Goddess dressing.

I’ll admit that 87% of the reason that I got this flavor was the fact that it had the word “goddess” in it.  I’m a marketer’s dream.


Do you have any tricks for getting out of a “workout funk” ? 

Going Raw

So, what the heck have I been up to the last 2 weeks?


I’ve done lots of wedding-related things, but I am planning to dedicate a post to each step of the way, so stay tuned for details!

Going Raw

Corey and I got a subscription to Netflix, and we have been in documentary-heaven lately!  (Nerd alert) We came across one called Food Matters, and we decided to give it a whirl.

Basically, the documentary described the problems that exist within our country when it comes to nutrition and people’s health.  There is a clear link between eating organically-grown, natural foods and staying illness-free.  The documentary went on to show case studies where cancer patients were treated with nutrition and vitamin therapy, meaning they were given a diet of raw, whole foods, and also consumed huge amounts of vitamins, such as Vitamin C and Niacin.  The case studies showed patients with giant tumors that disappeared after months of this therapy, without the assistance of prescription drugs or chemotherapy.

If you think about it, the prescription-drug industry creates billions of dollars, because we are told that we “need” medicine to feel better.  The truth is, natural foods and vitamins are medicine, and if we made it a priority to eat the right way, we would feel the right way, too.

I am not one to try and push my views about eating on other people, because I know that eating healthy, no matter to what degree, is a personal choice.  However, this documentary really struck a chord with both Corey and I, and we decided that we really want to make an effort to incorporate more whole foods, as well as a vitamin regimen, into our daily lives.

The reason the raw food movement is called “raw” is because a lot of studies have been done that show that cooking vegetables above a certain temperature kills the important enzymes that are the whole reason you’re supposed to eat vegetables in the first place!

Here are some small changes I have made to better align myself with the raw food movement:

-Every morning, before consuming anything (including coffee), I chug at least 16 oz. of water.  Water is a natural “irrigation” system for your body, and drinking it first thing in the morning helps to immediately flush your body of toxins and waste.

-Every night before bed (after eating something), I take vitamins.  I plan to add more to my regimen, but as of right now, this includes 1000mg of Vitamin C, 1000mg of Niacin, and 1000mg of Flaxseed Oil

-At least 2 meals per day must be 80% raw.  This means the bulk of a meal is in the form of veggies, nuts or grains

I am the first person to admit that “diets” or any type of restricted eating have never worked for me- they actually cause me to sabotage myself!  When I know I “can’t” have something, that means I HAVE to have it!  Therefore, I’m not going to say that this is how I’m definitely going to eat 100% of the time, because I have always felt that life is all about enjoying the indulgences it has to offer.  But, I am a big believer in the science behind this, and I think it does a body good to go “raw” in any way that you can!

Here are some examples of my latest raw meals:


Fage Greek Yogurt with Honey and fresh blueberries.



Chopped Romaine lettuce, carrots, green pepper, tomato, hardboiled eggwhite, and avocado, topped with organic dressing.


Grilled shrimp on a bed of chopped fresh Romaine lettuce, zucchini, broccoli and onions.


What do you think about eating “raw”?  

Curry Tempeh


After returning home from a busy weekend and getting a good night’s sleep, I awoke ready to start the week on the right foot- in the gym!  I completed 20 minutes on the elliptical, followed by 25 minutes on the treadmill doing running intervals.


After my workout, I rewarded myself with a little Starbucks treat!  I stopped by and ordered a Venti Sugar-Free Vanilla Soy Latte:

I’m always amused by the different spellings the Starbucks baristas’ come up with for “Carly”.  I kind of wish my name was spelled the way this particular barista dreamed up today!

When I got home, I had a Lemon Chobani Greek Yogurt.


During my 20-minute lunch break, I had the exact same salad that I’ve come to love as a quick hunger-fix during the short time I have for lunch Monday through Thursday.

Butter lettuce topped with red and yellow bell pepper slices and Naturally Fresh Ginger Dressing.


Corey and I got pretty adventurous with last night’s dinner.  While grocery shopping, we came across Coconut Curry Tempeh- a soy product I’ve been curious about for a while.  I convinced Corey that it would be worth a try, and we threw it in the cart.

I started by cooking the tempeh strips in a skillet with a little olive oil, for about 2 minutes on each side, until browned.

While they cooked, I microwaved a bag of steam-able frozen vegetable medley, which had broccoli, cauliflower and carrots.  Next, I microwaved a bag of Uncle Ben’s 90-Second Whole Grain Rice.  I combined the rice and steamed veggies in the skillet off the heat, and mixed with half a jar of Thai Kitchen Yellow Curry.

Although I’m not a vegetarian, I always say that I might as well just be one.  Chicken and steak has the potential to really gross me out- I much prefer eating seafood or just plain old vegetarian dishes.  Corey and I both agreed that tempeh is not something we would necessarily crave, but it was a great meat replacement. I would describe the texture as hardened rice, with more flavor, thanks to the curry spice.  If you aren’t a fan of the texture of tofu, give tempeh a try!

Have you ever tried tempeh? What do you think of it?

2 Great Salad Recipes: Greek and Taco


I can so easily get out of the routine of working out, and it sucks!  I took Sunday off, as I normally do, but then, Monday and Tuesday came and went, and I hadn’t done a darn thing.  I was determined to make it to the gym on Wednesday, and I did.  I completed 20 minutes on the elliptical, followed by 25 minutes of running intervals on the treadmill.


Tuesday was a big day for my brain- I had to take a 3-hour nursing school entrance test, and then go straight to a 4-hour class!  I knew I needed a filling breakfast, so I turned to trusty oatmeal to do the trick.

I microwaved the oats with a 1/3 cup almond milk, and then stirred in a tablespoon of peanut butter.

Yesterday, I pretty much repeated the same meal, except that I used a packet of Quaker Weight Control Oatmeal in Maple Brown Sugar.


After finishing my entrance test, I had a short break before my class started, so I headed over to Publix to grab a sandwich.  I ordered Boar’s Head Turkey on whole wheat, with honey mustard, lettuce, tomato, pickles and banana peppers.


Tuesday’s dinner was simple.  I quickly cooked a package of whole wheat gnocchi in boiling water, and then tossed it with 1/2 cup marinara sauce.

On the side, we had a Greek Chopped Salad.  This is one of my favorites.

Greek Chopped Salad

Servings: 4-6


3 heads Romaine lettuce, chopped

3 large tomatoes, seeded and diced

1/2 red onion, finely chopped

3/4 cup feta cheese

10 kalamata olives, pitted and chopped (optional ingredient)

1 cucumber, finely chopped (optional ingredient)

For the dressing:

1/3 cup red wine vinegar

1/3 cup Extra Virgin Olive Oil

2 tablespoons Dijon mustard

Whisk together in a bowl with a pinch of salt and pepper.


After all ingredients are chopped, throw in a large bowl, top with dressing and feta cheese, and mix together.


Last night, we had another great salad- Taco Salad!

This is a great solution for dinner when you want to feed a lot of people for cheap.  Plus, if you do it build-your-own style, it’s a huge time-saver.  There are tons of variations for this meal- just pick your favorites!

Taco Salad

Select Base: chopped Romaine, shredded iceburg, brown rice

Select Protein: ground turkey, lean ground beef, shredded rotisserie chicken, CrockPot pulled pork.  Cook meat with 1/2 packet of taco seasoning.

Select Beans: black, pinto, garbanzo

Select Veggies: diced tomatoes, chopped onion, cilantro, corn (use all of them!)

Select Fats: (use only one, or a combination, but do so sparingly) reduced-fat sour cream, shredded cheddar cheese, avocado slices

Select Dressing: I like to use salsa from a jar, but you could use any regular salad dressing you like!


Place each ingredient in it’s own bowl, and set up a build-your-own-salad bar!

Spinach Mushroom Risotto

Corey and I skipped our Wednesday morning BodyPump, with plans to try out the class at the gym closer to our new home on Thursday.  That’s exactly what we did!


We invited Corey’s younger brother, Drew, to come along with us for his first BodyPump experience.  I have to say, I was highly disappointed.  The class sucked.  The instructor was not in shape at all (which always bothers me for some reason), she made the strangest faces, and barely gave any instructions, which made it hard for us, as regulars, to follow along, so I can only imagine how Drew felt.

To make matters worse, the gym closest to our house is geared more towards an older crowd, so the instructor did not teach release 77- she pretty much made up her own, easier routine, which was utterly terrible.  What a fail!

After class, I really wanted to get in some cardio, since I felt that I barely got a respectable workout in.  The boys weren’t feelin’ it, but I was able to get in 10 minutes of running on the treadmill before they forced me out the door.


It was only 6:45AM when we left the gym, so Corey offered to treat Drew and I to breakfast at Einstein’s.  I ordered the same thing I had on Tuesday– the Mushroom, Asparagus and Swiss Thin- but without the tomato spread.

I also had an iced coffee with skim milk and Splenda.


My sweet tooth was in overdrive yesterday.  By the time lunch rolled around, I was in no mood for veggies or a sandwich- I wanted something sweet!  I got creative, and decided to attempt making one of me and Corey’s favorite breakfasts at Powerhouse Cafe.  They have a phenomenal breakfast pita, with peanut butter, banana, strawberries, granola and honey, all instead a homemade whole wheat pita.

My finished pita included: one half spread with Lemon Chobani Greek Yogurt, the other half spread with peanut butter, topped with banana slices, a sprinkle of granola, and a drizzle of honey.

It was almost as delicious as the pita from Powerhouse Cafe, but I definitely missed the tanginess of that the strawberries give to it.  Next time!


When Corey got home from work, I sent him out to the grill with some chicken breasts that had been marinating in Kraft Vidalia Onion Dressing overnight, along with some fresh asparagus.  While those were cooking, I got started on a veggie-ful risotto!

Risotto is one of my favorite side dishes, or meals, period.  A lot of people have the misconception that it is a really heavy, fattening dish, and that is understandable- its creamy texture would lead you to believe that it has tons of calories!  However, the creaminess actually comes from continuous stirring, and the slow addition of chicken broth or stock- the stirring helps release the starch in the rice, resulting in a creamy, rich dish, without all the fat.

Spinach Mushroom Risotto

Servings: 4


1 cup Arborio rice

3 cloves garlic, chopped

4 1/2 cups no salt chicken stock (or broth)

8 oz. sliced mushrooms, roughly chopped

1 1/2 cups fresh spinach

1/2 cup white wine

1/4 cup shredded parmesan cheese

1 tablespoon Smart Balance spread

1/2 teaspoon salt


Heat a skillet over medium heat, sprayed with non-stick spray or EVOO.  Add the onion and cook until translucent.

Add the mushrooms and cook until browned, about 5 minutes.

Add the garlic and cook for an additional minute.

Remove from skillet and set aside.

Add the chicken stock or broth to a pot, place over medium heat, and keep warm (not boiling) while following the next steps.

Spray the skillet with nonstick spray, place over medium heat and add the rice to the skillet.  Move the rice around with your spatula and toast for one minute, being careful not to burn.

Add the white wine, stirring the rice until the wine is completely absorbed.

Add a ladle or measuring cup of warm chicken stock or broth (I did a 1/2 cup to 3/4 cup at a time) to the rice, stirring continuously until it is absorbed.

Repeat this step until you have added 4 1/2 cups to the rice.  This process should take approximately 20 minutes.  Remember to stir continuously.  You will know you are finished when the rice plumps, and when you taste it, it is not mushy, yet not crunchy.

At this point, lower the heat, add the fresh spinach and stir until wilted.

Add the cooked onion and mushrooms that were set aside.

Add the salt, Smart Balance and parmesan cheese, and stir.

Serve immediately!

This dinner was just fabulous.  We both agreed that grilled chicken is far superior to baked chicken.  We’re so happy to have a grill back in our lives!

All Dressed Up With No Place to Go…

It still amazes me that just a few months ago, the idea of waking up at 5AM for a workout seemed inconceivable.  Look at me now! 

Friday is my favorite day of the week to workout, for reasons I still haven’t figured out.  I guess I like to start the weekend off on the right foot!


I woke up at 5AM, put on my gym clothes and headed to a 6AM spin class.  The class was very intense, thanks to the fitness competitor/drill sergeant who taught the class.  I’ve taken her class before, but it’s been a while…she doesn’t mess around.  After getting sufficiently sweaty, I did something that made me feel VERY grown-up!

I did a lot of pre-planning last night, and made my breakfast and lunch ahead of time, as well as laying out my gym clothes, and packing a gym bag of my work outfit and toiletries to take to the gym.  The thought of showering and getting ready for work at the gym is something that has always seemed daunting, and the fact that Corey does it daily without hesitation has always amazed me.

Well, the moral of the story is I successfully got ready for work in the women’s locker room.  However, let me say this- I don’t care how old I am, I will never find it acceptable to walk around butt naked while holding conversations with other women.  I was approached to “chat” THREE different times by completely naked women! How is that normal?! My eyes are still bleeding.


I decided to attempt a breakfast that is pretty famous in the blogosphere- Overnight Oats!  To make them, you combine uncooked oats and milk in a container, and in the morning, the oats will be ready for eatin’ and toppin’ with your favorite fruits, yogurt, or whatever you’d like!


So…I’m not exactly sure where I went wrong, but this attempt goes into the “Fail” category (along with my kale chips).

I think there was a myriad of missteps that are to blame, including the fact that I added too much almond milk and let it sit in the car for an hour while I was in the gym.  I’m not giving up yet!  Overnight oats WILL happen for me!

To see successful Overnight Oats recipes, click here, here, or here.

After breakfast, I headed off to teach at the middle school.  Once again, they thought it would be fun to have me teach PE class.  I’m not sure which screams “I’d-be-perfect-to-teach-something-athletic” about me more- my Tory Burch flats or my Farrah Fawcett hair?



I had a colorful and veg-tastic lunch after teaching, which consisted of leftover steamed broccoli and sweet potato fries, alongside a sliced pear.

After lunch, I had an important task to complete: Cleaning the apartment before my parents arrive for Easter!  I blasted the Britney Spears Pandora station, and got to work!

Once the place was spic ‘n’ span, I sat down and blogged away while sipping my favorite beer, Orange Blossom Pilsner:

Corey got home from work and we decided to go to Happy Hour at our new spot, CaddyShanks (don’t worry, Mitchell’s will make a return next weekend!).

I ordered a Magic Hat #9 while we watched…ESPN on 27 different TV’s.  <—-How did I get dooped into that?!

Oh, now I remember…I was bribed with THIS:

We shared a small mushroom and artichoke pizza, which was really good!  I love artichokes on anything and everything.

We came home to change clothes and get “going out” ready, because we had plans to meet a bunch of our friends down by UCF to watch the Magic game.  Somehow, in the 10 minutes it took me to get ready, all of our plans fell flat.

That’s when I sent out my best sad-face to the Twitterverse along with this Tweet:

Don’t you hate when you get completely ready, just to find out that you’re going NOWHERE?! Biggest pet peeve!

Oh, well.  There’s still plenty of fun plans to enjoy for the next two days- I LOVE EASTER!

Yogurt Perfection


Yesterday morning started the way our semi-new Wednesday routine does these days- with BodyPump!

Waking up at 5:00AM is probably never going to get any easier for me, even when I’m 80 (I hear you wake up at like 4AM at that age.)  However, I’ve discovered a little trick that many of you may not be aware of…it’s called coffee.

I normally head out the door half asleep on Wednesdays, without eating or drinking anything before my workout.  I decided it might help to have a little caffeine, so I set the timer on the coffee pot for 5AM, and grabbed a thermos to-go.

3 Cheers for Caffeine!

If you haven’t noticed by now, it’s kind of difficult for me to fully open my eyes and/or smile in the morning.

After BodyPump, I was in the mood to run.  Since that never happens, I took advantage of it and got on a treadmill.  I started out by running for 10 minutes at 6.0, and doing some intervals which can be seen here.


I toasted half of a whole wheat bagel thin and topped it with peanut butter, and served it alongside my new obsession- Fage Greek Yogurt with Honey! 

Oh, and more coffee!

I’ve actually had this yogurt before, but I forgot to rave about it, so I’m doing it now!  I normally eat Chobani as my Greek yogurt of choice because it has a little more flavor than Fage, but these new little combinations are rocking my world.  Yogurt perfection, in my opinion.  Truthfully, it’s the honey that makes me the happiest.  It feels like dessert!


During one of my study breaks, I decided to do a little roastin’ and toastin’.  I sliced up a sweet potato and made some sweet potato fries, and I also roasted kale.

Roasting kale sort of “dehydrates” it, and I’ve seen many bloggers use the result as a substitute for potato chips!  This was actually my intention, but I ended up burning most of it.  Instead, I spread the rest of my artichoke dip onto a toasted whole wheat sandwich thin, and topped it with tomato slices and the roasted kale that survived the oven.

While searching for some tupperware to put the leftover sweet potato fries in, I discovered that I have a lot of work to do before we move.  Mainly, solving this problem:

Guess which top goes with the container in the middle?  NONE OF THEM.

Later on, I needed some brain power before my exam, so I searched for something to munch on.  I then discovered another storage problem:

If you’re trying to save pantry space, it’s probably wise to combine a single almond into a container with four almonds.

Since I was clearly on a caffeine kick yesterday, I also made myself a ginormous iced coffee!


Guess what made yet another return?

Pollo Tropical!  I had half of my usual Chicken and Veggie Tropichop, and it wasn’t that great.  I was too tired to care.

Do you have tupperware with a million different lids?  How does it happen?!

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