Things are bad when the people in the front row at spin are arguing over the placement of the fan. Luckily, no matter which way it was facing, I got a little blast. I'm not sure why there aren't more fans, as everyone complains about it. But, I kept going since there was a certain calorie mark I wanted to hit and I had to work very hard to get there. This is one of those cases where the instructor makes a huge difference, and I was hot and I think I kindof wilted. I didn't want to stress out my knee, which is hurting again, by going to Saturday tabata, since the Saturday class has a lot of impact. I wore my Lululemon wunder unders and a black power Y full on luon tank. I have learned that I sweat so much during spin that having a tank with a built in bra helps (plus I don't have to struggle to get out of two layers).
I am doing my CND vinylux experiment again and it has been 24 hours without a single chip. For me, that is amazing. I'll keep you posted!
I have no exciting recipes to report, since my son has been eating out a lot and my daughter has no appetite. I have been eating very well, since I don't have to cook! Lots of overnight oats, quinoa cakes, salad and roasted veggies. Something new that I am trying is having a mug of hot water with lemon after dinner (I can almost pretend it is a glass of wine). I know a lot of people drink this upon waking up, but I need coffee, pronto, and I also don't have a lot of time to drink up. So some of the health claims are that besides being a diuretic and full of vitamin C, it is supposed to help fight hunger cravings because it is high in pectin. But, when I google it, a lot of this comes up as myth. So, what do you think? Is this something you drink every day? Do you think it really helps?