Happy Columbus Day and happy Monday! I hope all of you have the day off from work! I don’t 🙁 but I did enjoy the quintessential fall weekend over the past 3 days. Although we had some awful weather on Saturday, SL and I made the best of it and we were rewarded with a amazing weather day on Sunday. Here is what went down in my world over the weekend.
Quintessential Fall Weekend
SL had a burrito craving so I was more than happy to stop at Chipotle on the way home to get him a burrito and myself a burrito bowl. My Chipotle go-to order: burrito bowl with brown rice, black beans, barbacoa (spicy, tender shredded beef, braised with chipotle chiles, garlic, oregano, cumin and cloves <– from their site), corn, hot salsa, and lots of lettuce (I think its romaine). Occasionally I’ll get their guac but its so heavy so I prefer to just mash an avocado at home when I want guac.
Chipotle has a great nutrition calculator on their site so I entered my go-to meal and here is how it added up:
I ate about 3/4 of it and saved the rest for breakfast on Saturday. Yes, breakfast, don’t judge…it was amazing!
It was raining, hard. SL and I decided to head up to our local apple picking farm. Apple picking season ended early due to a shortened crop season but we bough a bunch of apples from their bins, some apple cider donuts and 6 gallons of cider…1 to drink and 5 to make our own hard cider! Our hard cider won’t be ready for a few weeks though I am already anxious to try it!
While SL was making the cider, I got my hair done! Its super brown now, no blonde in sight. I don’t have a great picture of it yet but once I do, I’ll show it off here.
After the cider making, the weather cleared up and we headed to the fair! I haven’t been to the Topsfield Fair in years (maybe a decade?) and it was great to walk around and remember all the different things I loved about going as a kid. After a couple hours of walking around we left to see our friend’s new condo and get dinner with a bunch of people.
I happily went to bed Saturday night without setting an alarm knowing I had nothing to wake up for on Sunday.
Sunday included all of the normal things, a workout, breakfast for lunch,
(Eggs – 2 whites and 1 whole scrambled with mushrooms, green bell pepper form our garden and spinach topped with Sriracha with 2 slices of bacon)
football (yay Patriots!), grocery shopping,
meal planning and cooking.
I prepped lots for the week and made a chili for dinner with plenty more for leftovers all week.
Fun fact, only one more week until I turn the big 3-0! I can’t believe it but I also can’t wait! I am truly excited for 30.
Hope you all have a great Monday!
How was your weekend?
Did any age really bother you?
- I really kind of freaked out when I turned 20. Not sure why, I was still a baby and having a blast at UConn. My (almost) 30 year-old-self would have told baby Emily to chill and just drink another Twisted Tea and live it up!