Weekend Recap & Detox Time

20 Aug

This weekend was freaking awesome. I laughed so hard that I got a stomach cramp – literally. Then I dulled the pain with a few MGD 64’s. Perfect.

This is basically the only picture I got of us not in our swimsuits and if you can’t tell, we are covered in temporary tattoos. That’s right, this group of girls in their late 20s love us some temporary tats! It’s basically a tradition. Haters gunna hate.

My top 2 moments of the weekend were playing Catch Phrase (which may be my favorite game ever) and hearing my friend Sandra completely face plant in the cabin – haven’t seen an adult fall that hard!

If you had to give a ration of healthy food choices to complete shittiness, I would say I kept it at a 50/50, which isn’t too bad. I had a few/several adult beverages, enjoyed some s’mores and ate bread, but made sure I had a solid breakfast and used a Portobello mushroom instead of a bun for our shloppy joes.

Now I am back to reality and excited to get back into my routine. The rest from this weekend did wonders for my foot and it felt solid and pain-free during my 45 minute walk this morning. I am hitting up the yoga-lates class tonight, to round out my rest day, and am excited to hit it hard for tomorrow’s pool sprints!

Also, the birthday girl made us an amazing turkey meatloaf this weekend that I really want to try myself. She added Ritz crackers to the top and covered it in turkey bacon – so good. Here is a modified recipe that I would like to try:

Paleo-ish Turkey Meatloaf

  • 2 lbs ground turkey
  • 1 small onion, minced
  • 2 cloves garlic minced (you can never have enough garlic)
  • 1 egg
  • 2 tbsps tomato paste (no sugar added)
  • 1 tbsp Worcester Sauce (only thing that might not be considered Paleo)
  • salt n’ peppa
  • 4 slices turkey bacon (nitrate free)

Mix all ingredients in a large bowl and pack into a greased 9×5 tray. Bake at 350 for 45 minutes. I adapted from this recipe, which says this is 290 per serving.

Happy Monday!


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