Most of my coworkers were at a conference this week so I had a couple more days to work from home than normal. So I took some time to experiment in the kitchen, which was more fun than I thought it would be. This from someone who’s pretty terrible at cooking. Enter my Healthy Thai Coconut Curry Experiment. And the mess it left behind. I thought it was pretty good for a first attempt at such a dish (and a healthyish one at that), but it probably needs some work. Mr. J insisted it was great even the day after. This is why I love him. ūüôā
It was a lot of work though, sooo… that was where the home-cooked meals ended. I generally aim to eat healthy, wholesome foods about 80% of the time — whether I make them myself or not — but sometimes work and/or laziness gets in the way.
And then you vow to have a healthy weekend, but there’s a special occasion which would obviously take precedent.¬†A good friend of mine comes to Toronto only a couple¬†times a year, and she likes to go all out. It just so happened this weekend one of those times. I can’t very well deny my friend a good time just because I want to eat healthy things (or learn to cook) now, can I? As they say, everything in moderation! And, there’s always next time!¬†The next day my schedule (and eating habits) went back to normal anyway. Well, maybe a few hours later than normal. Still, not too shabby!
Ended my weekend by heading to the Rogers Center for a TO Blue Jays event. ¬†Included was a tour of their dressing room!