Slice Count: 8 (2 medium homemade + one whole wood-fired personal pizza)
Weight: 133 lbs again (I guess I have hit my plateau)
Exercise: 1 hour weight/resistance training + 3 mile tempo run
How I feel generally: Really, really tired (food coma? pizza coma?) (note: I wrote this just before going to bed; I wasn't tired the whole day)
How my tummy feels: Really, really full but not bloated exactly. Just a food baby.
Extras: One coffee, one Kashi granola bar, one stroopwafel (given to me by a labmate who went to the Netherlands), a tiny cup of homemade kombucha (given to me by the same labmate), and one UNICORN FRAPPUCCINO!!!
I think I may have hit snooze about 10 times this morning. I am not sure if I was lethargic because of the pizza or because of the late-night soccer game last night. Either way, getting up this morning was ROUGH. I worked out with a couple of my triathlon teammates at the gym and that was also rough. Then I tried to do my scheduled tempo run afterwards (it's supposed to be a prolonged challenging pace) and ... well, let's just say I did go a tempo. A slow tempo. After working out, I tried that new Starbucks unicorn frappuccino. I hate myself for trying it but I couldn't resist. It was weird but I kind of liked it. That increased my daily cost a lot though. So expensive! Work was work and then I went to the same restaurant as last week, Blaze Pizza, with some friends for dinner. I love that place. Even my dear friend that hates cheese is able to build a pizza that she likes (sans cheese of course). This time I got a build-your-own pizza with regular pizza sauce, mozzarella and parmesan, spinach, tomatoes, kalamata olives, banana peppers, vegetarian popcorn "chick'n" (the crouton looking things), and zucchini. It was really good except for the weird vegetarian popcorn "chick'n." People keep asking me if I'm tired of pizza yet, but so far I'm not. In fact, I still look forward to eating it!
Molly is a fourth-year Ph.D. Candidate in Food Science, specializing in Sensory Science. In her free time, she enjoys conducting strange food experiments on herself, musing about graduate school, anything involving exercise and sports, friends, and PIZZA.