Check out the new t-shirt Oiselle sent me a couple of weeks ago. Being a sponsored runner for this fun clothing company sure has it’s perks! It’s a special edition in honor of the Summer Olympics starting in just a couple of weeks. How timely especially since I’ll be going to the games the first week of August! Yep, another fun trip thanks to my adventurously employed fiancé… and I can’t wait, especially now that I have a cute olympic t-shirt to wear around London!
I’ve been living in this t-shirt lately. It’s super lightweight, fits amazing and actually makes my pale skin look somewhat tan despite spending very little time outdoors so far this summer. Win, win and win.
A lot of my workouts have been indoors lately. The heat here in NC has been completely absurd. I can do a 95-degree run every once in a while but it’s certainly not something I want to put my body through on the reg. I’ve even grown tired of my sunrise runs, which have been in the mid to upper 70s & super sticky. You know it’s bad when I’d rather log some miles on the dreadmill than run outside!
I had planned to go to cardio pump class last night but when 3:30 rolled around and it was time to leave the hospital, I just wanted to get my workout over with and head home to relax. I busted out 40 minutes on the arc trainer and called it a day!
Breakast yesterday was a bowl of Greek yogurt & fresh berries. It really never gets old.
As an intern, I work for free, but I’m loving that I also eat for free! It’s so nice to roll out of bed and not have to think about packing a lunch every morning. We’re lucky because there are so many healthy options at the hospital, too. My pal Maria and I have split this tuna pita & a fresh salad a couple of times now. It’s the perfect lunch – we could probably eat it every day except for that whole mercury poisoning thing.
I’m still loving the fork dip trick, by the way. It’s second nature now!
Well gang, it’s time to get my butt to the hospital for another fun 8 hours in the surgical intensive care unit.
Have an awesome day!