So, it’s almost time for finals and I am doing everything I can to NOT stress eat. There is nothing that makes me happier than a big, fat delicious homemade salad. Seriously, I dreamed of this sexy thing all day!
Kale mixed with walnut oil and balsamic, red peppers, heirloom tomatoes, chickpeas and nutritional yeast. The best!
And now, back to studying.
It’s a freezing, extremely windy morning in NYC. I would like to report that those factors did not stop me from walking my booty to the laundromat to wash my toppling pile of dirty clothes, but alas, it did. Usually I multi-task laundry and the gym because they are located just a block apart, but no laundry equalled no gym. I did, however, wake up before the birds at 6am, meditated, roasted an acorn squash with coconut oil cinnamon and brown sugar (the best winter snack!), and completed my Chemistry homework. Not bad for a Saturday morning.
With my busy schedule, Saturday mornings are typically the only day of the week that I don’t have to wake up crazy early and rush to the train. I love to lounge and create some sort of amazing breakfast on these days. Schoolwork is more exciting with a delicious meal involved.
The first paper for my Human Nutrition project is due at the beginning of March. I actually LOVE research, it is fascinating to me. We were given many topics to choose from. I’m debating between:
- Are soy products good or bad for your health?
- What are the benefits and risks of a Vegan diet?
- Is high-fructose corn syrup worse than other sugars?
- Are organic foods really healthier than those that are conventionally grown?
I’ve already researched some of these topics over the last 6 years, after I first decided to adapt to a Vegan diet (I am not currently Vegan). Not sure what I will decide on, but I am super excited to be researching and writing about things that I am passionate about! Nutrition nerd 🙂