I get obsessed with things very easily. My husband calls it the *Chipotle Effect*
When I find something I love I go ALL in.
There was a period of time when I loved Chipotle. I loved it so much I ate it twice a day almost 5 days a week. [You can imagine what this did to my waistline.] Then one day I woke up and I HATED Chipotle. I never wanted to go there again. Hubby says it’s because I overdo things.
I think it’s because I become obsessed/addicted to things very easily. Those that I truly love stand the test of time[running] and others like Chipotle come and go.
I now can only stand to eat Chipotle about once a month, in case you were wondering.
What makes the tea even better is the little saying on the tea bag. Tea and food for thought all in one – YES PLEASE.
If you like tea and haven’t tried Yogi – I highly recommend it. [drinking some now as I type this post up]
Running this week:
10 easy treadmill miles yesterday. I loved reflecting on the fact that 10 miles seemed like an impossible distance once – now it’s an easy mid-week run.
16 long run treadmill miles today. Baby C woke up early so I did pre-school drop off this morning. Baby C then went down for a nap and I hopped on the treadmill to get my long run out of the way.[Miles and Chloe were at school] I’m single parenting it right now and was stressed about having to rely on friends in order to get this run in. I’m thankful I had not one but three different friends willing to help me out! Friends who run are simply awesome because they understand when you FREAK OUT about not being able to fit a long run in.
* I was not compensated for this post in any way. I have no affiliation with Yogi Tea and bought all the tea pictured myself.