*Beware, totally random post written between setting a business plan and drafting a HR dissertation, all for my evening classes final – don’t expect anything coherent and super wise*
I would love to tell you that Emma’s post on eating more when practicing yoga got me thinking and that I came up with deep thoughts on diet and yoga and that I now am a great swami and can start a yoga style of my own.
Oh yeah, I would love to tour the world promoting my style and books and make major bucks out of it and inspire people.
But I will not tell you this, because it didn’t happen. I will only reiterate my love of food and say it loud: I like food, food tastes good (maybe not “greasy burgers greasy fries”, but you get the idea).
I have a healthy balanced vegetarian diet, making sure I eat enough to get me going through the crazy days of work/evening classes/yoga practice/workouts/what’s left to live. But first and foremost, I eat food I love, I don’t eat food I barely enjoy just because “it’s good for my health”. I eat to live and because I love it 🙂
This is my plate from yesterday evening, after working out. Yes I devoured it all. And then I had a small pack of dried mango. And some chocolate. Because I’m worth it.
Enough with the randomness, I have to get some work done. Or yoga. Or work. Or yoga.
*EDIT: yoga 1 – work 0*