two weeks without internet & easy baked veggies.

I haven’t had Internet in my apartment for a week, and I’ve got another week and a half to go. I never thought I’d be happy about that. Then again, I never thought I’d be happy drinking black coffee but, alas, I tried Paleo this year and now I can chug it with a smile on my face.

The Internet in my apartment has been spazzy for awhile, but instead of getting it fixed, we decided to leave it and save money since my roommate and I are moving out soon. I go to Starbucks when I need to but not having wi-fi forces me to calm the heck down for ten minutes.


Last night after work I managed to get a 25-minute HIIT workout done. I could barely keep my eyes open on the drive home, so I was pretty proud of myself for just getting that ish done. Then I relaxed and read my book while dinner cooked.

Oh. Dinner… (Well, part of it. The best part.)

baked veggies
The more colorful the better.

Baked veggies are my specialty because they’re one of the easiest things on the planet to make. I’m already excited about leftovers today.

How I do it:
*what you’ll need: 3-4 zucchini, 3 yellow squash, 1 red bell pepper, 1 green bell pepper
*toss veggies in evoo and place on a few cookie sheets
*season with garlic salt and pepper
*bake at 375 for about 40 minutes

I felt bad for awhile since I wasn’t working all night. But then I didn’t because that’s not the balance I need or want right now. Instead, I watched a movie, foam-rolled, and fell asleep with the book on my face. <– Exactly how it should be.

Ever go without Internet? What did you have for dinner?


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