Yesterday, was another day spent out and about after a brisk morning jog through the park. I've been trying to find out where I prefer running the most. If I run around the entire park I know that I'll end up doing more exercise, but my body isn't always feeling up to it. Last time I did that I ended up walking most of the time. I enjoy walking, but when going out for I run, I'd prefer to spend most of my time doing just that, running! Anyway, I decided to make my own route and ended up running for about half an hour, quite a bit less than a full loop around the park, but the majority of the time was spent running, so I'm cool with that.
the face of success :)
After the run came breakfast, which I spent most of my run debating...of course. I ate a bowl of siggi's pomegranate and passion fruit yogurt with a handful of kashi go lean cereal and a crumbled up Clif Z bar. There was also a bowl of berries on the side. Definitely got my day started on the right foot!
Then it was time to go to Union Square to go to the market. I had a couple of things I wanted to do before then, such as find some filofax paper, a refill for my pen and pick up somethings from Whole Foods. During my wee errand running session, I also stopped at City Bakery for a cappuccino.
I also enjoyed a bit of a peanut butter cookie. City Bakery has some of the best peanut butter cookies I've ever tasted, I always have to get one if I go there. People may love City Bakery for their hot chocolate, but if you ask me, these cookies are really the unsung heroes.
I ate the middle and saved the rest for my dad, it has the best texture!
Then after a brief preliminary walk through the market, my mom and I met up with my dad for lunch at nanoosh, a nearby hummus restaurant. They have several locations through the city and I'd been wanting to try it out ever since I had read about it on other blogs.
I had the hummus platter with onions and mushrooms, it came with two whole wheat pitas
My mom got the hummus and mushroom wrap with quinoa salad,
I had a bite, so good!
Finally, we did get some flowers for our window boxes, which will soon be planted. I used to never care about flowers or decorating, but after living in halls I definitely appreciate the warm touch they bring to a home!