2013 Reindeer Run 10k
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Hi, I'm Erika. I have only one goal as of today, that's to get back on track and get healthier a little more everyday.
today: goal met
Be a positive role model for my daughters,
Have more energy,
2009 Minutes & Miles
322.09 MILES Walked
2010 Minutes & Miles:
239 MILES Walked
2011 Minutes & Miles:
240.8 Miles walked/ran
2012 Minutes & Miles:
227.59 Miles walked
2013 Minutes & Miles:
9,000+ I think, it disappeared on me though.
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| current weight: 268.4
I'm glad you're here, too. Let's kick this shift!!!
559 days ago
HAY GIRL HAAAAY! So happy to see you! How are things going?!
758 days ago
No new updates since you got your fitbit? How is it going?
764 days ago
Ha ha, I miss you too. I was stalking your page a few days ago.
I am easing back into sparking. I gained 10 lbs over the holidays but back down 4 so I am only 6 away from my low. Sparking helps keep me motivated. You will see me around more.
883 days ago
Oh my goodness I just actually went "ooooo" out loud at your verde chili recipe! YES PLEASE!
SO the veggie soup was an improv on my part but it goes like this:
(These are the veggies I had on hand, I'm sure you could do whatever!)
- BIG bag of frozen mixed peas, carrots, beans & corn (I'd say it was probably the size of 2 of those frozen steamer bags)
- Can of chickpeas, drained and rinsed
- Handful of mushrooms, chopped
- 1 large onion, chopped
- A whole bunch of minced garlic
- A bunch of spinach, stems removed (I'm sure a whole bag of frozen chopped spinach would work too)
- 1 green pepper, chopped
- 6 cups of veggie or chicken broth (I had 3 veggie and 3 chicken on hand lol so mine was a half and half)
HOW TO: Saute onion and minced garlic in the bottom of a big pot, add the green pepper and saute some more. Dump in frozen veggies and stir a little, dump in everything else and here I added a little bit of Old Bay and red pepper flakes. I wanted it spicy so I added quite a bit of red pepper flakes, and just a little Old Bay (its salty!) Empty all of the liquids into the pot, add the spinach and stir (it will wilt) and bring to a boil. Reduce heat and let simmer. I think I left mine simmering for about 45 minutes.
I just ate it for lunch and although it is just veggies, the beans and spinach make it pretty filling! Sorry I don't have exact numbers on the spices but I know my level of heat does not equal others preferences so you could really just add like salt & pepper if you wanted! Good luck!!!! I cannot WAIT to make your chili!!!!!!!
914 days ago