Because I want to eat this Crustless Zucchini Quiche immediately!
-cooked veggies (I used zucchini and garlic. Anything works though. I love asparagus)
-2 large eggs and 4 large egg whites
-1 cup skim milk
-1cup shredded cheese (I used light tex-mex)
1. Sautée veggies, unless you are using leftover cooked veggies. Then use as is.
2. Mix eggs, whites, milk and half the cheese.
3. Put veggies at the bottom of casserole dish. Pour egg mixture on top. Then sprinkle remaining cheese on top of that.
4. Cook at 350 for about 50 minutes.
How something as small as picking the cheese off a slice of leftover pizza can fill me with so much self hatred.
It was the “crust” (like half the slice) that Lotte left over. I order Gluten free…light on the cheese and sauce…for myself. So I was picking the globs of extra cheese off Lotte’s. I usually dump it in the garbage disposal immediately after she is done with it. I could not stop myself from picking today. Which fills me with disgust at myself. Which is wrong.
I’ve been “maintaining” around 135lbs for over a month now, pretty easily. Which is totally what I was trying to do…but inside I am mad at myself for not continuing to lose. It doesn’t help that my friend who is almost my height went on a diet recently and is now about 15lbs less than me…she weighed less than me when she started her diet! In my head I know I worked hard to get to my current 135, and that it is a perfectly healthy weight that looks good on me (really, anything up to around 150 looks perfectly fine and “not-fat” on me) and that I can maintain without making myself crazy…but in my heart I hate myself for not having what it takes to be skinny and still being fat enough that women smaller than I am start diets.
I saw this commercial recently. I like it. I hate the “fat talk” that is often in my head. However, I also find it a bit ironic. I learned from Special K that if I eat their cereal I won’t be able to “pinch an inch” (I can!) and will look great in a tight red dress. I feel Special K commercials, focused entirely on promoting foods to make and keep women slender, have certainly done their part in promoting the fat talk!
Because my hair looks awesome, my eyes look super green, and I love my new powder foundation (NYX Stay Matte But Not Flat in Creamy Natural):
So it’s okay to dress in teenager clothes, right? Some super cute tops I’ve gotten from Aeropostale recently…all except the owl one are, in my opinion, perfectly adult looking for a mature woman such as myself! As for the owl, fun for weekends!
1. My birthday gift from a good friend:
That’s right, a bracelet…from Tiffany’s. One that I’ve been lusting for forever (I bet I can find it on a wish lost here if I look). A total surprise, far too generous and very appreciated!
2. Today’s outfit, because I like it. Fly London boots, 7 for all mankind jeans, Gap sweater, Urban Outfitters scarf and a pile of second days curls!