Yesterday was a bad food day for me.
I overloaded on a heavy Taiwanese bento (mm, deep fried king oyster mushrooms I heart you).
And then we went home, took a nap (I heart naps), and went back out for a coffee.
And yes, coffees now always come with a piece of heavy chocolate cake and whipped cream (I heart chocolate frosting).
Later, Steven and I watched the Australian Open men's final and I ate a bag of chips (Doritos, I heart you).
By now you're wondering what I don't heart (or you want to punch me).
I don't like this hurricane-y weather we've been having (though the view is really nice).
This is basically my view every day for my morning Ashtanga. That's Central station in Sydney.
Speaking of which, it was painful and stiff today, like I had been running a 10K or something (which I haven't, really!).
My knees both popped, my left wrist lost feeling for a moment, my hips felt like they were pummeled. I even stopped before drop backs to check if today was a moon day and I should stop this madness immediately (it isn't...sigh).
I think diet affects us more than we realize, especially when each morning demands that your body bend (forward and back), twist (Marichiasana D, I do NOT heart you), and hold (friggin Navasana impossible lift ups).
Something as simple as Doritos, chocolate cake, and oversleeping can really mess you up.
Well, tomorrow's a big day for me. My first day of work, a trial yoga class at a new studio, and everything in between! I'm going to eat right today and get my energy up for tomorrow.
What foods make you feel like a 92-year-old hobo that just woke up from a night on a park bench?