This was my super delicious breakfast this morning
Wheat bagel thins, peanut butter, strawberries, and a little honey
Tomorrow I think I'm going to try the one with avocado and strawberries.
The Target Effect:
Target is a dangerous, dangerous place. I seriously went to Target to buy a card for one of my co-workers whose last day is tomorrow. Somehow, instead of the one card that I was there to buy, I ended up with three cards? After that, I decided to just browse through the clothes (what harm could that do?) and . . . bad things happened. And then I decided to just browse through the workout clothes and . . . more bad things happened.
This is what I went to Target for:
And this is what I came home with:
In conclusion, I went to target to buy a card that would cost ~$2 and came home with ~$62 worth of merchandise. (I really hope Husband was telling the truth when he told me he doesn't read this blog regularly).
I almost bought this card too, because I can relate, but I have one very small ounce of self-control
So, that's what I call the Target effect. You go there for one tiny thing and end up spending way more money than you intended to. Target is a bad, bad place, but I'll probably be back in two days max.
Run: 3 miles (29:30)
Weights @ 24 hr fitness: 40 minutes
I know I'm not the only one that suffers from the Target effect. How strong of a hold does Target have over you?
What is your favorite fruit or vegetable to eat this time of year?