Two new routines:
#1: I started pumping twice at work instead of 3. I started doing it one day that I had too many meetings so I couldn’t lock in myself in the office for 30 min 3 times a day. I got 11 oz. instead of the usual 12oz. It was liberating. I am not worried about supply drop because Sofia is drinking twice a day, 12 oz. max. I think pumping once a day is not too far away either. 😆
#2: I started reading 1-2 hrs at night after putting Sofia to sleep. Previously I’d spend that time watching TV series or just ipadding. Although it was relaxing too, reading fulfilled me more. A good book, a couple of tea, a perfect way to end the day. I finished this book and enjoyed the read.
I learned few things such as we, women are not more risk averse than men, we simply make more rational choices than men; if you have a daughter, send her to best schools, if you have a son, do not send him to a competitive environment.
Two macro meals that I ate
1. kabocha, sauteed mushrooms, tofu and bok choy in a tahini-maple-lemon sauce, brown rice with red quinoa
2. red cabbage, oyster mushrooms, tofu, onion in tahini-maple-lemon sauce, seaweed salad
red quinoa and brown rice
Saturday: trip to the farmer’s market. Sofia in the new Uppavista G-luxe . We got it for the upcoming trips. She seems comfortable in it. Mom and I really like the stylish look, lightweight, simple folder, stand-alone features.
Tj’s & WF
- baby yogurt
- soy yogurt
- almond milk
- golean cereal
- organic kale
- organic trio pepper
- sugar-free chocolate
New products: tj’s green lentils
I want to remake some of the macro recipes from this book
From the farmer’s market
- organic lettuce
- organic apples
- organic cucumber
- organic strawberries
- organic tomatoes
From asian market
- brown rice
- oyster mushrooms
- frozen squid
- bok choy
- sweet potato
Fun finds: Taro Mochi
Chinese mini cakes
Creme de Pirouline (my mom’s favorite!)
Chinese pickles that I have mentioned many times
and lastly KABOCHA HAUL!!!
they were on sale so I had to get 10! 😆
Someone is sitting better and better each week. 😉
Q1: What do you try to buy in farmer’s market? For me, eggs from happy chicken.
Q2: What are you reading? Book suggestions are always welcome.