Boring Day of Food


For the first time ever, I actually remembered to take pictures of what I ate on Wednesday! It will probably never happen again. It’s also not the most exciting day of eats, but some of the items should come as no surprise to you! So here are eats from April 4!


Oats with chia and granola, and a big ol’ cup of coffee with sugar free creamer and Splenda! It totally got me through the busy morning I had.


I had my leftover ghallaba pita, some hummus and bread for my lunch. Uh, can we say carblicious. I promptly worked out when I got home to avoid feeling guilt ;) But hey! At least the food got eaten and didn’t go to waste.


Fiberlicious and delicious, these Gnu Foods Flavor & Fiber bars are just what my afternoon need!

As if you didn’t already know ;)

After work:

April 4 was National Walking Day! After the workout, I did my cool down by taking the pup on a much needed long walk.

I think he appreciated it ;) Then again, walks are his favorite thing after fetch and food. It’s the little things.

…Well it was last week. This week it’s been cold, rainy and I even saw a few flurries on Tuesday. Gross. Make up your mind, Michigan!

After a quick shower, I got ready and headed downtown to have dinner with my girls and play music trivia like every Wednesday!

Walked by Faerie Village on my way to the restaurant. I’m sure you’ve seen pictures I’ve taken of the fairy doors around town. It’s probably one of the reasons Ann Arbor is so great! We have fairies living in our little city :) You can read more about the Urban Fairies here. It’s total cute overload ;)


Dinner was at Prickly Pear where I had the sweet potato enchiladas with black beans and rice on the side. I wasn’t a fan of the rice, but those beans are delicious! So were the enchiladas ;)

And just in case you guys don’t think all I ever drink is tea and water…I do in fact drink other things!

As always, if you want to join the party, head on over to Jenn’s blog to find out how! Happy Wednesday!

What’s the yummiest thing you ate over the weekend?

11 thoughts on “Boring Day of Food

  1. Helene Dsouza I Masala Herb

    hey coffa is always a must in the morning ( in my world at least). I like the oats and chia breakfast! do u think I could use falooda seeds instead of chia seeds?

    Aparna I always enjoy your posts, you always add a personal touch and gorgeous photos. you r very skilled and I like to see the world from your eyes.

    1. Aparna B. Post author

      You are too sweet, Helene <3 Thank you! I’m not sure what falooda seeds are, but I don’t see why you couldn’t use that instead of chia! :) Coffee has become a necessity for me in the morning haha.

  2. Alexis

    I love all your photography. GUSH It’s gorgeous! All of your food and places you’ve been look delicious! Ann Arbor seems like a place I need to visit!!

    1. Aparna B. Post author

      Eeps! Thank you Alexis!! Ann Arbor is a fun little city to live in. Incredibly green (we were voted most green city in the entire country!), big emphasis on eating organic and support local farmers. I love it:)

    1. Aparna B. Post author

      Aw thank you Diana!! That was actually with my phone! :) Those enchiladas are good, too. They have quite a bit of vegetarian stuff on the menu and yet I always get that. I go with the “order what you know is good” way haha.

  3. sarah @ sarah learns

    yum. everything looks good! i didn’t know it was national walking day last wednesday. good thing every day is walking day w/ my pups! haha. they stare me down in the evening until i give them a walk.

    also, i can’t let leftovers go to waste either. i hate wasting food!

    1. Aparna B. Post author

      I know that look you’re talking about. We can’t even say the word “walk” or he freaks out. So we say “dubs” when referring to what we’ll take him on LOL.


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