Have you ever pondered upon the thought of over-analyzing? Now, that's an accomplishment! You have definitely pushed the limits when you start over-thinking the actual act itself. Bravo, homo sapiens, you shall die happy. Mostly, I am accused of NOT thinking things through; however, being mortal, I have fallen prey to the evil of over-thinking. Regardless, simplicity in thought is a wonderful thing and I aspire to "un-complicate" my thoughts quite often. I tend to cook, workout, run, blog, and engross myself in work. When these activities fail, I turn to the best remedy for mindful living, yoga. I don't practice yoga regularly, so I shall not speak of it. However, I have learned the art and I do lean on it when my Limbic system takes complete control of all logical functions. If you have no idea what I am saying,"google" the human brain and its function. Nevertheless, I shall describe two activities that I do practice regularly, cooking and running. The result of the former activity led to a simple pasta dish. As for the later activity, I am training for a half marathon in Moab, UT.
Boil whole wheat linguine or spaghetti
Once the pasta is cooked, drain the water, leaving a little water in the pot
Chop yellow zucchini, green zucchini, and green beans
Add your veggies to the pot
Add 2 Tbs of Olive Oil, crushed red peppers, salt, black pepper, and Italian seasoning
Turn the heat off and add beet greens and grated Parmesan cheese
Happy Runnin' Y'all!