Weekly Wrap 80 Time To Relax

Weekly Wrap 80 Time to Relax

Welcome to the Weekly Wrap 80 time to relax, and this weekend’s focus was relaxation. See I do know how to relax sometimes. πŸ™‚

Before I go any further I’d like to… THANK YOU for joining us for the Weekly Wrap. This link up is to keep us all accountable in our active life. Training for a race? Just trying to keep active?? Recapping a race or a fun weekend? We want to support you in whatever you do!

We are continuing to have new linkers each week. I appreciate those of you who take theΒ time to join us. You may link up your posts with us, Holly from HoHo Runs and myself here at MissSippiPiddlin each week.

Weekly Wrap

My Weekly Workout Summary, goes something like this:

I had a pretty active week considering I ran both Saturday and Sunday in races. I rested totally on Monday and I only got 4000 steps for the whole day. I felt good on Tuesday and took it easy for 3 miles, made my only strength training session on Wed and then on Thursday I tried for a tempo run. I can tell even in my races, I’ve fallen short on speed work. I look back and wonder how in the heck I managed a PR back in December.

Mr. Sippi and I met my friend Tammy and her husband at the trails and we got in a various amount of mileage. I can sure tell we have not done these hilly trails in some time! She got in 7, me a little over 6 miles and Mr. Sippi an even 6. We all worked hard earning our breakfast.

Weekly Wrap 80 Time to Relax

Things that happened this week:

A EF-3 tornado hit New Orleans – On Tuesday morning a tornado hit very close to one of the RV parks we stay at sometimes. I still haven’t found out if Jude Travel Park made it.

I got in my first Blue Apron Meal box – Yea, our first meal we chose was Sicilian Cauliflower Pizza and while it was good, pretty darn good, all the prep work is not for me! The second dish we took with us to the campground and modified it into an Instant Pot meal.

You can tell I am not a food blogger but you can see it didn’t turn out quite as pretty as the picture. But the taste did not disappoint. I really did not know it wasn’t meat! Tasted so good!

Here’s the pork roast with vegetables and everything except the asparagus was in one pot. That means easy cleanup! I tell you if you can not tell, I am loving my pressure cooker.

Our whole meal was done in about 45 minutes from prep to cook to plate.

I took quite a bit of pictures this week of the sky. This one was at home and I was playing with the settings on my phone.

Snow Moon

Stargazers are in for a triple treat: Friday night will feature a type of lunar eclipse, the Full Snow Moon, and even a comet. You’ve likely heard of a β€œsupermoon,” when the fullmoon appears brighter than usual because it’s closer to Earth.

I didn’t see the comet πŸ™ But I was able to see the beautiful moon. Did you notice we are back camping? πŸ™‚

Weekly Wrap 80 Time to Relax

We decided on Friday to pack things up and head to the campground. This time we brought the kayaks and it was quite windy on Saturday but today was absolutely wonderful!

Weekly Wrap 80 Time to Relax

I think Wrangler was as happy to be out on the water as I was

Weekly Wrap 80 Time to Relax

On Saturday, we invited Tammy and her husband out to our camper to eat dinner. Mr. Sippi enjoys grilling and we had filets, asparagus and baked potatoes in the Pressure Cooker. It was a nice relaxing night to be out by the campfire.

If you peeked at my Instagram, you know it’s hard for me to sit still even when I’m trying to relax. It’s a nice day here and I’ve walked many loops around the campground, kayaked and even biked some.

I did get some time to recap the Louisiana 5k and half marathon weekend from middle of January. I hope you’ll check it out here.

Coming Up:

We’ve got a 10k coming up for us on the 25th, then for the next 5 weeks it’s going to get really busy with a lot of races and almost as much travel! Ahhh, yes indeed and I couldn’t be happier! Β I’m looking at running the Tuscaloosa Half, Montgomery Half, a half marathon relay with Mr. Sippi on the coast, back to New Orleans for the Best Damn Race and ending the streak with an anniversary trip to Raleigh, NC oh and yes running in the Rock n Roll Raleigh will be involved.

Yes, I know it is a lot but I’m going to take it easy (try too) in between and my goals on race day are to #1 have fun and #2 finish!

Is it hard for you to just kick your feet up and relax on your days off? What if it’s so pretty outside?

Did the weather allow you to see the Snow Moon?

I’m looking forward to enjoying my morning runs without having to drive here this week. I’m going to try to mix things up to keep it interesting so we’ll see.

What plans do you have for Valentine’s Day, if any?

Cheers,
Tr!c!@

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  1. You logged in a lot of miles this week and sounds like you have a lot of fun races coming up too. Glad to see you relaxing a bit too! Have a great week and thanks for the link up it’s fun
    Deborah @ Confessions of a mother runner recently posted…A New Training Plan-Weekly Wrap LinkupMy Profile

  2. I love the picture of your kayak on the lake shore! That’s begging for a motivation quote typed across the front of it! How fun that your pup gets to ride out on the water with you. I hope the RV park that you stay at sometimes survived the tornado. So scary!

    As always, thanks for the linkup!
    Debbie @ Deb Runs recently posted…Deleted Calendar, Snow Squalls, and Coming Full Circle To The Nike PegasusMy Profile

  3. Apparently, the comet landed right in Lake Michigan, here in Chicago! But I was asleep. I saw the story on the news the next morning!

    I’m so jealous of your kayaking! I can’t wait for Florida–I plan on renting some!
    Wendy@Taking the Long Way Home recently posted…Trusting the Process: On and Off the RoadMy Profile

  4. I wish our weather was a bit more mild so we could do more outside in the winter! Your pics look like so much fun! I love the kayak picture too!
    Gina recently posted…Grandma’s Marathon Training – Weekly Recap – Week ONE!My Profile

  5. That is a ton of races coming up!! I think you all are moving into that RV year round! πŸ™‚ Blue Apron does involve some prep work for sure- but it gives both of us something to do so I like that part πŸ™‚ Wasn’t it nice out there in your kayak? I love it! Keep working on that speed – someone has to push me thru New Orleans!
    Mary Beth Jackson recently posted…February Fun Weekly WrapMy Profile

  6. Relaxing in between all your races is smart! I checked out your Louisiana race recap. Congrats! It’s always awesome to have fun while doing well in a race! Are any of the races coming up a big/goal race? The photo of the lake and the kayak looks like a postcard!
    Jennifer @ Dashing in Style recently posted…Two Weeks of Balancing Change and RunningMy Profile

  7. What a great week! I can usually allow myself some real relaxation…but I feel guilty (sometimes) when it happens LOL We had dinner with some friends last night…probably that’s it for Valentines’ Day. Our PA daughter is in the area this week (doing some work at her company’s HQ nearby, so we’re probably gonna have dinner with her on Tuesday).
    Kim Hatting recently posted…Back outside…it never felt so good!My Profile

  8. Your relaxation week seemed very active! I have no problem taking a rest day – even on nice days. What I need to do is include more stretching and foam rolling on my rest days. πŸ™‚
    Clarinda recently posted…Week in Review – 2/12 + A GiveawayMy Profile

  9. I usually do pretty well relaxing on my days off..especially if they fall on a Sunday! Looks like a good week post- race. Sounds like you are going to have a busy spring with all of those races!
    Lisa @ Mile by Mile recently posted…5 Reasons to Love Running in FebruaryMy Profile

  10. I know you’ll enjoy your time at the campground this week. And those runs too! Your upcoming schedule is exhausting me a little. But, I know you’ll have fun at each and every race. I may have to invest in one of those pressure cookers. I do love a fast meal prep time. If only someone else would clean the kitchen.

  11. Looks like you had fun, super jealous of you getting out on the trails. It’s all snow here.

  12. We will be picking out floor tiles for our new kitchen – and might go out for pizza after. πŸ™‚ From what I’ve heard, Blue Apron is not for me, since I need super-fast meals for week nights. I hope that campground is OK!
    Coco recently posted…Playing Running Tour Guide In Washington D.C.My Profile

  13. I felt the same way you did about the Blue Apron meals. They are tasty but too much prep work for me.

    I hope your Rv park stay safe.

  14. Wrangler is such a cutie! I haven’t tried Blue Apron before, but I’ve done hello fresh. How fun to run on the trails with friends!
    Sarah @ Bucket List Tummy recently posted…Apple Cinnamon Potato BreadMy Profile

  15. Your upcoming schedule looks exhausting, but fun at the same time!
    vicki recently posted…Workouts – Last Week Today – February 12My Profile

  16. Sounds like you’ve got a pretty busy race schedule coming up!

    I’ve heard that Blue Apron requires a lot of prep. I love to cook, but the schedule’s not allowing for anything that can’t be done in 30 mins or less these days.

    Have a great week and thanks for the link-up!
    Michelle @ Running with Attitude recently posted…Weekly Wrap – Embracing the millMy Profile

  17. yikes , how scary about the tornado! I’m jealous of the time you get to spend outside (I’m hunkered inside in the winter) but not of a tornado.
    Thanks for continuing to share your pressure cooker experience — I am so seriously considering one!
    melissa recently posted…A Week in AtlantaMy Profile

  18. I’m not much for food prep either. I actually hate to cook, so cooking healthy is a real challenge for me!

    I have a lot of races on the calendar too…Gasparilla in two weeks, then the Sarasota 1/2 two weeks later, followed by Star Wars Dark side in April! And I just signed up for Rock n Roll NOLA full marathon for 2018 too! Oy vey! Race addiction is a real thing!
    Montana @ Pretty Lil Mudder recently posted…Gasparilla Amber Challenge Training Week 12: 2/6-2/12My Profile

  19. Double race days and an active week on top of that! You go, go, go girl!

    Love all your race plans too. They inspire me as I have very few race plans so far this year! Rest days are tough sometimes. Today the weather was gorgeous and I was so tempted to run BUT I know making time to rest will pay off in the long run.

  20. Nice job trail running! I want to do more trail running when the weather is better. That’s cool you have all those races planned. Great way to stay motivated! No plans yet for Valentine’s day. Hope you have a great week!
    Sherry recently posted…Vernonia Marathon Training Week 12 and Weekly Wrap (2/6-2/12)My Profile

  21. The moon was gorgeous on Friday and Saturday nights. I missed the comet though.

  22. Kind of tired just reading all your plans — but your goals are great. πŸ™‚ For me, it’s always finishing pain/injury free. Which is why I take training seriously — cause my body likes to have niggles even when I’m training properly.

    I’ll be super busy the next month, but with cleaning out my parents’ house. Not so fun. Gotta be done, though.
    Judy @ Chocolaterunsjudy recently posted…Devoloping Character: 1/30-2/5 Weekly WrapMy Profile

  23. What a great week of workouts even after racing on both Saturday and Sunday. Way to go!
    Kathryn @ Dancing to Running recently posted…Rock β€˜n’ Roll DC Half Marathon Training Log – Week 6My Profile

  24. I didn’t know you knew how to relax! LOL, I’m just kidding! I’m glad you got to enjoy some downtime. Getting a pressure cooker sounds more and more tempting…I hate how long it takes to cook sometimes, I just want to eat!
    Janelle @ Run With No Regrets recently posted…Love Run Half Marathon Training Week 6 RecapMy Profile

  25. You had such a great weekend!! We missed the comet too! it was very cloudy here this weekend!
    Ana recently posted…Weekly Wrap 2 12.17My Profile

  26. Sounds like a great week. Glad you got to relax some! Love the pic of the sky you took. I did not see the snow moon on Friday but Saturday night the moon was beautiful and looked orange. It was pretty neat! Wow your upcoming schedule sounds busy but fun! Exciting!!
    Sharon recently posted…American River Parkway Half Marathon Training Week 5: 2/6-2/12My Profile

  27. It looks like you had a great week and glad you got to relax some but also got some good workouts in. Your Blue Apron meal looks really delicious to me, even if the pic isn’t that great. I’ve never had cauliflower crust pizza but would love to try that. It is really hard to rest on beautiful days, I agree- for that reason I’ve started being a bit more flexible with my rest days, too.
    Amy Lauren recently posted…Weekly Rundown: February 6-12My Profile

  28. Oh my! A solid month (or two) of race weekends?? You’ve got way more energy than I do! Enjoy it while you have it …once Aunt Minnie moves in with you, you’ll need three weekends to recoup from one getaway! πŸ™‚

    Have fun camping and yakking!
    Teresa recently posted…This Week’s Gallivantin’: Changing GearsMy Profile

  29. We enjoyed our Valentines Date a week early, but I did pick up some scallops & we have venison filet to make a fancy dinner at home this week.

    Have you linked to your kayaks in the past? You seem to really enjoy them. Me and the Mr. want to buy them, or maybe even toss them on our wedding registry in case anyone feels compelled.

    Thanks for hosting!

  30. I didn’t know there was anything going on Friday, and I kept seeing pictures of the moon. I was confused. Then History was showing Apollo 13, so I just watched that.

  31. wow, you have got quite the busy busy schedule coming up! its sounds really exciting though!!!
    ive never tried blue apron but really want to!
    actually, my husband wants to try it-not sure if that’s a hint I’m not the best cook, lol!!
    melissa cunningham recently posted…HM wk 9- quality not quantityMy Profile

  32. I saw the huge tornado in LA on video πŸ™ I am sure you feel like that is a second home to you now. You sure are busy gal! I hope to get a good busy month going soon, but i have not been able to train regularly- very frustrating!
    I did see snow moon, but didn’t catch the comet or lunar eclipse. we did have some good sunrises and sunsets last week though πŸ™‚

  33. I love that you and your husband run so many races together!! Maybe when our girls are older I can convince my husband to do that. πŸ™‚
    Laura recently posted…A Utah marathon? Plus giveaway!My Profile

  34. I am truly awful at relaxing. It’s just not what I do. Even when I am doing nothing, I’m doing something.

    We had a tornado hit here and it was awful. I hope everyone by you is ok and that the campground was untouched.

    I miss kayaking! I’m such a sissy though – the water is still way too cold for it!
    Jenn recently posted…weekly wrap: 2.5.2017 – 2.11.2017 + publix savannah women’s half training week 1My Profile

  35. I want to try Blue Apron. Your pizza looked good! That picture of the sky is awesome!! It’s a little ominous looking. I love that your dog rides in the kayak with you. Mine would be swimming beside me instead! πŸ™‚

    • Ha when we went to the river and took the kayaks and my dog, he loved it. I did have a life vest on him just cause he kind of looks like he’s in distress when he’s swimming. He would swim by the kayak and i had him on a rope so I could reel him in if I needed too. But he did love being out there!
      Tricia recently posted…Weekly Wrap 81 RepeatMy Profile

  36. Our weather sadly did not allow for the snow moon.

    You are so busy and active. Where do you store all your energy?! I wish I could race and travel as much as you. Some day. πŸ™‚

    Nice week of workouts, Tricia!
    Rachel recently posted…I Love Running + Spring Training Week 6My Profile

  37. Good to know that the Blue Apron recipes were a little complicated. I’ve had a coupon forever but haven’t tried it yet. Your pizza does look great though!
    Jessica S recently posted…Weekly Wrap-Up: A little better, day by dayMy Profile

  38. Wow, you’ve ran a lot of races lately! I still have yet to try a cauliflower crust pizza – but if it’s too time consuming, I may pass on it. It won’t too far in the future I’d find a frozen cauliflower crust to try! πŸ™‚
    Elaine @myRUNexperiment recently posted…Obstacle Avoidance on the Big Rock TrailMy Profile

  39. after a busy weekend in NOLA and the half marathon, I also took a bit of a rest week but I am back at it this week!

  40. Tricia – I think you did an awesome job with your cauliflower pizza. It’s a recipe I would love to try! Congrats on an great active week despite racing Saturday and Sunday!! I can’t tell you how much I would love to run this hilly trail – the pics look so fun!! Have a great rest of the week!!! Thanks for the link-up!
    Ilka recently posted…Weekly Running Log – February 6thMy Profile

    • With a small town as ours I am usually in awe of all the nice places and things in other cities but I have to say we are very lucky to have trails like this in our area that we can access anytime. Thanks Ilka for stopping by.
      Tricia recently posted…Weekly Wrap 81 RepeatMy Profile

  41. Oh I love Blue Apron. I also like Hello Fresh. I like to cook but I hate the shopping process (and don’t have a ton of time to go looking for recipes and shop), so meal delivery is great. Sounds like you had a good week!

  42. Angela @marathonsandmotivation.com says:

    So glad to hear you got a week of relaxation in, but that included a half marathon too!! πŸ™‚ I have been curious about the Blue Apron meals and the cauliflower pizza sounds good, but hearing there is a lot of prep is interesting!!.I love all your pictures too, especially the one of you & Wragnler. As Always, I appreciate your support and linking up with Sunday Fitness & Food. Hope you had a Great Week!!

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