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NOW Challenge, Friday

Friday, May 27, 2011

About 7:30 this morning:
I'm sitting in my island hotel, partaking of yet another mystery breakfast. I have no idea how I'm going to count these calories, but I will do my best. I was just happy to not be greeted by the two small fish with agonized expressions and fish eggs spilling out of their bellies. That breakfast is NOT my favorite! Sometimes, I wish for Eggs Benedict. I'm pretty sure this is healthier, though. Seven vegetables have made an appearance this morning.

Anyway, today's bad habit is something I'm a little bit worried about. I really like to snack when I travel. And I travel a lot. It's not so bad if I've prepared a healthy option, but today, I have nothing with me. There is one positive, though. Today, I am traveling in the early afternoon. Often, I have to travel through dinner time, when I haven't had anything to eat since lunch. But since my trip is earlier today, I should be able to resist. Mostly because I want to have a successful report when I transfer this to my blog.

I hope today's school lunch is anything but noodles. I'm becoming less and less of a pasta fan.

Evening update:
Things did not exactly go as planned. Guess what we had for lunch?? Yup. Pasta and giant loaves of bread. Blech. And guess what time I wound up going home?? Yup. Right through dinner time. A few positives - I was able to slip my whole wrapped loaf back into the serving container. Also, I did not have snacks while I traveled, so the day turned out to be a success despite the odds!

Member Comments About This Blog Post:
RISENABOVE 5/27/2011 12:23PM

    emoticon making the best of unplanned events, and NO snack!

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WINKERDINK 5/27/2011 12:17PM

    Good job resisting snacks today! emoticon

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