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Not a great day

Sunday, January 20, 2013

I've had a headache all day. I slept a lot. I went to burger king for lunch (ordered the veggie sammich and somehow got the fish. I didn't bother going back. Damn they put a lot of tartar sauce on that thing. Other than that, it wasn't terrible. Just not what I ordered.

For dinner I made cheeseburgers out of some waygu beef that was on clearance at the store. It was not amazing. Maybe it was just me. But it's supposed to be somewhat healthier. I was too lazy to piece out the burger on the food tracker, so I think it put my calories a little off from reality. But I don't know which way, and frankly... I don't care. Not today anyway.

I'm making Kodiak brand brownies for dessert. I'm rather surprised at how over in calories that tracker has me. That fish sammy was really calorific! I'm still having a brownie.

Oh, and it's that time of the month. I'm pretty sure that's the main reason I'm feeling all "off" and headachey and miserable. Chocolate is currently a necessity.

I expect I'll feel somewhat better tomorrow, and do better, too. It'll be an exercise day. That goes a long way to keeping me on track and perking up my mood.

Without the headache, today would have included SOMETHING. With it... I just want to lay down. :-(
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    Sorry to hear about the headache. I usually feel off at that time of the month too. I have to say I really struggled to get rid of a lot of fast foodfrom my diet. I would crave it, like a drug. It took some will power and educating myself about each fast food place I might stop at (i looked up the nutrition values for each to find the one or two safe things I could each without blowing my calories for the day) but now I crave a salad at Wendy's and not the burger and fries. Keep at it - it gets easier!
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