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My Week of Bad Habits

Saturday, May 18, 2013

So like i've previously mentioned, I've taken this week off of being good. I"ve had a weird work schedule and we have been going out to eat. I haven't gone super crazy any day but I've really looked back at this week and just saw the crap I was eating. I tried re-creating this Carne Asada Burrito I love very much but I cannot seem to re-create it.

I need to find some more foods to eat while at work. I just get tired of the same thing over and over again.
I've also been finding myself snacking a lot more. I think some of that is because I haven't had my oranges that I normally eat. I know I need to find more snacks and veggies I really enjoy. I've been eating hummus lately, but I like it with pita chips.

I always feel like I'm re-learning everything that I already know.

I think I'm just venting right now. Starting tomorrow, it's a new day. We're going to start eating healthier if it kills us lol. Just because I have to work doesn't mean I have to spend the whole night snacking.

Anyone reading this that maybe works 12 hour shifts? I need ideas on good meals to bring to work. And good snack ideas for low calories.
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    I always get tired of the same thing but I haven't made sandwiches in a while. Thanks for all the great ideaS!
    1649 days ago
  • FISHER011
    I used to work 12 hours shifts eons ago...Bless you! I always bagged my lunch, a bag could hold all my food!
    I packed sandwiches with protein & veggies-chicken or turkey,cheese...
    I would cook chicken or meat that was for the sandwiches for 4 days.
    I made deli style sandwiches, sometimes a pbj.
    Snacks- baked chips, pita chips, hummus, avocado,cheese sticks, pretzels, fruit, I love those baby bell peppers & fruits!
    1649 days ago
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