Yes, juggling, and sometimes getting very tired...
Things I do:
- I cook beans once a week, a lot of them and then freeze them in small portions so I can use them for example in salads for lunch.
- I recently blogged about making the salad for lunch in the morning when I make breakfast so I don't let myself get too hungry postponing making lunch at noon.
- I make a lot of food myself these days that I'd buy ready made before. I don't eat a lot of bread any more, instead I make breakfast with nuts, flaxseeds that need to be ground, fruit that needs to be peeled and cut, and so on. I make green smoothies and salads and sometimes soup and I can't find the time to try out new recipes!
Because that requires studying the recipe, going out to the store to find products / ingredients I don't know, trying out the recipe, risk of failure, and so on... Sigh. Sorry, don't mean to complain. I am getting there, I think, but it takes time to get used to new things. And some things I may simply drop. For example I do use canned lentils now because they're delicious, with herbs, even though I would like to cook them myself. I had a period of not eating bread at all but sometimes it's just so convenient to have bread.
Not sure I can fit in more!
Don't use the food tracker, takes too much time and I use the metric system.
I have not done anything with the AA list except study it. The book Anticancer that I have provided a list of AA, or similar, foods and I used that to make a list that I hung on the door of my kitchen cabinet, to remind myself to buy and eat certain foods more often. That was about a year ago.
Edited by: CHRISTINASP at: 12/17/2012 (10:48)
Keep it simple.
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