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Eat your Veggies

Thursday, June 16, 2011

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I started off so well intentioned! Last night was pure craziness. A craigslist seller contacted me and said I could buy this enormous great tv and stand for $35 but I had to go get it THAT night. So we did. Straight after work (no snack). I was tired from lifting the heavy thing and feeling shaky by the time I was driving back home so I stopped to grab a sandwich. That was fine! It was great and not bad at all. After I was feeling better I cooked up some stirfry and brown rice for lunch for today and tomorrow. I did well.
This morning I woke up feeling pretty exhausted (I just found Teen Mom on streaming netflix=late night). I wasn't in the mood to eat so I just had some toast and took off. I was hungry when lunch time came around and I scarfed my veggies and rice..big mistake. emoticon
Vegetables have a tendency to give me a terrible stomach ache when I eat them on an empty stomach. I always need to have them with a carb or a slice of cheese. One would think the rice would have taken care of this, but no such luck.
I did NOT get french fries
I DID get pretzels...and a gew M&Ms from a friend. I am frustrated that I wasn't able to follow through with my plan for the day.
I'm thinking for dinner I'm going to keep it simple with some soup, bread and cheese.
I'll stay within my calories. I just wish I was eating better food. I haven't gone over calories at all this week actually, and I haven't been trying! The problem is that it's junk.
My body needs veggies...It needs whole foods..It's just going to take time to REALLY get back into it.
Tomorrow I'll pack a snack so I don't eat lunch on an empty stomach.
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