Archives for: January 2005, 07
Lunch worked out well, with no avoids. It's been a very busy day for me, as I've been working full time today and taking care of the little one. Lots of to-dos, but I still made time for lunch. I fell back on my salad kick, and had a big salad with a little more avocado, and sardines, and of course the lemon/oliveoil dressing. It could get boring, but spring greens never get boring (the day Costco started selling the organic spring greens was a good day for my diet, the dandelion and frisee are my favorites, radicchio is still a bit too bitter for my tastes.)
The junk food in the house still called my name, but I didn't answer it. Instead I mixed up some dark chocolate and glycerine, with a sprinkle of almond meal on top.
My son is eating well enough now that I don't need to have junk around just to get him to eat something...I'm contemplating tossing it. It probably doesn't even help him grow, even though it's fattening. When he'll eat yogurt, avocados, turkey meatballs, peas...who needs fritos?
Off to drink a big glass of water and try some of that chocolate, and maybe I still have time to get some treadmill in before he wakes from his nap.
Just One Day...I did it!
Phew...I made it through the day without eating an avoid. My dinner was a bit sad as I hadn't thawed out any meat. Ended up having canned salmon on rice cakes with a little lettuce on top. Tomorrow my meat will be thawed though! I always have too much meat thawed, or not enough, never just right. The chocolate, while compliant, wasn't the best choice; same goes for the sparkling pear juice. Those coupled with lack of meat and I ended up with a bit of a tummy ache. I took some DGL and that helped.
I never got my treadmill time, but am making time for a bath now, before bed. I figure it will do me some good and help me sleep. Today was a bit of a daze, as I got woke in the night and had trouble getting back to sleep, then I decided not to let my son sleep in (or myself), so for a busy day, it has been tiring. At least I did it...the withdrawal should start decreasing and I can get back on track!