It is SO HOT in Florida right now — I think it reached 95 degrees today!
OVERHEATING. Our car does not have air conditioning!! It’s like sitting in a hot coffin at traffic lights.
The Kashi Go Clean cereal I ate around 3 kept me full for HOURS. Like, freakishly full. It was so fiberous; the thought of putting more food in my belly was painful.
I did snack on Baked Lays around 8:30 while at work.
Example of how being a vegetarian is hard: the cafeteria had a variety of tuna sammies, chicken Caesar salads, and turkey wraps. My vegetarian options were muffins, cookies, chips, and granola bars. The thought of more fiber made me ill, so I went with the potato chips.
I got home at 10 PM and ate this:
A squishy piece of whole wheat bread with pasta sauce and cheddar cheese, all broiled together like a pizza. And a bunch of cucumbers.
Your earlier comments in response to my acknowledgement that I’ve found managing eating healthfully with working two jobs to be difficult were really nice. Thanks for your support.
Being a food blogger is kind of funny because you OBVIOUSLY think "What are people going to think when they see this meal?" Also, I understand that not everyone reads all three of my posts each day, so they might just see a tiny dinner and think I’m eating poorly. As a result, I feel pressured to eat "complete dinners" when truthfully, "complete dinners" are just not working for me right now. It makes more sense for me to front-load my calories during the day because sitting down to a real dinner just isn’t going to happen!
Point is that there are many different ways to eat, and these ways work differently for different people at different times in their life.
Time for bed! Check out Angela’s Shop 4 a Cause — it’s tomorrow and all proceeds go to the Canada Cancer Society!