One of todayâ€™s meals:
It was a delicious meal!
I used to be a pretty dedicated daily food blogger. I blogged nearly every bit of food that passed my lips for a few years â€“ it sounds annoying and tedious, but it was actually pretty fun. And itâ€™s such a neat way to see how a person lives. You can tell a lot about a personâ€™s life by the food they eat, after all. I dropped daily food blogging when we started trying to get pregnant; I just knew it would be hard to hide a pregnancy when posting everything I eat (hmmm bagel-bagel-ginger ale-bagel â€“ I wonder whatâ€™s up?!). And then I never got back into the habit.
I am such. a. boring. eater. now. I said this in this morningâ€™s post, but so many of my meals are repetitive. Itâ€™s easier with Henry if I simply repeat healthy meals with only a few variations. So â€“ that being said, hereâ€™s what I ate today.
A peanut butter and jam sandwich, almonds, half an apple (it was squishy â€“ gross)
A salad with homemade bean dip sandwich (I combined sundried tomatoes, white beans, and a little coconut oil in the food processor â€“ easy peasy)
Iâ€™m left wondering what the heck to make for dinner. It probably shouldnâ€™t involve toast (already had six slices today; nothing wrong with toast but damn â€“ so reptitiveâ€¦) and should probably include a fruit and a vegetable. At least one vegetable! I must admit that I was definitely a healthier eater when I documented everything for the blog. I truly love eating healthy foods, but thereâ€™s nothing like putting it all out there on the Internet to motivate you to make the best choices possible.
This is my way of convincing myself to eat a healthy dinner, canâ€™t you tell?
What else did we do today? Well, we went to the childrenâ€™s museum with my friend Heather and Henryâ€™s future wife, Mirabelle.
The babies were looking at themselves in the mirror. Narcissists.
And then I headed to the office for a few meetings. Good times.
Whatâ€™s the best thing you ate today? That sammie was good.