I’ve got my eye on a 6 am yoga class so I’m keeping my fingers crossed that Adam’s got an early bedtime going tonight. The chance of me actually making it to 6 am yoga is about 50%, but if I make it I’ll be 100% happy.
This morning’s bowl of oats did not hold me over; I think the banana helps with satiety more than I realize. My stomach was growling within an hour! I ended up serving myself a small scoop of leftovers.
Plus a few big bites straight from the container. And a glass of chocolate milk.
1 cup of skim milk with 2 Tbsp of chocolate syrup, over ice.
When I was a kid I would always serve my milk, chocolate or otherwise, over ice.
I went to school early to get some stuff done in the library. On my walk, I stopped at Ashker’s for a double espresso.
With milk (cream?) and sugar.
It was so thick. Ashker’s has not served us wrong yet!
School went well, I had a meeting after class and set up a meeting before class, so if nothing else I was productive. And I got my copy of the Dietetics Newsletter … with an article by ME in it.
It’s possible I talk about the banana’s jacket (aka peel).
It was super cool to see my name “in print.” One of the things I want to do with my degree is get freelance jobs writing articles for health and wellness magazines. Or have my own column some day!
It worked out very well that I left my car on campus, because I ended up having to run a few car-necessary errands on my way home. While I was out and about I picked up a peanut butter swirl brownie to split with Adam.
My half –
It wasn’t very good. Boo. Ever since the Co-op stopped selling that candy bar I was obsessed with I’ve been disappointed with them.
I had a salad of Romaine lettuce, sliced cucumber, and thousand island dressing.
And dinner was pizza.
Buffalo chicken pizza.
And it was so dang good that I went back for a third slice later on!
When I put pizza on the meal plan I forgot that I would have nothing to dip my crusts in. The horror! For the next two weeks I’m going without diet soda. The horror! As an assignment for school, we had to choose an item that we regularly consume to stop eating for two weeks. Since part of our career will involve counseling patients who may no longer be able to eat certain foods, our teacher wanted us to experience what it was like to give up a favorite. I’ll be honest, if I had known what the assignment was beforehand I probably would have picked a different item!
Have you ever stopped eating a certain food? Why’d you give it up? How long did you go without / has it been since you’ve had it?
This will be the first time for me, other than our past 2-week to 1-month vegan challenges. And speaking of which, we are doing another vegan challenge this February. I’d love to have any of my omnivore readers join us!