I’m still having trouble staying on plan due to the extreme work load I’ve had lately. I love having this many client matters and I find it very interesting, but it gives me good excuses to eat fast food or chips or other things when I work so late and am rushing from meeting to meeting.
Like Friday, I had teleconference, then court, then a meeting, so it was just after 5, and I was leaving my client’s offices, she was staging her daughter’s Girl Scout cookies for selling door to door. I had already ordered 4 boxes and had them go to the Troops – good way to support Girl Scouts, and our Troops and not eat all that sugar! But, unfortunately, she had plenty of extra boxes and I bought 3. Then, I was so hungry while stuck in rush hour traffic that I, of course, broke into a box!
This was just one instance of many this past couple of weeks where I totally fell off the wagon.
But, I am going to keep on trying until I get back on track for good.
I woke up this morning feeling horrible, headache and all. This is what I felt like all the time before we started this, and now, I guess, my several months of transgressions are really catching up with me.
So, I will try to eat one day at a time. …
I was feeling so bad this a.m. that I didn’t feel like eating until about 1 p.m. We worked today, and on the way in, we stopped at a Vons and they had Sarah Lee meats in the deli instead of Boarshead. I got the oven roasted turkey and it was really good. When I finally felt like eating, I made a nice salad with Romaine, mini bell peppers, cherry toms, cukes, green ripe olives and I shredded the turkey on top. I used about 2 TBS of Light House Big Blue blue cheese dressing:
For dinner we reheated grilled burgers with caramelized red onions, and I sautéed sliced up Brussels Sprouts in just butter and salt. It was SOOO good. My Husband and I have always thought we hated Brussels Sprouts, but over the Holidays we had them a couple times made in fancier ways and they were good. So, I wondered what it would taste like if they were made in a simple way: