We enjoyed a day together as a family - YWCA, Minnesota Children's Museum, get together with relatives. All good things. I tried to be prepared, packing snacks for the children and a lunch for myself, stopping at the Wedge for lunches for the rest of the family. Despite this recipe for success, my stomach didn't do great today. While I have yet to experience a true hunger pang this week, my gastrointestinal sweet spot is evidently a slave to my new eating schedule. Missing out on a proper lunch resulted in a bunch of weird snacking - it was veggies and fruit and nothing bad for me or violative of the W30 manifestos, just ill-timed and unsatisfying, resulting in a mildly upset stomach. Tea and chicken stock seem to be helping. I'm thinking an early-to-bed agenda might also be in order.
Today's food consisted of the following:
8 am breakfast: Blueberry Eggs. As close to French toast as I can get for a few weeks. I probably won't make it again. It was tasty enough and a good amount of interesting, but it seems I don't need fruit in the morning. I kind of missed my sauerkraut. Seriously. Who am I?
10:30 am post-workout: a few chia bites
12 pm lunch: 3 tuna-sweet potato cakes, an apple
Afternoon: a few chia bites, tiny amounts of celery, pineapple, tomatoes
5:15 pm dinner: spoonful of sun butter, leftover Asian slaw with leftover roast and green beans (a delicious combo), cuppa chicken stock
Having a plan, having readily available food in the refrigerator, and being home at meal times are all extremely helpful in following the W30 rules. Tonight I'm going to get on it. Goal: this week's going to be my best week yet.