Breakfast: leftover wheat pancakes smothered in peanut butter, and coffee. I actually made the pancakes Monday night and had three for dinner. Waking up knowing I had the rest leftover for breakfast made it a lot easier to get out of bed.
|Butter and syrup? That's so last year.|
Second breakfast/snack: a KIND bar. These are my new favorite snack. I recently got a Groupon for an amazing deal on a big box of them, so I'm set for work snacks for a while.
Third breakfast? First lunch?: Bacon, egg, and cheese biscuit. This was the first of the free food for the day. Usually when there's leftover food from a class it's dry bagels and some fruit, so this was a huge upgrade!
Second lunch: Free leftover salad...with cheese AND salad dressing. Oh, the horror!
An hour workout: 40 minutes on the elliptical followed by weights and stretching
(No, this isn't food)
Dinner: Three scrambled eggs with spinach and onion, salsa, and toast with butter. I was annoyed my salsa kept making my toast soggy and I wished I had a divided plate...or just larger plates in general (perhaps proof that I was hangry). This was a "throw together whatever you can" meal since, like I said, I really need to grocery shop.
"Dessert": A glass of pinot grigio and two Dove peppermint bark candy things.
One thing I didn't add in is that I drank lots of water throughout the day, as I always do. I think I filled my water bottle up three times which would mean I drank 60 ounces of water yesterday. Yay me.
Ok, so I did learn something from this. I've got to get larger plates and bowls. Also? I need more bacon in my life.
What do you think you'd learn from documenting what you ate for a day?