Day 7 Complete!

I submitted my blog post too soon yesterday. Precisely 3 hours after I finished my dinner, I got a horrible stomachache that was so achy my shoulders started to cramp up. I was playing Rummikub with mom, but I wanted to be in fetal position for the pain, so I sunk down into my chair and chose tiles with my big toe. Classy. But hey- I still won all 3 games against her.

Today I slept in and woke up at 8:00 am, so I actually slept about 9 hours which was nice. I didn’t have to nap today- not that I would have had time anyways. I went downstairs, took 2 VSL#3 pills, and then hung around in our living room. I started to get hungry, so I knew I needed to put carrots in the oven to bake into carrot fries. I prepared carrot sticks with olive oil and salt and put them on a baking sheet. While I waited for them to bake, I refreshed my memory a little on what I read in the book Intuitive Eating and also checked all of my social media. My mom then asked me when I was going running. That’s when I realized I totally forgot I was going to do that today. It’s sad when you haven’t exercised in so long that you actually forget to exercise. Hopefully tomorrow I’ll feel okay enough to at least try and run for about 20-30 minutes.

At about 9:30 am my carrot fries finished baking, so I quickly scrambled up my egg whites and heated up my ground turkey meat. The carrot fries were… okay. I normally love them, but I think I was missing my zucchini noodles, and some of the carrots I used may have been bad, because a few fries tasted funky. I even had to spit one out.

My mom and dad were meeting with an architect today, so I headed up to my room and busied myself by watching Locked Up Abroad on Netflix. My roommates are going to log on and wonder who the heck was watching that. Afterwards, I headed out to a doctor’s appointment. I wasn’t hungry enough to eat before I left, but I made sure to pack myself something. In a tupperware I put spinach, swiss chard and bok choy mix, 1 chicken breast, 1 cup of frozen blueberries and salt and pepper. I also packed balsamic vinegar to add later, and half a chicken breast and a 1/4 of dried strawberries for a snack later.

I arrived at the doctor’s office about 15 minutes early, and even though I wasn’t hungry, I ate; I’ve learned from past experience that doctor’s are hardly ever on time. My appointment was at 2:00 pm, but who knows when I’d actually be seen. I was right. I wasn’t seen until about 2:50 pm and the appointment lasted maybe 15 minutes tops. I’m definitely glad I ate before or I would have been ravenous. I finally left the doctor’s office around 3:30 or so. I then had to go grocery shopping and while shopping I snacked on that half a chicken breast.  I finally arrived home at 5:40 pm.

I then prepped my zucchini noodles for my breakfasts and helped my mom make dinner. I wasn’t hungry, but we were having zucchini noodles with dinner. Who can refuse that? I certainly didn’t, so I had tons of lemon and basil zucchini noodles and 3 chicken tenderloins around 6:30 pm. I then did the dishes, walked my dog, started my laundry, and settled down to watch Mystery Diagnosis on TV when my parents arrived home from a golf cart ride and told me were watching Anna Kerinina. I’d never even heard of it, but it came out about a year ago and it has Kiera Knightley and Jude Law in it. The cinematography and set was amazing, but it was slightly hard to follow at times. I probably would’t watch it again, but some of my favorite actors from Downton Abbey were in it! I can not wait for the next season to come out!

While watching it I started craving superfood trail mix. It’s made my Navitas Naturals and has goji berries, mulberries, and golden berries in it. Add in some raw cocoa nibs and you are set to go. Oh well, I’ll get over it.

Now, there is this crazy awesome storm here and I’m about to fall asleep.

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2 responses to “Day 7 Complete!

  1. Hahaha I know right?! I freaked out on the last episode of season 3.

    I make my own zucchini noodles. Cut the ends off the zucchini, wash them, and then take a julienne peeler and peel them until you get down to the core with the seeds. I then sauté them in a pan with lemon juice, salt and pepper. Tastes better with garlic, but I don’t eat garlic anymore. You don’t need to spray or oil the frying pan ahead of time, because zucchini release a lot of water, and as they cook they will become soft from their own juices. Cook until soft and very noodle like! Enjoy!

    • I about cried. Never have I loved a character so much as him… He was just good the whole time. Anyway…

      Omg I’m totally going to go buy a julienne peeler this weekend! Seriously, how do I not already have one of these?? Thanks!

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