9am - 2 PC Ezekiel bread w/ PB and 0% fage yogurt w/ fresh raspberries and blueberries and cinnamon. 1 cup coffee w/ unsweetented vanilla almond milk
1pm handful of almonds
2pm 1 cup chicken noodle soup, 1 large piece of baguette w/ butter and a huge green salad (kale, spinach, watercress, cucumbers and lentils w/ green goddess dressing and almonds)
4pm - latte with whole milk, no sweetener
6pm - handful of almonds
7:45pm - 2 PC chicken with olive oil and spices. Salad with water crest, spinach kale and butter leaves, pumpkin kernels,. Fire roasted corn and celery with Annie's lemon dressing. Small side of brown rice (I know, too late in the day - but my meal felt incomplete --emotionally maybe?).
Timing was way off today. Sundays are harder for me as they are my days to be with friends and family and eat and socialize and nap and be off my rhythm. Especially as Sunday mornings I'm at church from 9-12 - I just forgot to bring my bad of snacks with me.
2 liters of water - when you say you want me to drink more water - how much more?
Is it realistic for me to say M-F I'll be super on it - and weekends are are but more flexible with the basic principles and lots of veggies still, but more lax on some of the items? Or do you think that's not sustainable?