There was indeed another midnight snack yesterday, consisting of ham-wrapped chakalaka relish. Not too heavy, but I felt bad enough.
I ran out of grapefruit chunks for breakfast, and it was deeply upsetting.
I have a tendency to eat my sweet before my savoury at main-mealtimes. Possibly to justify ‘needing’ another sweet afterwards… which is completely illogical, but bear with me please.
Lunch. I am not much for dressing my food… probably because cooking for one is depressing enough.
This makes me think about the government’s 5-a-day suggestion. In theory, it does not take much effort at all: I admit that those broad beans are tinned, and I threw the cherry tomatoes into the pan whole, for convenience, and they are not expensive either. Perhaps those who complain about the “nanny state” are just being rebellious on purpose…
Erm… oh yes, the extra, post-savoury sweet.
Now, surely everybody HAS to refuel at some point in the afternoon.
Then I realised that dinner was going to be late again, and felt that I needed something better for my system.
I powerwalk for an hour every weekday, split into two halves, and always feel slightly hungry at the end of each walk. On my way home, I walk straight past both Asda and Lidl, and occasionally it is difficult to resist going in and purchasing some quick-fix dinner when I am tired in addition to hungry. Though I prefer my own version of the quick fix dinner.
…and the mandatory sweet.
Which was not enough.
Now I think we have seen enough food for today, but I better admit that I have just guffawed my last few dried apricots. Which may be a good thing.
Today’s food for thought: I generally attempt to operate on an energy out = energy in sort of diet, but am not a fan of going to the gym. I am more than happy to spend time outdoors, but as the weather gets colder, the desire to do so dwindles. Does anybody have any advice on DIY home exercise? Comment please!