So much food. So much food.
My fridge is now full of chocolate and dips and my cupboard is full of chips. I have diet coke in the fridge – it’s the first bit of softdrink I’ve had in there for a long time.
Pre-brunch = yoghurt and a handful of M&Ms
Brunch today = veggie omlette with some home fries and a green tea
Snack = low-sodium chips and low-fat dip
Dinner = pasta and a glass of wine (+ half a small breadroll)
NOTHING on plan. Not enough water drunk. No activity.
I’m not talking good or bad food because I refuse to categorise food like that, but I know that eating like this does not make my body feel great. I feel bloated and uncomfortable. I feel tired.
I need to get back on track tomorrow, parents or not. Just because they’re on holiday does not mean I’m on holiday. One ‘off-plan’ meal or snack a day is one thing, but all day? No way. If I’m determined to make good choices in life, I need to stick to good choices all the time. I’m not angry or disappointed – no judging myself, ‘cos I don’t think that’s productive – but I need to step up and realise that every day is a new day and every day needs to be a good day.
In other news, my mother bought me a sushi maker-thingie so once I buy some nori and sushi rice, I’m all for making my own sushi! YAY! I love love love sushi and it’s so healthy too – okay, except for the rice, but that’s not too bad in the scheme of things – and I do spend a LOT of money on sushi every week so this will be a money saver. PLUS she brought a whole lot of my skirts from back home so I feel like I have a whole new wardrobe (that needs a little bit of alteration thanks to the whole losing weight thing) but that’s awesome so I don’t need to shop (okay, but maybe I WANT to shop!) so that’s a money saver as well. Plus I feel more like … well, ME. And that’s DEFINITELY a good thing.