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Some days I feel like all I do is eat. 😅

Saturday, July 18, 2020


Even after all these years, I have not yet mastered balancing out my meals. I can stay in my ranges, but I often feel like I'm eating non-stop from dinner until bedtime. It's so easy to hit those calorie goals with junk food, but when you're eating healthier, it definitely seems like work most days. Here's what I did today: Breakfast: 1.5 cups of fresh cherries Lunch: cheeseburger made with 93% lean ground beef and a single, thin slice of muenster cheese. Topped with yellow mustard and a pickle on the side. Dinner: smoked turkey sausage, a huge salad, and some hummus with some awful tasting, gluten free crackers. 😂 Snack: protein shake The good news is that almost everything tasted great. The not so great news is that I'm still eating the bulk of my daily calories after 7. That's when I'm typically trying to catch up my carbs for the day because I have yet to outgrow my low carb habits from years ago. The bad news is that I still have a whole serving of those nasty crackers before I'm done with the box. 😂 What can I say? I'm a work in progress, and it's one day at a time for me. Progress, not perfection.
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  • TARATARA47
    I agree, sometimes food seems like a full time job. I hate having to THINK about it all the time, but if I don't I eat all junk....
    100 days ago
  • BLITZEN44
    You never know about low carb crackers until you try them! Sometimes they taste pretty good, but most of the time they taste like cardboard. Looks like you're doing a great job eating healthy...not a cookie in sight! emoticon
    101 days ago
  • EOWYN2424
    looks yummy!
    102 days ago
  • RALPHDB
    Good enough, enjoy.
    102 days ago
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