I had to grab and go this morning so I grabbed this Strawberry & Cream Premier Protein shake from the fridge and drank it once I got to work and my stomach started talking to me. I did also have about a third of a 5hr Energy before I left the house but didn’t take time to scan or take a pic.
Snack Pt. 1:
Today was the celebration for July birthdays in my office so there was fruit and cake and, lucky for me, some cheese and summer sausage with crackers. I got some meat and cheese and ran quickly back to my desk before I got anything else.
Today I brought the last serving of the Beef Stroganoff I made last week for my lunch. If I ate the steak in little pieces it was easier to get down and otherwise was good. I had the Powerade Zero with and after my meal.
Snack Pt. 2:
The mid-afternoon slump hit me as I’m still catching up from two poor nights of sleep so I ran downstairs and bought a Cherry Coke Zero. I also had that cake on my mind so I had a few sugar free candies. A kind coworker also told me it wasn’t that good of cake so that helped too.
I did some running around after work, plus I took the train, so I got back near home pretty late and grabbed some BBQ on the way to the house. I only ate about half of the meat pictured and three wedges of the gouda, which I forgot to include in MFP. I also only had half of the soda.
My counts were really good today, with the total carbs only at 12, 4 of which were fiber, putting my net carbs at only 8g. Yay me. The highest carb item was the breakfast drink, which is why I really only do them when I’m crunched for time.
My steps were super good today, mostly helped by walking to and from the train station and the office. I also did some walking during the day and meandered a bit when leaving the office, as I wasn’t going to make the very next train and there was no big rush for the one after.
I weighed this morning, before I was even willing to turn on lights, lol. I’m partially recovered from my high carb Sunday but not quite back down to my pre-Sunday weight of 216. I’m getting there though and sometimes falling off that wagon helps remind you how important it is to stay on.