Today, my focus was on eating slower. This is a real challenge for me. I noticed that I can finish my food in less than 5 minutes. Yes, really only 5. I have not perfected it yet. I know that overtime I will improve as long as I keep on trying. I am spending less time in the kitchen. Food is lasting much longer. This is going to definitely save me time & money. Eating smaller portions does not mean that I am starving myself. I make sure I give my body the nourishment it needs. I tell myself if I get hungry in an hour or so, I can have something to eat at that time. My goal is to reprogram the muscle memory of my stomach. (Huffingtonpost article)
Tip: Just finished watching the live PD-ed class. Set daily micro goals that will help you reach your big goals. This tip is something I need to do with all aspects of my life.
When I first started applying PD I didn’t look at the fact that I had over 100lb to lose. I took it one day at a time. I was learning a whole new way of cooking and a whole new way of looking at what I was putting into my body.
Meals: My meals were basically the same as yesterday except for dinner. Since I spent time making herb mashed potatoes last night I figured I better have some. When I reheated them I made the a little runny. Oh well, they still tasted good to me. That’s what counts anyway, right?
Breakfast: Overnight Regular Oats
Lunch: ½ Chickpea with Creamy Ranch Dressing sandwich on PD Roll (smash Chickpeas with a fork add ranch dressing), Salad with Yogurt & Franks Original Hot Sauce
Dinner: Onion herb smashed potatoes, gravy, slice of sweet potato, salad and apple pie
Overnight Regular Oats
Mercury free tuna salad (sandwich)
Onion Sandwich Rolls
Onion Herb Smashed Potatoes
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