What I Ate Wednesday #38

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Wow, busy day! Luckily, it was all good stuff—since getting back to NYC on Tuesday, I’ve been taking care of a bunch of to-do list items. This time of year is a little slow for work since a lot of people go on vacation, so I’m taking advantage of the extra time to relax and organize and clean. There’s a lot coming up in 2012, and I want to be ready!

I also made time today to have lunch with a dear friend and also to get my physical for my internship. I felt like I was on my feet all day, but it felt good to get so much done and to catch up with someone I don’t get to see that often.

I’m happy I’m feeling almost all better from last week’s cold. Having the energy to do stuff is nice. I never appreciate good health as much as I do after being sick. So cheers!

Because I was so busy and in constant motion, I found I was really hungry all day. Good thing I had lot soy good food to keep me going…

Breakfast: Oats with pear, chia seeds, spices and peanut butter

Lunch: Egg white spinach & feta omelet, (unpictured) wheat toast and tomato juice on the side

Dinner: Roasted eggplant lentil soup with goat cheese; kale salad with roasted cauliflower and toast with hummus

Snack: Frozen waffle topped with a little PB and a plum (chopped & microwaved 3 minutes)—random but quelled the hunger beast

What was the best thing you ate this Wednesday? 

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One thought on “What I Ate Wednesday #38

    Jessica said:
    December 29, 2011 at 4:26 pm

    I love omelets, but I almost never eat them for breakfast….its usually just lunch or dinner!

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