What I Ate Wednesday #47: Big Changes

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Happy Wednesday, guys. Oh my goodness, this week is going so fast! My dietetic internship started on Monday, and I’ve been inundated with new information—and lots and lots of paper…I’m really excited but obviously, it’s a big change.

You’ll notice my photos are especially ugly this week—haha clearly, I’m still adjusting to a different schedule. Weirdly enough, getting up at the ass-crack of dawn is easier than anticipated, but that’s probably because I’m one of those freaky morning people.

Here’s what I ate yesterday…

Breakfast: Overnight oats (skim milk + oats + chia seeds + banana + cocoa) reheated and topped with blueberries & PB2 sauce I made a little too thin—whoops 

Lunch: A mix of salad from the cafeteria salad bar and snacks from home. An unpictured breakfast cookie made its way in later in the day.

Dinner: Mixed vegetables with a little goat cheese; sandwich with smoked salmon, avocado, greens, and roasted pepper

Snack: Lemon Chobani with crumbled graham cracker and blueberries 

As always, thanks to Jenn for hosting the link party. For more WIAW from other bloggers, visit Peas & Crayons.

What’s the best thing you’ve eaten lately? 

4 thoughts on “What I Ate Wednesday #47: Big Changes

    raechel @the rebel grrl kitchen said:
    February 29, 2012 at 9:47 pm

    Congrats on the internship! Change is scary, but usually a very good thing. : )

    You got the overnight oats, now just make ’em steel cut! ; )

      Jess responded:
      February 29, 2012 at 11:01 pm

      I’ve been making overnight oats with rolled oats for awhile—for some reason I prefer those with milk/yogurt. I tried making steel-cut overnight oats a few times in the past week and I think I love those even more! Thanks for the tip : )

    Jen (Whittle My Middle) said:
    February 29, 2012 at 10:21 pm

    I’ve been seeing a lot of people adding chia seeds to oatmeal. It looks delish so I think I must try it out!

      Jess responded:
      February 29, 2012 at 11:50 pm

      I’m a big fan—they give oats a really great texture without adding a weird flavor. They’re also super-easy to use.

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