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Thursday, October 27, 2011

I ate a LOT of chocolate yesterday.

I am a little hypoglycemic so I don't often eat sugar.

I woke up this morning with a hangover. A food hangover. More specifically, a sugar hangover.

I think sometimes it is a good reminder of why I try to eat healthier on a daily basis - however having a hangover of ANY kind during finals week is moronic.

Had one final on Wed - last one this Wed coming. Got to be studying, not recovering.

Silly girl.

So this weeks plan = regulation.

I have planned my food intake for the week:

Breakfast:
Homemade Muesli
1 cup milk
2 Weetbix
Fruit - peaches or pears
2 cups coffee

Evening Snack:
1/2 serving Homemade Muesli
1 serving of natural unsweetened yoghurt
1/2 cup raspberries
1/2 cup blueberries

The rest: Lunch, Dinner and Snacks will be a variety of fresh fruit, vege and lean proteins, fats will include some natural peanut butter, olive oil, almonds and sunflower seeds and I will drink WATER like a mad thing.

Sounds good??

It will be. I can't afford to be ill OR hungover for any reason this week :)

I am also going to roll out of bed and into my running shoes every morning this week - school is nearly over for the year and work starts in earnest - an exercise routine will be essential to get my fitness in check over summer and goddammit I want to look good in my swimsuit this year.

Right lecture over. Study begins.
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  • MARKSTIPANOVSKY
    Good luck and go for it... Wishing you all the best.
    3465 days ago
  • BADASSBLONDIE
    We've all been there, especially during stressful times like finals. *hugshard* Forgive yourself and move past it (which it looks like you're doing - go you!).

    Now, back to studying. XOXO
    3465 days ago
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