okay, this is where i'm going to start plugging in my daily numbers. what i do to work out, what i eat, and other relevant stuff. so here it is for yesterday:
woke up at 12:30pm. i would have liked to have gotten up earlier (as i had planned to make it to the noon moksha yoga class), but i didn't get home from work until 4:30am, and it took me at least an hour to fall asleep. doing any sort of work-out on 4-5 hrs. sleep sucks. hard.
breakfast? two breakfast bagels from poor john's, around the corner from my house. whole wheat bagel, egg, bacon, cheese. not the best breakfast, but i caved.
i didn't get a photo of it, but here is a photo of a couple of bagels that i took a few weeks back. okay, so, ryan, one is enough. two? that is just ridiculous. i don't care how hungry you think you are when you wake up in the morning.
oh yeah, and two large coffees that i sip slow over the first couple of hours of being awake.
spinach/squash roti. maybe not the best thing in the world, but i don't think it's that bad. spinach is good for you. squash, has to be good for you, right?
plus, a bottle of vitamin water. good stuff.
and then dinner,
spinach salad with cherry tomatoes and boccancini (sp?) and a poppyseed dressing. and water. not a bad dinner i think.
and later on i resisted the urge to have a glass of wine, sticking to water all night instead.
also, no smoking.
no working out either, but i did do some walking during the day.
excercise: some light walking.
smoking: no. (yay!)
beverages: 2 coffees and 1 bottle of vitamin water.
food: two breakfast bagels, spinach roti, and spinach salad.
-i should have either gone to the gym or a later yoga class.
-one whole wheat bagel is okay for breakfast, but not two. (and i don't really need cheese and bacon on there. just an egg should be fine.)
-happy that i didn't smoke.
-also happy that i stuck to water, and resisted the urge to have a glass of wine.
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