We do have an assignable root cause...a cookie. Yes. One damn cookie. A calorie is not just a calorie.
I decided to chance a vegan, organic cookie. It was not sugar-free, but it wasn't super sweet. It was big. It had over 250 calories in it. So I didn't eat my big salad last night. I had cauliflower with parmesan and asiago.
I only walked a mile. I got my basement organized and got some sewing done, but I'm afraid that doesn't count as exercise.
I tried to do a steak day, but by about 10:30 I was so hungry my stomach actually hurt. I was able to hold off until almost 1 pm, but then I had brussels sprouts, string cheese and an apple. I had a tbsp. of peanut butter before our walk, that darn cookie as I was out running errands with my daughter, and the cauliflower late...like 7-ish. My husband and I did enjoy the last happy hour of a wonderful weekend. I do think some wine impacts me more than others, even if it's just a glass or two.
So, it's either the cookie combined with the wine and not walking, or it's the time change messing with my internal rhythms. I know my husband is sick today. And having just watched a news program about how the time changes messes with peoples systems so much that heart attacks and suicides increase, it could be.
I also only got about 5 out of the 8 hours of sleep I should have gotten. Bleh. I woke up wondering if and when I'd be able to fit a nap in. However, looking at the s
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