Well, I've spent over $50 on over the counter, mass-produced cat food - none of which my picky feline likes. She loves Gerber's Organic Turkey Baby food, but I'm not feed it to her anymore. Her tummy is not tolerating it. I cooked up some chicken for her and seems she's the best with that on the menu. Looks like I have buy and cook meat for her every week.
So much for my meat-free household
What we do for our pets...
I'm taking tomorrow off to spend the weekend with my BF in Canada. We're off to see Larry the Cable Guy. Love his redneck humor.
Then to Atlanta and NYC for the week. Do I need to mention food challenges for the next 8 days?
I'm thinking if I sticking to my guns. I know I can make this WOE work on the road
. Let's see what I can do
If I have time, I'll document my trip.
I'm also going to try to do yoga on my own while I'm away. I have always done group exercise classes. It's very motivating for me to be in a room with others, with an instructor leading the way. I can bike and walk on my own, but no aerobics and espcially yoga at home. I get on my mat and in some upward, downward, twisty pose and I feel so compelled to clean up the dirt on the floor when I see it!
Today's Food -
B - Oatmeal and banana
L - Baked potato with black beans and salsa (delish)
D - Sweet potato maybe some veggie sushi
Snack - Banana and organge
Exercise - Hot, hot yoga!
I'm also dealing with a reaction to some crazy plant or weed I got tangled up with this weekend while cleaning up the yard. It's some rash on my leg and waist. The nurse thinks it's posion ivy. I told her I didn't think it was because I have some pretty bad reactions
to it that require steriod treatments.
If it is poison ivy and all I have is just some redness, a mild rash and itches (no blisters, no weeping) do you think the lack of drama from the plants oils could be from this WOE? If so, I'm definately adding this to my "This is why you need to stop eating crap" list.
Keep on keeping on!