- turkey meatloaf with ketchup
- steamed broccoli
- 2 tangerines
- green salad with red bell peppers
I tried to make it a bit more healthy than yesterday, but it's clearly not any more exciting. Thanks for the great suggestions. I'm going to try to spruce up this poor meatloaf for the rest of the week. Oh, I decided to go for all fruit and veggie sides today because ate about 10 lbs of Christmas cookies and homemade toffee that some evil person left lying around the office. You know I'm a sucker for a sugary treat! But, obviously, when you eat it every hour throughout the entire day...it's not really a "treat" anymore. So, I decided to counteract yesterday's overindulgence. Besides, the Luna bars that I have in the house are essentially glorified rice crispy squares (dipped in chocolate). What is the deal (hello, I'm Jerry Seinfeld) with all these dang bars? Actually, I should say, what's the deal with me buying and eating them when I know full well that they are just candy?! When they first invented them they were supposed to be for "energy" or "protein" or some bunk like that. But we all know they are just another thing that we can stuff into our pie-holes under the pretense of being healthy. And even if they are meant to supplement or replace your meals because you're so busy working out, running marathons or whatever, then I still shouldn't be eating them since my most intense activities have consisted of me walking to the subway and pushing my way through the doors to find the first open seat. Ok, rant over. That was my inane way of mentioning that I'm going to try to stop eating Luna bars. Do you ever eat these energy bar things? Why or why not? Am I doing them wrong?