The best laid plans …

(Don’t forget to go visit Brandi — She’s hosting this week’s BSI: Spinach!)

As usual, I have a food plan for today. And as usual, my generous coworkers may throw it into a tailspin :-D.

After the gym this morning (I did Tina’s 45-minute treadmill run for the 3rd time — love this workout! Stats: 1 hour, 6 minutes; 538 calories; 149 average heart rate and 183 max heart rate ), I came home to a gingerbread theme. A shower with this new soap that my stepmom Rae Ann gave me for Christmas:

picture-001

Followed by a cup of gingerbread spice crockpot oats topped with 1/3 cup healthy cream cheese icing, 1/4 cup plain yogurt, more ginger, and two crumbled graham sticks:

picture-006

With Celestial Seasonings chocolate caramel enchantment chai + unsweetened Silk on the side:

picture-002

If you recall from yesterday, I crafted the main course of today’s lunch plan from the chicken + rice Vianni made (see previous post) and the other half of my kale + date curry:

img_3050

I left the above entree in the work fridge last night and gathered everything else I needed for today once I got home:

img_3065

orange (mid-morning snack), yogurt (lunch dessert), pb + raisins I've been carrying all week, carrot sticks (from Monday night's findings) for afternoon snack, end-of-day apple, and emergency granola bar

Today’s yogurt contains 1/2 cup plain yogurt, chopped apples and melon (both from Monday night‘s findings), raisins, almond extract, and nutmeg:

img_3062

I’ll report back later on how it all pans out!

Do you plan your daily food? How closely do you stick to your plan?

Advertisements

8 thoughts on “The best laid plans …

  1. Olga says:

    I TRY to plan daily food, particularly lunch and bfast. Usually I end up thinking of dinner on the way home from class but I DO make something Monday night that will also be consumed Tuesday night since I get home mad latersss. I wish I could plan better, it would save me so much time!

    All your eats look fabbbb

    Like

  2. snackface says:

    I’m bad at planning food for dinner, I just go with whatever I feel like and whatever I have on hand. Sometimes I make a big batch of something to last through most days of the week, though. Breakfast and lunch are normally similar day-to-day. Your yogurt mixes look divine!

    Like

  3. Melinda says:

    I usually plan out my breakfast and lunch and dinner is a bit more spontaneous, but I usually have somewhat of an idea what I’ll be eating based on what I have on hand at the apartment. Um, and I think I’m going to be dreaming about those oats now… graham crackers? Icing?? yum!!

    Like

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s