Does taking down the outside lights count as exercise? I'm not sure how I'd enter it, anyway. Not that I actually enter things anywhere but here and a spreadsheet I keep for my weight.
Breakfast: Baked tilapia, slice of whole-grain wheat bread, fruit smoothie (yogurt, banana), skim milk with whey protein and cinnamon.
Lunch: Salad (cup of spinach, cup of romaine mix, serving of red pepper, serving of grilled chicken, olive oil, balsamic vinegar), apple, carrots.
Snack: Mixed nuts, prunes, sharp cheddar cheese.
Dinner: Bottom round, two or three servings of steamed broccoli, dark chocolate.
I want to start mixing up my meals a bit more--not because I'm bored, but I keep worrying I'm going to cause myself to have a food allergy. I mean, it would have helped years ago if eating Dorito's all the time would have made me allergic to them... but with my luck, I'd only get allergies when I eat healthy crap all the time.
So I'm thinking about that, but not thinking too hard about it. I also need to do some research into what fruits and vegetables are "seasonal" when. I'm sure infants know this, but I don't.