I feel mired down. Stagnant.
I mentioned this last week and thought maybe a Whole 30 would be in order. If you aren't familiar, the Whole 30 is a stringent elimination diet that can be fairly life changing. But when I think about my life over the next few months, I think I could be setting myself up for failure if I take this on.
- Finally moving into my house next week - three months after the original closing date. It's not all celebration and excitement, though, as I learned it might be some time before I have access to the internet. Long story... but for someone who works from home, likes to blog, and gets all her entertainment from Hulu/Netflix/HBOGo, it's problematic.
- Having dinner with princesses at Cinderella's Royal Table on Valentine's Day. Not sure if the Magic Kingdom can accommodate the Whole 30 way of eating.
- Taking a business trip in March.
- Having company visit in April.
I can't find a good stretch of time where I can commit to this for a solid month before the half marathon, unless I can work it out with Disney on February 14th.
So I've been thinking about where else I can make improvements in my daily feelings of well-being, and one area is my relationship with coffee. My single cup coffee brewer has been in storage since we moved in July, and I have been using drip coffee makers that come with the temporary apartments I've lived in. My husband doesn't drink coffee, so I'm on my own for drinking a pot.
Alright, I'm exaggerating, I don't drink an entire pot. I definitely drink more than I should, though.
Beginning tomorrow, I'm going to see if I can go without it until I move into my house and get my single cup brewer back. I think that's going to be about 10 days. I've got two flavors of Trader Joe's tea that I think will make a good substitute.
Bring on the withdrawal symptoms.
Today's Exercise: Rest
|3 eggs w/ spinach, coffee||Salmon Salad, tea||More coffee (getting my goodbye in)||More salmon salad and tea|