Following the Slimming World magazine meal planner seems to be doing me a whole lot of good at the moment. I feel like I have a little bit more energy, and I’m not getting the peaks and troughs, though my concentration is woefully poor right now. I’m not sure what I owe that to, but never mind.
I’ve enjoyed eating some different foods, and have found that lately, I think we’ve been stuck in a food rut – a Scooby Doo running scene of chilli, lasagne, pasta, carbonara. I attempted to make houmous for lunch today. It didn’t go so well – a smidge too runny, so I think it either needed more chickpeas or slightly less yogurt. Despite my determination to stay on plan, it would appear to have been “bring Tub cookies/chocolates” day. I’ve had meetings with two suppliers today, and they have (very kindly) brought gifts in. One set (the Milk Tray) has been left in our office for us, and I gave the production guys the cookies. I have resisted though, with the exception of two tiny squares of a homemade birthday cake. I’ve worked that out to be about 5 syns.
The foot is a little bit better. One of the ladies at group suggested wearing orthotics as she’d suffered with Achilles tendonitis, and that had helped her. I’ve worn mine all day, and I haven’t limped as much. I’m definitely not 100% but I do think I might be on the mend. I have decided to jack Juneathon in. I just mucked it up from the very get go really. I don’t have enough interesting information to keep blogging about my exploits every day, and I don’t much want to blog just for the sake of it. However, I am enjoying reading the other Juneathoners, so I’ll keep reading.