Packing Lunches

The first night of class went really well. It’s a small class and I’m enjoying the instructor. I got a slight surprise yesterday when I took a closer look at my school schedule and realized that EVERY night goes until 9:20! At least it’s a consistant schedule. Last night was Anatomy & Physiology. We’re starting with the atomic level and building up from there. It’s pretty basic right now, but good.

After class, I came home and ate my snack (a bowl of Kashi cereal with blueberries and pecans) while catching up with Bryan on his day. Then I went to the kitchen and made breakfast and part of dinner for the next four days and packed our lunches for today. So, for the next four days, here’s what my meal plan looks like:

Breakfast: 1.5 c. quinoa with agave nectar, cinnamon, and blackberries.

Lunch: Bryan gets a roast beef and swiss whole wheat wrap with lettuce from our garden. I’ll be having a tomato wrap with lettuce, black beans, corn, avocado, and green beans with asiago cheese.

Snack: apple and almond butter.

Dinner: Bagel with cream cheese and 1/2 c. ricotta cheese topped with cinnamon honey butter and 3 figs (this is what Bryan gets for breakfast, but the quinoa will help me last longer through the day and be ready for class tonight).

Throughout the day, I also drink 2 cups of green tea, 1 cup of coffee, and at least 3 water bottles full of water.

After packing my meals, I went upstairs and did a little review of tonight’s lesson before heading to bed.

I hope to work out at lunch again today: it’s strength training day. Then it’s Fitness & Wellness for Life tonight!

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