So I’m a bit under the weather at the moment, hence the no post for a few days, and my healthiness is suffering. I’m feeling pretty physically wiped out, and as I still have to go to work; apart from a 15 minute walk every day, I’ve done no exercise since Sunday. The diet is still alright, although I’m allowing myself to have small small tiny treats every day now because having nothing was driving me crazy.
Going to attempt some squats and crunches today, ease myself back into exercising before I do a full workout. I’ll probably have to dial down the exercise over the next week or so anyway if I’m still feeling crappy, because I’m working the next nine days in a row so I’ll end up totally exhausted.
Decided that today can be my non-exercise day. Three days on, one day off is the plan. Need a break, the burning in my legs has subsided but I really don’t want it back just yet.
Don’t really have a lot to say, mainly worked last night so I didn’t really do anything interesting. Got a frappé from McDonald’s as a treat. Only 365 calories (or thereabouts). That’s a once a week sort of thing though.
My biggest downfall when it comes to food is either pizza or snacking. I’d probably go with snacking, because I can sit and consume a full packet of biscuits or a multipack of crisps without even thinking about it. This is why yesterday was such a problem for me.
I was on my way to get some food before work. I actually ended up with a pack of wraps and some meat to go in them, Tesco does not do healthy food on the go. Apart from their sandwiches, which are gross most of the time. Moving on, while I was on my way to the store I was suddenly hit my a major sugar craving. I just wanted something sweet and preferably chocolatey. So after wandering the aisles for a while I finally decided to just buy Alpen bars. 65kcal and 2g fat (per bar) in the chocolate fudge ones, winner. So when I took them to the car, I realised that Alpen bars are a lie. I opened the box to find 5 bars, standard. I opened the wrapper to find it only half full. Was not pleased. However, when I ate it, I suddenly didn’t care that they were tiny and awful value for money. They taste like caramel Rice Krispie squares. I was amazed. So yeah, suffice to say I’ve now found something to keep my sugar cravings away.