Friday, March 8, 2013

Day 15: Halfway There!

I can't believe it's already been 15 days! I've been cutting corners a little bit, but I feel like I'm always in the kitchen cooking and cleaning up the mess and then back to cooking again. I guess this is what it feels like to be a normal housewife, ha ha!

Meal 1: A piece of pork sausage and a handful of almonds. Was really tired this morning as Jimmy went to York and the boys woke early.
Meal 2: Roast beast, riced cauliflower, and half an orange. (I know, I know! Where are the veggies?)
Meal 3: Turkey/beef meatballs on spaghetti squash. Yeah, that was all. FAIL! But, it was healthy. I realized I didn't have enough time or energy (or ingredients) to make the tomato sauce for it. :( Jimmy ate 3 meatballs and Joey had nothing. They'll soon learn to eat what's served LOL. Jimmy had a big, fatty lunch in York anyway.

I made paleo bread today. I felt like I needed something else. >.<  I'm horrible, I know. But, I'm going to continue eating this healthy lifestyle (which includes NO SUGAR) for a while. I love it and I love trying these new, healthy recipes.

The best part about paleo bread is that I can't screw it up! No "knead" to let it raise. Bahaha! Freals.. Just mix up the ingreds, put it in the pan, put it in the oven and voila:

 I guess I should stop trying to cut open a spaghetti squash. I bruised my finger in the process and here's what it ended up looking like lol:

Most of the day I have been reading "The Emotion Code" by Dr. Bradley Nelson. It is a good read and I love learning about energy and trapped emtions. I would highly recommend it--I am excited to learn how to free up my trapped emotions as well as for my family. Trapped emotions can cause most of our ailments--physical or mental--and it's awesome that we are able to release them from wherever they are trapped and feel lighter.

1 comment:

Erica said...

Great book. My therapist uses his methods on me. What recipe did you use for bread?