So on Saturday I went back to my nutritionist, who effectively whooped my ass for slacking off in the healthy eating/exercising more departments.

Also: I popped in to see my beloved Dr Joe and he confirmed a second set of high blood pressure results, so I’m on blood pressure tablets. Like an old lady. Fetch me me lap blanket, will you?

I needed some motivation, and I think it was just handed to me on a platter.

So on Sunday morning we popped along to Ikea and I bought some extra containers to take healthy foods to work. My new plan is to prepare as much as possible for the week ahead on the Sunday to minimise my excuses.

AND LOOK AT MY EFFORTS!! So much rabbit food!

rabbit-food

So all I have to do is add yoghurt/salad dressing/proteins/cheeses and VOILA! I can has be healthy!

Please be to Ceiling Cat, let me get my healthy mojo back. Kthnxbai!

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6 thoughts on “You’d think I have a rabbit

  1. OH YUM. I need some raw mushroom. I LOVE RAW MUSHROOM
    .-= Fiona´s last blog ..Out of nothing =-.

    Posted on 26 October 2009 at 9:11 am
  2. Yay mushroom! Weird, it was the only vegetable I would eat when I was growing up. MEAT FOR VEGETARIANS! hehe

    Posted on 26 October 2009 at 5:58 pm
  3. Cook the mushrooms and I’m there, but not raw. The texture makes me gag {literally}
    Having said that, I could quite happily mug you for those fruit bowls!
    :wink:
    .-= anonymum´s last blog ..Check your arse princess =-.

    Posted on 3 November 2009 at 8:38 am
    1. You can totally have my fruit! LOL that means all I have to snack on is this Snickers bar that’s staring at me from the coffee table ;)

      Posted on 3 November 2009 at 7:10 pm
  4. Looks great.. I agree the secret to healthy eating success is being organised and planning ahead.. which is probably why I keep failing at it!
    .-= WestAussie´s last blog ..maypole =-.

    Posted on 28 November 2009 at 8:50 pm
  5. I saw a nutritionist a while back too and adding protein to the diet tricks the body into feeling full. As much as what you have there is healthy- it is not filling and does not have enough carbs for the day.

    i work to 1/4 protein. 1/4 carbs (low GI mostly) and 1/2 vege.

    Posted on 23 January 2010 at 5:33 pm