does not equal hungry

I feel good. Not great, but certainly in the ‘good’ category. I’ve accomplished some major project-undertakings. [now seriously, why didn’t I just say, I checked some things off my to-do list, or I’ve got some work done? — this blog-speak is very pretentious sometimes! I’ve accomplished some major project-undertakings, indeed. Silly absurd word-groupings.]

Anyway, I’ve eaten fairly mindfully-healthy the last three days. I’ve exercised — a little —

I’ve got my lesson almost ready. I feel good about it. Just have to make the visuals.

I’ve showered, done hair and makeup and it isn’t even 8 a.m.

I’m about to do the yard.

But I think what I feel really good about is the vitamins I just got from Roy Chiropractic Clinic yesterday morning. [Thank you Mary for figuring out what I need to be taking at this time in my life and for the ‘family discount!’ I appreciate your being so kind!] I’m all psyched about taking better care. I’m ready to eat better and be more productive.

I can hardly wait to make the stir-fry that Tracy had when she was here for Mat Camp. It’s full of y.u.m. Broccoli, jicama, red cabbage and onion, sugar peas still in the pod, carrots, yellow squash and zucchini all lightly stir fried and tossed in a light garlicky olive oil.

I can hardly wait to make a green smoothie. I’ve got spinach, kale, carrots, pineapple, apples, oranges, strawberries and lime for that. Oh, can’t forget the vanilla yogurt. And soaked chia.

And, I can hardly wait to make my favorite poached eggs on Harper’s whole wheat!

Just need to make sure I don’t eat all of this in one sitting. That’s my main challenge. I don’t have an off-switch. I never feel satisfied. I’ve just got to remember that not feeling satisfied [in my personal life] is not the same thing as being hungry.