Yesterday you said tomorrow.

Week 4(: The List, #2

Can you believe we’ve made it this far?

Neither can I, bro. Neither can I. There have been ditches and potholes along the way, but I’m still going.  Still moving.  Keep. Moving. Forward.  After my three day apocalypse, I was at last resurrected.

  • Due to my cereal binges of crazyness, I have decided to buckle down.  I am going to exercise when I say am going to exercise.  Only exception: if I have to work or do an express errand, but with my wonderful planning skills, my exercise should already be worked around that so…
  • I am limiting my intake of simple carbohydrates.  They lead to cravings and freak outs and more apocalypses – I’m not interested.
  • I am staying hydrated..all day.
  • I will not eat in front of a screen.
  • I will make sure that I keep eating plenty of vegetables per day.


Okay, cool cool.  So yesterday I went to JUMBO.  Would you like to know what I purchased?:

    • 1 lb. Bob’s Red Mill Whole Ground Flaxseed Meal
    • Aloe Vera plant (for my wound) – I might start an aloe plant garden
    • a lemon
    • tomatoes
    • tofu
    • 2 avocado hass
    • 2 green bananas
    • 1 yellow plantain
    • 2 green peppers
    • 1 lb. shelled, roasted, & unsalted peanuts
    • 4 asparagus stalks
    • spring onions
    • long squash
    • 2 lychee <– new! new! new!

Yup, that is what I got.  And then I already had these items in my cupboard/fridge/freezer:

  • uncooked lentils
  • uncooked quinoa
  • Rinaldi Hearty Tomato & Basil sauce
  • Natural Peanut Butter
  • kidney beans
  • kale
  • collard greens
  • red cabbage
  • rice noodles, vermicelli
  • water <– duh duh
  • 1/2 mango
  • frozen corn
  • frozen strawberries
  • raw almonds
  • soymilk
  • brown rice vinegar
  • Bragg’s Liquid Aminos
  • soy sauce
  • popcorn kernels
  • wheat germ (amount is fast depleting)
  • van’s english muffins (both Honey Wheat and Multigrain)
  • balsamic vinegar
  • raw oats
  • miso paste
  • chia seeds
  • garlic cloves
  • rice flour
  • wheat flour
  • 9 oz. chia seeds
  • sesame seeds (amount is fast depleting)
  • brown rice
  • chocolate kale granola
  • lots of tea
  • active yeast
  • canned sweet peas
  • packets of on-the-go oatmeal
  • coconut flakes
  • dried prunes
  • cocoa powder
  • dried plums
  • raisins

Then you add what my mum bought from JUMBO: grapes, lettuce, limes, uncooked black beans, more lentils, and other stuff that I don’t remember.

I love writing these lists because I always realize the things that I actually have in my cupboard and what I can make with them.  For example, I just realized that I have all of the ingredients for..*dramatic music plays* Real Whole Wheat Bread! That’s awesome.  I think I’ll make that today(:   I can also make the Sweet Pea Mash to accompany my first attempt at homemade bread.



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