These seven days were the possibly the most stressful of my life. I handed in four papers in seven days and wrote an exam. I got about 3 hours of sleep per night. I lived on coffee and whatever I could find (Whole30-compliant, of course), and ignored the dishes.
So, needless to say, I stopped putting any extra effort into anything that wasn’t absolutely necessary, including blogging about what I was eating. This post is an overview of the good, bad, and the ugly.
- Good: Eggs and veggies, what else?!
- Bad: Some eggs, not enough veggies.
- Ugly: The morning after the last all-nighter, I didn’t feel like making eggs and didn’t want to take the time to chop vegetables. So I drank a V8, ate a couple of boiled eggs, and then ate some almonds later.
- Leftover pork sausage
- Leftover avocado green cold soup
- Raw veggies
- Boiled eggs
- Leftover Easter ham
- “Chock-full-of-veggies spaghetti” with ground beef and zucchini instead of noodles
- A salad at East Side Mario’s (without the goat cheese and dressing, without even the oil ’cause they only have a canola/olive oil mix: weird!) on a date with the BF on the evening of the day I handed in my last paper.
- Kale chips
- Apples with cashew butter
- Sweet potato chips
- Parsnip chips (not my favourite)
- A special I-handed-in-all-my-papers treat: some grapes
- When the Easter chocolate temptation really started bugging me at 2 am, I made a substitute: banana chunks covered in a cocoa-coconut oil-cinnamon-vanilla mixture and sprinkled with crushed toasted coconut flakes, and frozen! Mmmm!