You know it's a good day when you can go three or four hours without experiencing a sugar crash between meals. Knowing I'd be up this morning early for a meeting, I made sure to have some hard boiled eggs prepared the night before. I had those on-the-go with some avocado, and packed jerky in case I needed more fuel.
While people at the meeting munched on tropical fruit and granola, which are not so bad when in most scenarios you'd expect to see only doughnuts or/and bagels available, I didn't feel tempted to take part. If I wasn't on the 21DSD, I would have happily made a plate of fresh fruit for myself as well. But I am so happy I didn't. I was able to sit at the long meeting wide-awake and tune into the intelligent conversation without feeling lethargic.
Later in the day, I had leftover tasty sliders and seasonal veggies. For dinner, I quickly made Diane's Lemon Rosemary Broiled Salmon with a side of grain-free green cabbage pancakes and some veggies. Loving how I've been feeling and realizing that the usual urge to go for something sweet is more out of habit than necessity.