In My Mind's Zen Garden
No Comments 22 Views

03.18.2013

The problems with traveling and trying to stay on a specific diet abound, and many times one has to accomodate other people’s needs in relation to your own.

For one, my wife is NOT a vegetarian but she’s not a total meat eater. She’s an omnivore and I’ve been more of a flexitarian. Plus, when we travel we are on a budget and try to get food where we can and when it’s not too expensive. Also, we tend to share meals, so I have to adapt and be accomodating.

Anyway, on the day we flew back from Honolulu, I had to adapt big time, and will resume my dietary regimen once I get back.

But I’m still observing the several smaller meals a day plan. What’s always considered a smaller meal is always up for debate, but at least when my wife and I split a sandwich (for instance), to me that’s a smaller meal.

Monday, March 18, 2013

Breakfast – 8:30am

Cinnamon Roll ~ 1/2
Starbucks Soy Mocha ~ tall

Mid-Morning – 10am

Navel Orange ~ one half
Asian Pear ~ one half

Snacks – 1pm

Maui Potato Chips ~ handful
Trail Mix ~ handful

Lunch – 4:30pm

Angus Burger ~ 1/2, with pickle, tomato, lettuce, onion, mayo, ketchup
7up ~ 1 cup

Dinner – 9pm

Turkey Bacon Panini ~ 1/2
Starbucks Mocha ~ tall, decaf



About the author:
Has 3096 Articles

Carlos Rull is a musician living in the San Diego area. His interests include Yoga, Eastern Philosophy, Zen Buddhism, and Gardening. He plays drums, piano, and composes New Age & Ambient music, and his albums are available on iTunes and Amazon.com.

LEAVE YOUR COMMENT

RELATED ARTICLES

Back to Top