Friday snuck up on me this week, but I'll take it.
Last night's dinner was thrown together in less than 10 minutes, but was oh so good. I prepped some turkey meatballs on Sunday, added some brown rice, and a sweet potato. Done.
Since I've been very conscious on my sugar intake level, I didn't want to use a jar of pasta sauce since they contain alot of hidden sugar. I clearly don't make my own sauce. In the words of Sweet Brown:
Kierston's cinnamon no carb muffin tops. I kept the recipe pretty much the same except for one ingredient. I was out of flax seeds so I subbed in some oatmeal instead.
When I got home from the gym, I was greeted with a nice surprise. More and more I am becoming an afternoon/nighttime coffee drinker. I get decaf so it doesn't mess with my sleep. Still, I never thought I would be a coffee person.
(can't wait to SWIM!)
But I need your help. I asked my friend Kim how she travels gluten free because we both love healthy food. She advised me no yogurt since they almost took that away from her at the airport. I plan on packing tuna packets, protein bars, oatmeal in ziplocs, a jar of peanut butter (hey can never have too much) and that's as far as I got.
What do you bring for healthy snacks while traveling that can be in a suitcase?
Do you like swimming in pools or hot tubs?
P.S. Thanks to all the brave ones who voiced their opinion on yesterday's post. I took a chance by writing about that subject since it can be a sore one for some people. Interesting enough, it was one of my top viewed posts. For the record, I am for the legalization for many personal reasons, but that's all I am going to say about that.