100 Healthy Days, Day 0

So it’s the eve of my 100 Healthy Days challenge and I have done some food prep for the week, as well as a training diary. I plan to eat as clean as possible, with a few clean treats thrown in which I will mix up with some triathlon and gym training. Also, having decided to abstain from meat and alcohol for as long as possible, it will be interesting to see how the combination of everything works. One thing I won’t be giving up however, is hot chocolate; I adore it.

I have a busy few months ahead, with visitors coming, going travelling, going to gigs, so this has come at the right time. Clean eating will mean higher energy levels to ensure I have the strength for all this stuff. Usually, with haemochromatosis and an underactive thyroid, one busy week would wipe me out completely for the next week.

Another thing I have signed up to is a 12 month HSM…Hello Sunday Morning, which means I have pledged to give up alcohol for twelve months… I am two weeks in. I will explain the ins and outs of Hello Sunday Morning later. For now, I just wanted to write a short introduction.

Also, I will explain why I have decided to do this challenge at another stage. It is Sunday, I am tired, and I blog professionally for a living, so it doesn’t appeal to me to start writing a long post as Monday morning looms. I am going to watch “Wild”, which the description says is “A chronicle of one woman’s 1,100-mile solo hike undertaken as a way to recover from a recent catastrophe”, seems fitting.

To begin, here is a photo of my breakfast and dinner today. Banana Pancake and Fish Curry. If you want recipes, let me know but mostly I make things up as I go along. Apologies for the poor quality photos, my phone has not got a great camera, I will be using my proper camera from now on.

Enjoy the rest of your Sunday x


Breakfast: Banana Pancake with LF Yougart and Berries

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Dinner: Fish Curry

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