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As I bring Mouth Money V.1 to a close, I’ve been asked “what’s next?” Nothing changes for me – I’ll continue to eat “clean” as I have been – but with the self-satisfaction of having “walked the walk” publicly. I will relieve myself – and my three readers – of the dutiful daily FACEBOOK/TWITTER updates (unless the day’s meals truly stand out) while continuing to gauge my own progress and seek knowledge about nutrition and healthful living, as well as how I can improve upon my current choices.
Monday, August 9, 2010
Breakfast: Day 29 started with a nice hotel breakfast of scrambled eggs and bacon and one blackberry. I’m not sure if the blackberry was a stowaway or if it actually came with the meal. Regardless, I appreciated that blackberry.
Lunch: Delicious meat & veggie chili atop a plate of zucchini and tomato. My boss grew these tomatoes, which means she’s good for somethin.’
Dinner: A big serving of Who-Hash with a dollop of Parsnip Mash on top. The Hash and the Mash have come up a few times – One good thing about the conclusion of Mouth Money is that I can go back to my generally monotonous food routine without feeling guilty. I have tried to keep an eye for variety the last 30 days to keep my 6-person audience (I’m counting WordPress and our two other home computers in that figure) enthralled, but I’m usually happy eating the same thing every day for a week.