Apolin Rio S.
I tend to get distracted easily so I find it best if I write for about 20 minute and then take a 5 minute break and keep going like this and after I’ve done three 20 minutes I’ll take a longer break.
You can use an app to scan bar codes and estimate general amounts. Once you do this for a while, you'll gain a general sense of portions and what helps your body feel good. You could also meal prep a large, healthy meal- you only have to plan once to enjoy healthy food during the week without a second thought.
I use the app and a paper weekly organizer, every sheet has 7 blank days table where I write my daily menu, which I usually decide in advance
I reflect on how I feel in the morning when I wake up. If the things I ate the day before weren’t good for me or good for my system, I can feel it in my gut and my energy level.
- Why is it wrong to skip breakfast? I know people who skip breakfast and actually feel better after skipping breakfast.
- I can eat in the morning, but I’m having a hard time eating before going to work because no matter what time I wake up I feel like I’m always running late. I want to eat before I get to work because I want to eat breakfast within an hour of waking up to start my day off right. How do you do it?
- Is eating breakfast the first or last part of your morning routine?
- How do I start remembering things better and feel comfortable with it?
- What are some yummy add-ins that you like to put in your overnight oats?
- Is caffeine okay, or not recommended?
- What do you have for breakfast as a healthy option?
- I have to get two kids (2 and 3) ready every morning and don’t ever feel like I have time to cook eggs for breakfast. What are some very healthy going-out-the-door recipes that take minimal prep?
- Is it good to run before or after breakfast?
- Any small meals that are filling? I’m not very hungry in the morning and don’t know what to eat.