Are there really people out there who create a weekly menu plan? Because even though I have compiled a healthy trove of lo-co recipes, these past few weeks I’ve been just… well… totally disinterested in figuring out what to cook every single day.
This led to an alarming increase in so-so-so-not-lo-co takeout in the waning summer months. Which explains my recent break from posting. Very embarrassing. Oh, and not healthy.
The only good thing I can say about the past month is that I’ve upped the exercise quotient. I have been spinning at Joyride every week –
For me, food is the most interesting AND most difficult part of this Lo-Co quest. I enjoy cooking, so searching my cookbooks (and buying new ones!) for recipes to jump-start this Lo-Co journey has been fun. That said, I am starting to enjoy it less, as the pressure mounts to PLAN and then actually MAKE a healthy dinner every day…or at least most days. Or, more accurately right now, some of the time.
But there’s more to the Lo-C0 equation than just diet.
There is also exercise. Now here’s the thing – I’m in decent shape.