|I'm always going to have the times I don't have the energy to|
make "real food", so I have to get back in the habit of
preparing multiple meals at once.
I thought about the options available, and realised something. For days I'd just been grabbing whatever was quick and easy to eat, not worrying about what it was, and I felt awful for it.
My son, it must be said, could live for ever on two food groups, chips and tomato sauce. I can only handle junk for so long before my body rebels. "I just want to eat real food," I said.
I bought sliced meat and a bag of mixed salad vegetables - still pretty fast food, but something much better for me.
So, I've decided to get back into the habit of preparing extra serves whenever I make a meal. I need to make sure that what is quick and easy is actually food, not just junk.
I'm feeling a bit better today, although still a little "off". I hope I've learned my lesson this time. (But if you've been reading this blog a while, you know I keep re-learning it over again.)
So lovely lupies, give me some ideas: nutritious meals that don't take any effort to prepare; and nutritious meals that I can make up multiple serves of that will keep a couple of days in the fridge. You know the deal: give me your comments on this post or on any of the social media choices.
PS, yes, I still do have things to tell you about that I found out on the Melbourne trip. Tomorrow, I'll get back to it and tell you about what's happening for World Lupus Day.
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