I consider it one! I ate some things that weren't very healthy but I did manage to stay under 2000 calories. Yes, that might seem like lots and lots of calories to some, but I'll adjust it as time goes by and I start discovering what works for me. Trial and error, my friends. That's what it's all about.
Breakfast: 3 chocolate chip cookies. I had the hugest craving for some this morning, so I ate some. I know they're nutritional content is pure caca, but regardless, I ate them. Now it's time to move on.
Lunch: Rice, Chicken breast, green beans
Snack: cantaloupe, strawberries, Oats and Chocolate Bar. The plan was for cantaloupe, but it looked questionable so I ended up eating just the berries. Also, that Oats and Chocolate Bar is the Active Lifestyle brand. It's a generic version of the Fiber One bars. Tastes just the same as the name brand, but with a much lower price.
Dinner: Picada (potato and beef soup), avocado, rice, 2 tajadas (plantains). I don't know why I haven't taken pics of my dinners. Really, I'm just to lazy to trek back upstairs for my camera.
Snack: 1 scoop of Coffee ice-cream
Exercise: 30 minutes on the elliptical. God Bless TV Land! They were showing episodes of Roseanne and I watched while I worked out. Made the time fly by.
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