Thank you so much for all of your supportive comments on this morning’s post. It was a tough decision to make, but I know it’s for the best. And if you don’t have your health, you really don’t have much, so I’m glad I’m giving it a try.
A few hours after breakfast, I got hungry again, so I snacked on some blueberries. I finished off the pint.
A short while later, I headed to NuVal for a few hours. I packed a salad, topped with chunked chicken breast, to take with me. I wish I brought something more to eat because I was starving just a couple of hours later.
We didn’t have a ton of travel-friendly, Paleo-friendly/SCD-friendly food in the house when I left for NuVal, so I stopped by the grocery store on my way home. I’m really trying not to think about these diets as what I can’t eat, but what I can eat.
My afternoon snack was some cherries, a few pieces of sliced deli turkey, and handful of almonds. Sorry, no pic. I was famished and then just ate until I was satisfied.
Also on the way home from NuVal, I stopped by the mall to buy a new suitcase for my upcoming travels. (I’m going to NYC on Thursday and then to Oregon on Sunday morning.)
My old suitcase has a broken wheel, so instead of nicely rolling it through airports and train stations, I noisily and awkwardly drag it. It’s super annoying.
I usually use Mal’s suitcase when I travel, but since we’re going together to Oregon, I needed to buy my own.
So long, Ricardo! Hello, Sammy!
Does anyone else name their suitcase? Ok, maybe I’m weird.
Of course, I made sure to transfer my pug tag to my new luggage. How cute is this thing?! It always makes me smile.
Question of the Day
Paleo/SCD friends, what do you eat when you travel, specifically snacks and eating out?