During this 42 day thing I'll actually be eating more than usual but I'll be eating things that will tune my body for the workouts I'm doing.
Normally I procrastinate over even eating lol and I end up just snacking throughout the day, eating before bed, or starving myself and then eating a whole bunch of stuff by the time I'm really hungry.
I work from home so I can eat whenever I want. The bad part is that I'm paid either once a month or whenever freelance jobs pay. So I don't exactly have the things I need for the meal plans until about 2 weeks from now. I do however, have most of the things I need to fill these blocks for each meal. They won't make sense or be like a traditional meal, but they'll still work nutritionally and that's all that really matters.
An easier guide:
I just need one from each group.
Lunch felt really big. I had a salad, a piece of toast with PB on it, and 3 eggs with siracha sauce on them/it.
I'm supposed to remove the yolks from the eggs and only put one yolk, but that turned out to be a difficult task. (I'll have to watch a YouTube video on how to do that). I managed to remove one yolk, and it did seem better with less yolk for some reason.
The toast I had was brown bread instead of 100% whole wheat, but that's all I have right now (at least it's better than white bread probably).And the PB I put on it was JIF instead of the natural kind. I just put a lot less of it than I normally use. Ever tried the natural PB? It's disgusting, so disgusting that I'd rather spread paper mache on my toast.
For the Salad I just put less of the dressing that I normally use.
Tomorrow I'll probably go pick up some things like that 100% whole wheat bread, salad spritzer, apples, etc. But I'm pretty much good with very similar substitutes till I get paid.