Breakfast consisted of:
Total: 140 cals
I haven't had any tea or coffee yet, because I wasn't paying attention when I loaded the dishes and turned on the washer, and all my mugs are in there
Lunch consisted of:
Protein shake: 160 cals
Medium Coffee from McDonald's (the only thing I ever get, which is a regular one): 40 cals
Total: 200 cals
I'm not sure if Mcdonald's standardizes across both Canada and the US, but out here it's listed at 40 - 70 calories on the website, if you're getting half cream or milk. If it's full cream and the regular sugar, it's 70 calories. Either way, it's still fairly reasonable. Tim Hortons is a whopping 105 calories for the same measurements, my God I'm turning in a caloric nightmare.
Also I bought a tiny Boston Cream doughnut from there. I haven't eaten any McDonald's in like 25 years, but the doughnuts are like 180 calories and I want to try it. Maybe I'll give it a go. If I don't like it, my husband will eat it.
Tiny Boston Cream doughnut from McDonald's: 180 cals
This is...surprisingly good, all things considered. I thought it was going to taste like ass, but I actually don't mind it. I just broke a 25, almost 26 year streak of not eating anything from McDonald's. It's a mixed feeling. I don't intend on eating another, mind you, but it wasn't bad.
Total calories for the day after exercise so far: a whopping 230
Sorry for the random ramble.
Homemade Cajun Garlic Cod: 369 calories
If anyone wants the recipe, let me know and I'll post it here. I threw it together, it's like four ingredients, and it's damned good.
Mann's Sugar Snap Peas: 35 cals
Total calories after exercising and job, like 400. I'm amazed I even hit this threshold, considering how abysmal the last few days were. This damned migraine has been wreaking havoc for God knows how many days, and I want to throw up. But the fish is very good.
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