I was debating between time on the stationary bike or a makeshift cardio workout, similar to the one here. I was thinking something along the lines of six exercises for six minutes (one minute each) six times.
I still couldn't decide when I woke up, so I went to Panera to hash it out over some yogurt and coffee. Turns out, at the particular Panera I went to, a medium coffee, banana, and parfait cost $6.66. I took that as a sign.
|No, I didn't take this picture. Yes, this was a Google image search. And yes, he does look like he's trying to tempt the photographer with deformed poisonous bagels.|
For the past three-ish weeks, I've been on a pescetarian diet. Prior to this decision, I really didn't eat much meat (other than fish) anyway, and the main non-scaled protein I did consume was in the form of fast food chicken or processed deli. Since I was 99% of the way there, I figured I might as well try a pesce diet!
I'm usually not one for deleting food groups or parts of them. I personally think that can lead to a feeling of deprivation and thus backfire, but I'm going in with the understanding that this is just for fun, and I can change my mind anytime I want.
So far, so good.
Then one day, I realized I couldn't eat Chick-fil-A.
I used to live off of their market salad.
|So much fruity, cheesy, CHICKEN-Y goodness.|
No problem. One meal gone. Fine.
Then I realized I couldn't have my go-to driving snack. Beef jerky.
almost cried was disappointed yesterday as I was staring at the dangling delights in the gas station.
But here's the kicker, guys...
I moved SOUTH.
If you're familiar with the area, you will know my pain, as I cannot consume the greatest fried chicken the world has to offer.
Needless to say, this pesce thing may not last long...
Any diets you've tried?
Any diets you've failed?