So, my blog has evolved into more of a running/fitness/fun stuff I do in NYC/and elsewhere blog as of late, but it’s still called Losing Weight in the City.
Because when I named it that, I didn’t think I’d be blogging three years later and that it would become such a big part of my life. I’m totally fine with–and actually love–how it’s evolved, but I’ve been thinking lately about bringing some of the weight loss talk back…on occasion. I know lots of people struggle with weight loss, and good god, I struggled with it for years myself, obviously. I also still get a lot of questions about weight loss.
I’m thinking of talking about food, fitness, body image, and anything else you want to talk about–from my experience and what I’ve learned. (Insert disclaimer here: the only things I can do professionally are write and optimize your Facebook posts. Please contact a health professional for medical advice.)
So, onto the subject of this post–how I’m currently maintaining my weight on relatively little exercise.
I’m being really damn careful with my diet. Here’s what a typical day of food looks like for me these days:
Breakfast: oatmeal with chia seeds (giveaway coming soon), sunflower butter and a banana
Lunch: turkey burger with sweet potato and broccoli on side, Chipotle chicken tacos with pico de gallo, guac and corn tortillas or something like the above–chicken with sweet potato and Brussels sprouts (yeah, you try eating healthy when your stomach doesn’t like salad)
Snack: usually a Luna bar and an apple
Dinner: I’ve been having a lot of late nights at work or late nights at Junior League, so there’s been quite a lot of delivery sushi (with brown rice) in my life lately.
Do you want to hear more about what I learned while losing weight and what I’ve learned while maintaining? Any specific questions? Or do you just want to know the meaning of life? (Not sure I can help you there.)