Yesterday, I was hungry when I left work. So I had an actual snack: a handful of almonds and a Skinny Peppermint Mocha. When I got home, I wasn't hungry. I also didn't want the leftover cacciatore. So I stopped at the store and picked up some eggplant and sausage and made a new sauce. But I also picked up cinnamon raisin bagel chips and ate them all. But that was my only indiscretion of the day (even though I really wanted french fries and a milkway), so I think I'm doing a little better than the weekend.
B - oatmeal with brown sugar and strawberries
L - potato soup garnished with Greek yogurt, shredded cheddar, and bacon crumbles
S - handful of almonds, Skinny Peppermint Mocha
Random - a whole bag of bagel chips
D - spaghetti with sausage eggplant bolognese and fresh mozzarella, 2 glasses shiraz
Real vs. Processed: a good balance of real and processed. I'd say the only processed stuff was the sugar free junk in my Starbucks drink and the bagel chips. I'm going with a 3
Emotional Eating: I don't think so. Though, if I was listening to hunger signals, I probably would have skipped dinner, so there was some "I should eat dinner because bagel chips are not dinner." But I don't think there was any emotion-induced eating yesterday. (But a big IDGAF on the bagel chips. Which were amazingly delicious, btw.)
Overall balance: 4. Not a 3 because I ignored hunger signals.