What I Eat In A Day

So healthy eating hasn’t really been on top of my agenda recently…

It’s the result of Christmas and indulgences and getting the kitchen done which meant being without a cooker for a week. That meant a week of takeaways which although felt good at the time by the end of the week I was craving a good home cooked, nutritious meal so much. 

This week me and the boyfriend got our acts together and decided we would make sure we ate as healthily as possible to make amends for our sins. So I decided I’d share with you guys what I eat on a healthy day! 


Two weetabix with raspberries

When I was a kid I hated weetabix I absolutely hated weetabix I thought they had absolutely no taste or flavour! However now I’m a 22 year old adult I love the stuff! They’re so good as they help get fibre into your diet which important for me as I’m a veggie! I added raspberries to have one of my five a day and inject some colour. 


Toasted Bagel with Mashed Avocado and oven baked Eggs

I saw a recipe on Instagram quite similar  to this and knew I had to try it. I gently toasted the bagel before topping it with the mashed avocado then breaking an egg and putting it on top before putting in the oven for 15 minutes. I added chilli flakes, pepper and sea salt for flavour and it was a total treat for the stomach! 


Potato and Leek Soup 

My boyfriend bought a hand blender a week ago and has been dying to try it! This soup is perfect for cold winters night dinner and also tastes yummy. Extra points to the boyfriend!


I got a little peckish watching the Natinal Television Awards but instead of reaching for the chocolate I was well behaved and finished off my raspberries. 

And that’s what I ate in a day! Today was a healthy day so please be aware they’re are days when I’m literally scoffing pizza and chocolate like a pig! Moderation guys! 


Author: Chelsea Thompson

Liverpool based Scriptwriter, Script Reader and Script Consultant. Offering feedback and helpful advice to all budding writers out there! As a fellow writer I know just how hard nailing that first draft can be, so instead of suffering in silence lets grab a cuppa and suffer together!

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