When your life is in an uproar it is good that you have been eating good for a long while. Having went for months eating very few carbs has given me the cushion I need for the past couple of weeks and the next couple. Life in uproar is very difficult to contain, especially where diet is concerned. In the past week we had lots of trips to the hospital, dining late at night at where ever happened to still be open. Next week proves to be the same, only there will be a half-continent road trip there and back to contend with as well.

This is where eating good 90% of the time is going to pay off. I am not going to add an element of worry as far as food is concerned. I will eat like every other road warrior eats, it will be carbs, artificial ingredients, road food. There will be snacks for the car, soft drinks, desserts when I get a chance. As soon as life gets back to normal I will gladly go back to eating local real foods. Until then I will eat when I can, what I can and not stress about it at all.

It takes years to get your body out of whack, it takes weeks to get it back in whack. I know how its done and I know I can do it. When life throws me curve balls, takes me thousands of miles from home, puts me on unusual time tables then its just for the best to not give myself a hard time about where my food comes from, who is cooking it, what all is in it. Nothing is going to hurt me over the short time frame of two or three weeks.

About dcarmack

I am an instrument technician at the electric utility servicing the Kansas City Missouri metropolitan area. I am in the IBEW, Local 412. I was trained to be a nuclear power plant operator in the USN and served on submarines. I am a Democrat, even more so than those serving in Congress or the White House.
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