VT’s 21-Day Lunch Challenge: Day 17

By Jolia Sidona Allen May 14, 2010 Categories: VT's 21-Day Lunch Challenge

VT's 21-Day Lunch Challenge: Day 17

What’s for lunch? Curried Red Lentil Soup with Lemon

Smart Bite: Book some you time.
In his book Thrive: The Vegan Based Training Program, professional triathlete Brendan Brazier reminds us that it’s important to take time to improve yourself so that you can better help everyone around you. He reminds us of how, in an emergency situation on an aircraft, we are instructed to put on our own oxygen masks before helping those around us. How does this philosophy apply to your lunch break? Your lunch time is your time; if you spend it recharging, you’ll be better equipped to go back to work and give more of yourself to your job and your co-workers. “You can give more once you’ve taken care of your own needs,” says Brazier.

Read VT‘s “One on One with Brendan Brazier,” vegan trialthlete and author of Thrive: The Vegan Nutrition Guide and Thrive: The Vegan Based Training Program.

 

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Changing your diet doesn't mean you have to lose taste. Their are tons of foods out there that are equally tsteaful and nutritious. It's just a matter of finding what you like. Just think of all the ice cream thats out there. Now I'm sure that the one you like now wasn't always your favorite. You went through a couple flavors and brands before you found the one you liked ..that's exactly what you have to go through to find the great tasting nutritious meals.

Evan - 2014-07-26 08:58:31