Sunday, May 25, 2008

Day 66, PCP supplies

Man, another long day. But I got my nutrition right at least. It takes a good half hour of planning to get your diet right if you're going to be out of the house all day. You have to consider two meals and two snacks, all with the right amounts of food, and all as you're trying to get out of the door on time in the morning. I couldn't do it without my scale and lunch box, or rather, lunch boxes.

First, my scale. I love my scale. It's pretty. It's something I have to use everyday, and it's just nice to see good design on a daily basis.


Next, my lunch box (es).

Check it out. Here are three large, square containers with airtight seals. They're large enough to accommodate the sometimes big amounts of protein and vegetables we PCPers have to eat sometimes. So, fill them up with nutritious goodness...



And, thanks to the magical doohickey, they all snap together to make a tasty tower of nutrition. Easy to carry and fits in a gym bag.




Getting the right tools makes everything easier.

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

What kinds of work do you do? I know you teach yoga and own the studio, but are there other things as well?

Patrick said...

In addition to the studio, I am a graphic designer and teach English to kids a few times a week, as well as lectures and workshops on yoga and zen. Not to mention the video production and Zen Is Stupid podcasts.

Basically, I'm all over the place, hence the need for a lunchbox.