The one good thing (there’s some more, but this one is the most good) by being back in Stockholm is – wait for it – I’m back on track with my workout routine. I can finally spend four or five days a week at the gym and it feels so good. I’m freakishly strong at the moment. Like, I can feel my muscles under my skin, they are waiting, wanting, needing to be used again. My body is at its happiest just after a long killer workout. I usually don’t tell about how often I workout or what I eat and so on, there’s so many other people who do that. But I yesterday I find my new holy grail among post workout meals. Oatmeal porridge, raspberries and natural curd. Love it.
I also read an article about how we have become so accustomed to artificial flavours we can’t stand natural flavours. I try to eat as little sweeteners, e-numbers and whatever as possible. Only whole food, natural flavours and everything not industrialised. Of course I’ve my weak moments, but I’m at least aware of them. And then I can indulge and gorge in them. This is my diet, no bulk protein shakes or eating six times a day with an exact calorie intake, I eat whole food and what I like. If I want a burger for lunch, that’s cool, if I want ice cream, that’s cool. But eat plain good food as far as possible.