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Breakfast for Dinner

Breakfast for Dinner

Lisa Eirene

About Lisa Eirene Lisa lost 110 pounds through calorie counting and exercise. She swims, bikes, runs, hikes and is enjoying life in Portland, Oregon. Her weight loss story has been featured in First Magazine, Yahoo Health, Woman's Day and

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  1. Beth @ Beth's Journey

    I love having breakfast foods for dinner! Eggs are one of my favorite things of all time, hands down.

    And yes, I definitely struggle with keeping up healthy habits when I have life stressors going on. I agree too with the exercise/eating part. For me, I usually keep the exercise up and its a major stress reliever, but it’s much harder for me to stick with healthy eating.

    1. Lisa Eirene

      I know…why is it so hard to keep up with healthy eating? At least the exercise balances it out.

  2. Kelly Happy Texan

    Jalapenos and sausage. A marriage made in heaven. Or your kitchen.

    1. Lisa Eirene

      It was spicy on top of spicy!

  3. Jennifer

    Your fritatta looks delish!

    I have a hard time eating well when I’m stressed out too. I did some stress eating last night and after I said to myself, “Something’s bothering you. What IS it?” Usually it’s something I can’t bring myself to face up to. Or it’s something out of my control. When it is something out of my control, like waiting to hear about a new job, I totally turn to food. Not having control over my life is just something I don’t deal with well!

    1. Lisa Eirene

      That’s good that you asked yourself that question.

      I usually know WHY I’m stress eating. But knowing WHY doesn’t keep me from doing it, unfortunately!

  4. Valerie @ Life 4 me by me

    This looks delish! I have just come across your site.

    Staying motivated has always been a huge struggle for me. I am loving these answers.

    1. Lisa Eirene

      Thanks for visiting my site Valerie! Motivation seems to be a big factor for people.

  5. Lisa

    oooh I havent had breakfast for dinner in ages!!

    For me, staying motivated in times of struggle first requires me to admit that I am struggling. Once I have done that, and chatted about how I am feeling, I find that I can then focus on bringing it all ‘back into the light’ šŸ™‚

    1. Lisa Eirene

      I wonder if I do that…if I am often in denial about whether I’m struggling. That’s good food for thought (so to speak)…

  6. steena

    omg, WOW, I like never try recipes, but I might try that one, looks really good.
    “For me the one constant in my life no matter what stressful, maddening, saddening struggle might happen to me is exercise” I’m the same. Even in my worst of injured times, I’d sit on the spinner crying, but pedaling away.
    Me & you, we’re lucky to have that mindset MUST WORKOUT. šŸ™‚

    1. Lisa Eirene

      Yep! It works in our favor. Until we get injured and CAN’T work out….But at least we found other things we COULD do!

  7. Mary (A Merry Life)

    Breakfast for dinner is THE BEST. Mm, I really want some jalapenos!

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