Sooo many trips to San Francisco International Airport, so few food options. At least seemingly. I have made good use of the baked 1/2 chicken in the past but I wanted something different and went for a sashimi plate. tuna, salmon, cod (I think) ginger, wasabi and pickled cucumbers. I added an avocado and it was both filling and yummy.
After a Red-Eye from San Francisco to Washington, then a short flight to Charleston West Virginia I had some time to kill before I’d be picked up for the MovNat Expansion course. Nothing occupies one’s attention like eating ribs and luckily there was a Chili’s nearby so I sat down and did some damage. You may not know this but Chili’s and Outback SteakHouse have gluten free menus. This is a real boon for me when I’m on the road as I am inevitably sleep deprived (like now) and this seems to worsen my gluten sensitivity.
So I’m seriously sleep deprived but well fed for the MovNat gig.
Just so y’all know I have archived close to 150 articles I’m planning on working into blog posts. Now that the book is nearly complete I can start working on the blog more than just the podcast.
We ARE updating the site and will have the seminars more prominently featured. I receive quite a number of emails from folks asking when the next event is so it’s obviously not easy to find in it’s current location.