I had a corporate catered lunch of pizza. I knew it was coming, so I planned ahead my choices from this menu: pizza, cheesebread, chicken wings, dessert (no vegetables!). I planned to eat one wedge of pizza, one piece of cheesebread, and brought my own salad. I forgot the dressing, so I ate it "dry", which is probably fine because the fat and calories in the pizza more than made up for it.
Problem was, the pizza was cut in squares. Since it was a thin-crust pizza, I justified having a little more than what would have been one wedge. I didn't go totally overboard like I normally would have, but I had 4 squares instead of two. Next time my goal will be to choose 2 squares instead of 4 (and stick to it), but I'm happy I didn't blindly fill up my plate and passed on wings and dessert.
Dinner will be on the light side.