PNE - Day 1

I've decided to start this PNE on this Sunday just like how a normal week starts. I'm off to a good start with a filling breakfast of scrambled eggs, sweet peppers, onions, and spinach cooked with a little bit of extra virgin olive oil. Then I was off with my family to visit my mom at Forest Lawn cemetery. On the way I had a "green monster" smoothie. It consist of tropical frozen fruit blend of papaya, mango, pineapple, strawberries, bananas, 2 handfuls of spinach, and water. (Paleo friendly) Since I'm addicted to coffee I stopped by a joint called Dripp, ordered black and it was darn good.
Lunch time.... here's where it gets tough because off running errands and choosing where to eat and ordering the right food will be a challenge, but I decided on some el pollo loco chicken. An 8 piece family meal with mixed veggies and sweet potato fries that quickly turned into 16 piece chicken meal at the checkout. Took the food home and went to town but kept PNE in mind by going skinless and no fries because I doubt it was fried I'm coconut oil, olive oil, or ghee. So another meal down and feeling good. After lunch we embarked on our game plan for meals for the week. Costco and Sprouts are now our default markets and we loaded up on some meat and boat loads of fruits and veggies. Now we're stocked, locked and loaded ready to go.
Dinner... After consulting with the wifey on what to cook we settled on some grilled marinated chicken and steamed broccoli. Once dinner was done we took a little more time to do some extra food prep for the week once we put the little one to bed. This will allow me to stay focused and on track. This will probably be a staple meal because it doesn't seem to fail. So at the end of 1 full day, I feel great and I believe because it wasn't as drastic of a change to what I normally eat. Looking forward to the remainder of this experience and my daily wods.