Round 2, Whole30, Day 15

April 7, 2016

I was out of bed earlier than usual yesterday, and I woke up hungry. I had an early appointment (about 45 minutes away in morning traffic) to drop off all of my Hazardous Waste! You guys, I had a trunk full! I had 20 gallons of partially full paint, and three boxes of random cans of spray paint, motor oil, paint thinner and a variety of yard chemicals.

Um, have I mentioned that I’ve been cleaning out the garage?? Just a large screen TV to get rid of, and my job is complete!

Anyhow, before I headed out for my early drive, I ate a bowl of Chia Pudding. I might be liking this Chia Pudding thing.

After my early errand, but before working at the Food Truck, I had a little Breakfast Casserole, breakfast number two.

While working at the food truck I had a small, very small….Whole30 baby slip. Since I had plenty to eat before working, I did not take food with me for lunch.

The boss is currently working on a few new sandwiches for an upcoming Food Truck competition that she might enter. We’ve been discussing a particular concoction for a couple of weeks. I was going to take bites of the new sandwiches, taste them, and spit them out. I did not spit. I had a few taste and bites. Those bites included small amounts of cheese and bread and sugar. I’m not calling it the end of my Whole30. That sounds a little drastic. It was six small bites of food, but I can’t eat those bites and not tell you guys about it!

I just have to give it my best guess on points, so I’ll over guess, and call it good.

After work, I took a nice long bath and finished this book, which I absolutely LOVED and highly recommend!

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I had a great Yoga class on Saturday, and I’ve been super busy on my feet working this week, but I feel the need to get in a walk or a Yoga class today!

Here are yesterday’s eats…

Breakfast – 8 SP

Almond Joy Chia Pudding. I’m still debating on an exact recipe for this.

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Early Lunch – 6 SP

Small slice of Pork Sausage and Sweet Potato Casserole, Apple and Strawberry Slices

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Afternoon Meal – 20 SP??

Pork and Pickles at the food truck….

…..and also, un-pictured sammie bites of Food Truck yumminess to come!

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Dinner – 6 SP

Leftover Turkey Spaghetti with Spaghetti Squash, Zoodles and Green Beans. I heated up the meat sauce and all of the veggies in one pan. Hearty and tasty!

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These are my 2016 Goals

Make time each week to Meal Plan
Drink 100 ounces of water each day
Exercise 5 days a week
Three Meals and One Snack, Daily

I can eat 30 SmartPoints a day.

I have an allowance of 35 extra Weekly Points that I can dip into throughout the week if I choose.

My Weight Watcher Week Begins on Friday’s

 

Breakfast = 8

Lunch = 6

Afternoon Meal = 20

Dinner = 6

Total = 40

 

Exercise = none

How many ounces of water I drank for the day = 70

Remaining Weekly SmartPoints = 14

 

I’ve used this one a lot, but it’s a favorite!

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“love the life you live, live the life you love”

julesfarm@yahoo.com

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4 responses to Round 2, Whole30, Day 15

  1. julesfarm@yahoo.com April 7, 2016 at 10:01 pm

    Hi Nancy! I’ve missed your comments, but was happy to see one today, always encouraging me.

    🙂

    Thank you! I hope you are well!

    Julie

  2. julesfarm@yahoo.com April 7, 2016 at 7:27 pm

    I’m a “sticky note”, a “non sticky note”, a “note pad” fanatic! I make notes to buy more notepads!!!

    I started several books last year in Book Club that I just couldn’t get into by page 50, so I put them down. It’s no fun if you’re not enjoying yourself. The last two that I have read, I have really liked. This last one, I loved. Witty and sweet.

  3. Being over the line would have been eating the whole sandwich.
    You deserve a pat on the back for being able to work on a food truck and keeping it together.
    It has to be a real challenge to have all that food pass through your hands.

  4. Glad to hear you liked the book – I have it on a sticky note to get (do you have a thing for sticky notes, too?) after I finish “Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil” – I can’t say I’m loving this book, but making myself get through it as one of my patients brought it to me to read when I told her I was going to Savannah this Spring – she told me it was a must-read before I visit , so here I am trudging through it. I love to read, and am not one to waste my precious read-time on something I don’t love, but I feel obligated to read this one. Oh-well – =)