The Blue Box's Journal, 26 October 2013

Last night was so much fun! I tried to eat well, and I did-at first. I was there for 6 hours, so I think my body went into grazing mode, and when I got tired I may have snagged another cupcake or rice crispy treat to keep me awake. :)

But today is a new day and hopefully I will be better. I'm going out to a fall festival at a local farm, so who knows what temptations await. :P
105.4 lb Lost so far: 9.2 lb.    Still to go: 3.4 lb.    Diet followed reasonably well.

Diet Calendar Entries for 26 October 2013:
1792 kcal Fat: 75.03g | Prot: 62.88g | Carb: 232.44g.   Breakfast: Green Tea, Flush Free Niacin, Spring Valley Glucosamine Chondroitin, Schiff MegaRed, Optimum Nutrition Opti-Women, Tangerine, Cucumber (with Peel). Lunch: California Pizza Kitchen The Meat Cravers Pizza, Cooked Spinach (from Fresh), Great Value Natural Apple Sauce, Butter, Sweet Potato, Cheddar Cheese, Honolulu Cookie Company Dipped Shortbread Cookie, Granola, Whole Milk, Saltine Crackers, Trader Joe's Artisan Bread French Baguette. Dinner: Portabella Mushrooms, Marie's Chunky Blue Cheese Dressing, Great Value Romaine Lettuce, Frank's Red Hot Thick. Snacks/Other: Granny Smith Apples, Candy Corn Rice Crispy Treats, Krave Chili Lime Beef Jerky. more...
1589 kcal Activities & Exercise: Walking (slow) - 2/mph - 2 hours, Sitting - 1 hour, Resting - 11 hours and 30 minutes, Shopping - 1 hour, Sleeping - 5 hours and 30 minutes, Housework - 3 hours. more...
on diet The Blue Box Diet   gaining 4.2 lb a week


I am sure whatever it is it is delicious!!! You can eat it for me too. I am really trying to be mindful about how much weight I gain this time. Don't want to kill myself later trying to lose it. 
26 Oct 13 by member: iamachristianjesusfreak
It was so much fun! I thought of you the entire time, because everything there was minimally processed, organic, GMO free, hormone free-it just screamed clean eating. :) You are really good with watching what you eat, I don't think you'll have a problem with weight at all. 
27 Oct 13 by member: The Blue Box
I hope not. I just love real food. Had turkey and noodles with mixed veggies over mashed potatoes for supper. It was really good. That sounds like a good place to be eating! What state do you like e in again because here in Kansas everything is battered, fried and covered in sugar. We need to move to a healthier place. Lol. When we were at our towns festival they were selling deep fried twinkies. Yuck! Heart attack on a stick. 
27 Oct 13 by member: iamachristianjesusfreak
I live in South Carolina. :) I HATE fried anything, you can't taste the flavor of the food! Only the fried batter. My fiancé ordered deep fried bananas as a dessert someplace and yuck! It tasted like fried batter with hot mush in the center... Now if it was Bananas Foster I would have been all over that! 
29 Oct 13 by member: The Blue Box
I like a few fried foods. But you and I seem to share the love for ice cream and nut butters. I decided the best way for me to live with ice cream is not buy it for home. If I want ice cream I will get some once a week when I go to town to do my grocery shopping. This works best for me. Also today since I love pancakes with peanut butter and a smidge of syrup. I did half peanut butter and half PB 2. Not quite as creamy but still delicious. Plus I was able to cut about 75 calories doing that. Lol. Kinda reminded me of a peanut butter cookie. 
29 Oct 13 by member: iamachristianjesusfreak
If I did not buy ice cream for home I would be broke, because I would be at the ice cream shop every night! :) I love PB2, but you're right, nothing can beat the real nut butters. When I was in college I used to make myself a Belgium Waffle (because we had a couple of machine to make them) topped with peanut butter and chocolate chips. Oh the melty goodness! ...I shutter to think of the calories I was consuming... 
29 Oct 13 by member: The Blue Box
And you probably burned it all off then anyhow. Lol! 
29 Oct 13 by member: iamachristianjesusfreak


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