This afternoon, we will be traveling to Walt Disney World Resort for a much needed 8-day vacation. There are going to be some major food challenges. As far as fitness goes, I will get plenty of exercise walking all day every day, but not a 45-minute walk/run and strength-training. I’m going to try to update as often as I can, so you can see what sorts of challenges I’m encountering on a family vacation. Foremost in my mind is that I don’t want to lose any of the progress I’ve made thus far. I’m not sure I can eat a huge meal any more, so that will be working for me! I will be packing a few things to help me stick to some version of my eating plan. Maggie has generously allowed me one cheat meal, and I’m really trying to figure out when I’m going to take advantage of that. I need to stick to this. If I can maintain my eating and fitness plan on schedule, I will be 80, that’s right, 80 pounds lighter when it’s time for the Disney 5K the first weekend in 2010. Wow. That should help keep me honest!
8:00 Woke up, took meds, stretched, drank water.
8:45 Breakfast. 1/4c (uncooked) steel-cut oats, 3oz ground turkey, 3 egg whites, 1T Walden Farms blueberry spread.
11:00 Snack. 4oz cottage cheese, 1/2c strawberries.
1:30 Lunch. 5oz ground turkey, 1/2 c brown rice, 4oz asparagus. I ate this in the car on the way to Orlando.
4:00 Snack. 2 scoops protein powder
7:00 Dinner. Wolfgang Puck’s Express. 6-7oz Rosemary Chicken breast (skinless), 1c organic baby greens with balsamic vinaigrette on the side, 1 bite of creme brulee.
Late snack. 2 Sugar-free Jell-o snacks.