Friday, October 11th
1) What did you consume?
An apple for breakfast, a shepherd's salad for lunch, and steak fajitas and half a sweet potato for dinner. Dessert was a sliced apple with natural crunchy peanut butter.
Our office's Senioir Art Director/Master Baker was at it agian with bite-sized pumpkin oatmeal chocolate chip cookies. They were out of control. As I was I. My original plan was to put 2 in a bag and save them for my epic cheat day just around the corner. But, to confirm they were worth it, I needed to taste test.
That's when it all fell apart, they were so delicious that I had to eat three, which I felt was a fair serving size for a single point deduction. So, in an epic fail, I lost a point two days before my cheat day. An I still tools some for the road. Typical.
2) Were you active and what did you do?
Yes, went to CrossFit. Mobilized in the warmup. Kind of.
3) Did you complete the lifestyle goal?
4) Did you cheat/lie?
I started off trying to lie about the the cookie taste test. But it turned into a full-on cheat. Whoopsies.
Also, I ate the vinegarette dressing that came with the lunch salad. I don't know what's in it, but I'm not deducting a point. The salad's not the same with out it and there was no other option. Stop judging me for salad, jerk.
5) How do you feel?
We stocked up for our epic cheat day car ride:
Also stocked up on insulin shots.
Cumulative deductions: 14