Saturday, August 22, 2009

Labor Day Challenge - Week 6 - Saturday

No exercise planned for today. I'm on my weight training break and will start "full time" cardio on Monday. I'm going to shoot for 4 days a week for the two weeks before P90X starts. Speaking of P90X, I want to recommend a new blog. I ran across Maine Girl on the Beachbody message boards, and she's two weeks in to the program. I love her posts - they are to the point, informative, and quite amusing. So please, check out Maine Girl's P90X blog.

8:30 AM - turkey bacon, omelet w/ light cream cheese, onion, green pepper & picante sauce

11:30 AM - ground turkey, green peppers w/ avocado-chiptole hummus

2:50 PM - cantaloupe & cottage cheese

6:10 PM - fish tacos (w/ homemade whole wheat tortillas), tomato cucumber salad

6:45 PM - Thin Mints; I wanted to eat the whole box. I would have eaten the whole thing, too. I knew I wouldn't stop at one cookie or one serving (4 cookies); I ate two servings. And I'm more impressed with myself that I actually added it to my nutritional tracker. For some reason, that doesn't make it feel so bad. Of course, now my coffee tastes like crap.

7:55 PM - Mock Mudslide (milk, Nesquick, vodka & kahlua); I could totally get fat off this. Next time though, it needs more alcohol. I only had one.

Four cups of coffee and 80 ounces of water.

Calories - 2119
Carbs - 221 (24 fiber)
Protein - 141
Fat - 75
C/P/F Ratio - 41.6/26.6/31.8


Jess said...

Whoa?! Vodka & Kahlua?! Tsk, tsk. ;)

Becky said...

I needed a reason to not be allowed to drive. Sam is trying to talk me into buying a Netbook (which I really, really want but want to wait) and he couldn't keep pressuring me if I'd had alcohol. Plus, I've been meaning to try the recipe ever since I saw it. I didn't put nearly enough alcohol in it.

Jess said...

That is absolutely hilarious! I'm going to have to stick that little gem in my bank to use later on.

Is the netbook the laptop that you can also write on? My SIL and one of my professors had one and those things are schweet!

Becky said...

I think that's called a tablet. Netbooks are the really tiny laptops.

Jess said...

Ohhhh. Shows you how much I know about computers.