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Eating the Super Bowl

Sunday, February 03, 2013

Just filled my plate with some great food and not so great food.
And then I put my plate away.
While I can't identify all that went into my mouth, I did fill the plate with half vegs of crispy baked kale, snow peas that I zapped for one minute (I hate them completely raw) and lots of carrots.

The bad stuff was some sort of processed food-stuffs... philo-spinach-stuff, lightly-breaded-stuffed-mushro
om-stuff, fish-sticks. a small handful of chips, goat cheese and artichoke dip.

I have no ideas of quantities. Perhaps it's a great day to quick add my veggie count, charge myself 800 calories of crap and drink a cup of tea.

Although I'm not at all full, I am feeling the craving for an apple and just half a lemon bar.
And a beer.

It could be far worse!!!
Dinner will be a small bowl of Veg Chili made by my 20yo. No more cheese, and lots more vegs with that great salsa Kiera brought.

For now, I'm taking a superbowl break and getting in a quick 10 minute workout
Go 9ers!
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    Tomorrow is another day...too bad the 49 ers just fell short in their comeback!
    1868 days ago
    only me and my DH and I am not even watching the game, I did go in for the half time, and some of the commercials, yet to see a good one, but still hope I guess, You do not do this all the time, so relax and start over in the morning.
    1868 days ago
    OK. Here's the deal.

    Stop eating NOW.

    Forgive yourself.

    Start over tomorrow.

    1868 days ago
    It could be worse. I was able to track all of mine. Hubby wanted all sorts of appetizers for the super bowl. So he got those and I had a salad with a couple of appetizers. Stayed within calorie range.
    1868 days ago
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