9/6/13 Katie's Healthy Eating Journal: Sunday

by Katie (Jenny Craig 2009 Poster Girl) 6. September 2012 17:39

When I woke up this morning my husband told me he was going to make me a surprise dinner.  Haha and he knows me well because he told me to plan my "diet" accordingly so that we could have some wine.  I have to tell you, we have been so stressed with moving and my chronically ill parents that we haven't had any quality time together.  JB cooked cajun tilapia on the grill with vegetable skewers and whole grain rice.  The cajun seasoning he basted the fish and veggies in was DELICIOUS!  We had a candle-lit dinner with some white wine.  It was such a nice evening being able to eat and converse with my husband, putting our stress aside.  Instead of my fat for the day and my snack after dinner I chose to have two glasses of wine.  Remember how I mentioned a balance?  It's all about learning how to exchange one thing for another.  See - I still enjoy alcohol and even snacks; everything is just portioned and controlled.  

Weight - 117.6 lbs.

Exercise - 3 hours of gardening (I'm telling you, planting, mulching, and digging can take a lot out of a person!)







Breakfast - 

100 calorie whole wheat English Muffin

1 Morning Star Veggie Sausage

1/4 cup Break-free eggs


1 cup fat-free organic milk

Lunch - 


2 tbsp. fat-free ranch

4 Boca Chick N' Nuggets

6 oz. fat-free yogurt

sugar-free jello

Snack - 

1 cup grapes

Dinner - 

2 oz. Cajun Tilapia (Cajun seasoning and spoonful of barbecue sauce)

Cajun Veggie Skewers (mushroom, pepper, and onion)

2 oz. whole-grain rice

Snack -

2 glasses white wine 

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