Another What I Ate Wednesday, but this time I wanted to do one while I was on vacation. And let me tell you, it’s not perfect, but it’s life, and…

  1. I tracked!
  2. I enjoyed myself!
  3. I didn’t stress once about it!
  4. I did my best to estimate when we ate out or when I wasn’t cooking.

Since I’m still on eastern time, I woke up at 5am and had a quick pre workout of my usual, ThinkThin Bar that I packed with me.

At 6am I dropped in at a CrossFit box and had a great workout, burned over 500 calories for the hour.

When I got back I had a post workout of a protein shake (I packed my protein powder and a shaker), protein waffles, maple syrup and some berries. It wasn’t as many carbs as I needed, but I did my best. This also served as my breakfast.

Lunch out at Gusto’s was a spinach salad with grilled chicken, pine nuts, pancetta, and goat cheese. I asked for a balsamic reduction, instead of a vinaigrette, to save on fat. The goat cheese came on the side, so I just added a little bit to my salad, and did not eat all of the pancetta or pine nuts, again to save on fat, otherwise that lunch alone would have been way up there!

Afternoon snack was a dairy-free silk vanilla yogurt, with some Love Crunch granola on top. It was so good!

My next meal, well I don’t think it qualifies as a meal, but vacation..was a glass of champagne!

For dinner we had spaghetti in a meat sauce and a glass of red wine.

 

I ended the day 3g over on my protein, 10g over on my fat, and 25g over on my carbs. I did get in about 15,000 steps today though, so I told myself the extra carbs (wine) was just what I needed lol.

I hope this helps next time you are traveling or on vacation. And if you have a trip coming up check out my tips for staying on track while traveling here. Spring break will be here before we know it!

Let me know if you have any questions!

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