Friday, August 21, 2009

In Utica, NY, Day 5 Food Log

Well I got out of bed very early for me this morning at 9:30a.m.. I took the flight at 1p.m. out of Las Vegas. Airports are tough on nutrition. At the Las Vegas airport after careful consideration I had a Beach Salad with Chicken from Sammy's Beach Bar and Grill. At the Chicago Airport I had a Pulled Pork Sandwich with coleslaw, fries(only had a couple) and milk. On the plane ride I had 1 100 calorie pack of oreos, 1 pack of nuts and one pack of pretzels.
On the plane ride I mostly read a book called "The Game : Penetrating the Secret Society of Pickup Artists" by Neil Strauss, New York Times Bestselling Author. The name might sound bad, but its really about human attraction and interacting with people. Its quit an interesting book. I really like it, it gives me good ideas about how to approach women I am interesting in. How to get them to look at me as more than just a "friend". Some interesting things in this one chapter are: 1. Cesaria Evora, a diva from the Cape Verde Islands has some very sensual music, good to keep in mind 2. "Some people spend their lives trying to fill a hole in their sole. When women don't absorb that emptiness, they look to something bigger: God" 3. "Simply finding out that you have a passion for something another person also likes and respects is enough to fire that strange emotion we call chemistry."

Food Log:

Breakfast: Bowl of Oatmeal squares cereal with milk- 260 calories, 6 grams of protein

2 Herbal Tea's: (-160) calories

Lunch: 2 Bud Lights, Beach Salad with Chicken from Sammy's Beach Bar and Grill (no idea how many calories, can't find it anywhere) Beer is 220 calories

Snack: 100 calorie oreo pack, nuts from the plane(no clue)

Dinner: Miller's Pub in Chicago- Pulled Pork, Coleslaw, Fat Free Milk(160 calories, 18 grams of protein, didn't realize milk had soo much), some fries but I am proud I threw most of them away

Snack: Pretzels

Late night drink: Draft Cider- 200 calories

My totals I can't figure out today, low on water, low on protein, no clue on calories

4 comments:

MaryFran said...

The book does sound interesting. I've always been intrigued with human nature and how people interact and 'operate'. :-)

Have fun in Chicago!

rachel421 said...

in my long term relationships,,,ok, all two lol. friendship and common interests was the glue that kept the years rolling by and us together. love is grand, but having a few things to truly enjoy together is a plus too! you're on the right track fer sher :)

Losing it in Vegas said...

Just be yourself. That is the easiest way to interact with people, unless you are moody and crappy like me :D

Sorry to hear about your grandma, hope things start going smoother for you.

Emmett losing weight said...

Thanks for all the suggestions and grieving comments.