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    Day 2
    Lunch: Steamed shrimp, cold, tossed in salad with an oil and vinegar dressing. 1/2 a mango and a bunch of strawberries.
    Dinner: Handle full of blueberries, eaten in a rush.
    Movement: Just some walking at lunch. My boyfriend got us ticket's to Book of Mormon, and after waiting for MONTHS in anticipation, we finally saw it last night. And it was great! Just hilarious. Does laughing for almost 2 hours straight count as a workout?
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    Day 3
    Lunch: Chopped Salad with chicken, hard boiled egg, sun-dried tomatoes, cucumber, etc. Someone brought a ton of snacks into the conference/war room I'm working in, so I ate dried seaweed and a lot of nuts so that I wouldn't eat a bunch of candy.
    Dinner: Nada. Wasn't hungry.
    Movement: HITT workout


    Day 4
    Lunch: Clementine, blueberries, and dried mango while picnic-ing, chicken satay dockside after kayaking.
    Dinner: Skirt steak salad, handful of pistachios. Cracked and had two beers to celebrate the fourth.
    Movement: 2 hours of Kayaking
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    Day 5
    Lunch: Ropa Vieja stew, side salad, fried plantains
    Dinner: 6 pieces of salmon roll (rice, oops)
    Movement: Nada

    Day 6
    Lunch: Steak and Eggs, 2 mimosas (booze, oops)
    Dinner: Massaman curry over sticky rice (rice, oops)
    Movement: HITT workout and traipsing around the city with a friend visiting from out of town.

    Day 7
    Lunch: Guacamole (with a spoon! my friends are used to be being weird, but I think the waitstaff was confused.) Tuna/cucumber/avocado ceviche
    Dinner: Leftover Thai Food (no rice)
    Movement: 30 min of yoga and more traipsing around the city with my gal pal.

    I am bad at diets....
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    Day 8
    Lunch: Skirt steak, broccoli, gazpacho, honeydew, strawberries
    Dinner: Nada
    Movement: 4 flights of stairs 4 times, walking
    No disease that can be treated by diet should be treated with any other means.
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    Day 9
    Lunch: Meatballs, skirt steak, coconut chips
    Dinner: Nada - Super busy afternoon and evening and then all of a sudden it was 10pm and I had forgotten to eat.
    Movement: Sprints on the erg machine, ran a mile.

    Day 10:
    Breakfast: Eggs with butter
    Lunch: Tom Kahi Gai, Thai Beef Basil (no rice!)
    Dinner: Gazpacho, half an order of bibimbap I split with the boy (So probably less than half really, lol)
    Movement: Walked 2-3 miles.
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    Day 11
    Lunch: Beef with mixed veggies, steamed carrots, cashews
    Dinner: Eggs with butter
    Movement: Walked 2-3 miles, push ups
    No disease that can be treated by diet should be treated with any other means.
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    Blah Blah Blah. I say all this crap about doing some version of whole 30 and set other deadlines and everything and then NEVER post about it ever again. I am the WORST at journalling.

    Anyway, millionth attempt at this.

    I just posted a bikini pic on the internet, so that's scary. (I mean, it was on FB before, but no one could see it unless I said so.)

    New life plan: eat and move with an eye towards my future long term health rather than my short term vanity. The looking good part will follow.

    I ate a cupcake for lunch though, so this new motto starts at dinner.
    No disease that can be treated by diet should be treated with any other means.
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    Yesterday I had lunch with my grandmother at the Bryant Park Grille. Stir fry turkey and veggies, yum. And then delicious steak frites for dinner.
    No disease that can be treated by diet should be treated with any other means.
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    Ha, it's really hard to maintain the eating good thing if you have any social life AT ALL. The people that I see being 100% paleo warriors are relatively broke gym nuts that don't ever go out.

    I've kind of realized that personally, I will probably never be 100%

    Life is more enjoyable around 85% for me.

    Hi again Liz!
    I used to seriously post here, now I prefer to troll.

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    HI! Yeah, I have no interest in being a 100%er. I like spending time with my friends! Speaking of which, let's get lunch soon!

    This weekend was nice. It was Yom Kippur and once again I breezed through the whole fasting for 24 hours part. Followed by gorging on awesome home made food with family friends and then several beers at a concert. Sunday pho (I was home in DC for the holidays and the area has the best pho outside of Vietnam) full of tripe and "ligaments." Delicious and nutritious.
    No disease that can be treated by diet should be treated with any other means.
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