04.28.2013 “Mall Edition”

“The one thing I do that nobody else does is jump three and four times for one rebound.”Dennis Rodman

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Yesterday was kind of a total cheat day, mainly because I ordered Thai Curry a couple of days ago and yesterday I had leftovers for most of the day.

The good thing is that I was able to stretch my leftovers throughout the course of yesterday, and although I ate a lot of white rice (which is something you have to eat with curry) I tried my best to use it sparingly and with the exception of my dinner, I ate 1 cup per meal of white rice.

Naturally, white rice is a culprit because it’s a high-glycemic food as opposed to brown rice.

The other thing I need to address is the Starbucks habit, which has kind of gotten out-of-control lately, only because I’ve been socializing a lot in certain key events, which tends to lead to me ordering a Starbucks mocha.

So, today is the day I have to get back on track. Wish me luck. Today, I was surfing and working from the mall at Starbucks.


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Sunday, April 28, 2013

Breakfast – 10:30am

Oatmeal ~ 1/3 oats, 1/2 water, with blueberries, strawberries and a little raw sugar.
Water ~ 1 glass

Snack – 12:30pm

Starbucks Mocha ~ tall, with whip

Lunch/strong> – 3:30pm

Potato Chips ~ air-popped, barbecue, 1 small bag
Water ~ 1 glass

Afternoon Tea – 6pm

This meal was actually closer to a late lunch, consisting of Japanese food items.

Nigiri Sushi ~ 3 mackerel, 3 salmon
Broccoli ~ steamed, 4 large florets
Asian Pear ~ 1/4, sliced
Miso Soup ~ 1 cup
Chamomile Tea ~ 1 cup

Dinner – 8pm

Wings ~ baked, 3 pieces
White Rice ~ 2 cups
Water ~ 1 glass
Dark Chocolate ~ 1 small piece

Late Evening

Wings ~ baked, 4 pieces
Asian Pear ~ 1/2, sliced
Miso Soup ~ 1 cup
Chamomile Tea ~ 1 cup



Carlos Rull

Carlos Rull is a musician living in the San Diego area. His interests include Yoga, Eastern Philosophy, Zen Buddhism, and Gardening. He plays drums, piano, and composes New Age & Ambient music, and his albums are available on iTunes and Amazon.com.

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