Part two was popcorn with some M&Ms. #typical So, here’s my face instead of boring you all with my popcorn… Again. 😂 I received my gold cords tonight, showing that I earned a cumulative GPA of 4.0 or above. I’m very happy because this has been my goal since I entered high school, and despite all the 💩 I put myself through, I ended up reaching it. I really can do anything I set my mind to. (If only I could have realized this at 3 AM this morning whilst having an anxiety attack…) #edrecovery #intake #myfood #myface #me #snacktimeallthetime #personal


yesterday’s vegan intake!

9am - raspberry banana nice cream with blueberries and cacao nibs

10:30am - big bowl of berry bran flakes with rice milk

2pm - salad (lambs lettuce and romaine) with tomatoes, onion, avocado, and homemade French Dijon dressing and hot sauce

4pm - innocent “energise” smoothie

5:30pm - half a vegan pizza with tomato, artichoke, asparagus, sun-dried tomato, and vegan cheese

7pm - a graze bag of peppered popcorn and a big handful of almonds

I got SO hungry in the library yesterday so me and my flatmate got a vegan pizza on the way home :)

5/21/15 (Thursday)

Breakfast: 3lbs cherries

Exercise: 20 mile cycle

Lunch: smoothie (3 bananas, cherries, mango)

Exercise: hike up mount Juneau

Dinner: butter lettuce, carrots, hummus, dressing; rice, Bombay potatoes

Snack: soy yogurt, buckwheat, steel cut oats, coconut, 2 dates; and a random tortilla

Banana vanilla oatmeal - my favourite way to eat oats currently!


Mix 1 mashed banana, 60g rolled oats, 1 tablespoon of each chia and flax seeds, 200 ml almond milk (or milk of your choice), a dash of cinnamon and a splash of vanilla extract in a bowl. Put it in the fridge overnight.

In the morning, warm the oats up with a splash of boiling water in a small saucepan on the stove. Let them cook/simmer for only ~5 minutes. 

That’s it! This really takes such little time, it’s super healthy and extremely delicious :)

This was my lunch: Baked potato fries (from 1 medium potato), seasoned with pepper, garlic, salt, basil with ketchup. And a whole bunch of mixed veggies seasoned with salt & pepper. Super delicious!

Realistic Intake for y’all

Okay so I really never make intake posts because I feel like posting about what I eat is not only boring, but also kind of silly. BUT the last time I posted one (as a joke for an anon), a lot of people really liked it because of how “real” it was and it made people feel better about how much they eat during a day. Because if we’re being honest, I eat A LOT.

Like…SO much more than I ever see any other fitblr’s posting. And the stuff I eat isn’t 100% healthy. It’s not even 50% healthy a lot of the time! Like, I don’t  drink smoothies for meals or eat bowls of veggies for lunch or small portions of anything. Ever. So I thought it would be nice and refreshing for y’all to see an actual intake post of someone who is extremely active. Marathon training requires fuel, and a lot of it, and I am CONSTANTLY hungry. SO this is what a pretty typical day of food looks like for me:

Pre-run snack: A banana

Post-run snack/Breakfast: Two pieces of brioche with raspberry jam, and an apple with peanut butter

Lunch: An enormous bowl of pasta with bolognese sauce

Snack: A banana and a Lion bar

Dinner: A foot-long french baguette sandwich with butter, Gouda cheese, ham, and mixed greens & an entire can of Pringles

Dessert/After dinner snack: A bowl of Cookie Crisp cereal with milk

So there we have it. I’m thinking the total amount of calories for today is around 2,600-2,800 (rough estimate it might be more honestly who knows). And it’s decently balanced?!? I got plenty of fruit and a bit of vegetables, LOTS of carbs (as always), and some treats. No restriction, and I finished every meal feeling full and satisfied. Do I feel great about eating an entire can of pringles? Not really lol. But life goes on and they were delicious. Plus I was still hungry. So i ate.

SO DON’T FEEL BAD ABOUT EATING. EAT. DO IT. EAT A LOT. Your body needs it, and will thank you for it. Don’t be fooled into thinking you need to survive off of 1500 calories, and that is has to all be organic and 100% healthy. I eat this much or more EVERY DAY. Because I need to. Food = energy and I want alllllll the energy.

So next time you feel bad about going over your macros for the day or you are regretting that third piece of pizza…just think “Casey is probably eating an entire chocolate cake as we speak.” Because it’s very likely.


I actually woke up hungry this morning for the first time in about a week!!!!! Agh how I love being able to eat food haha. So breakfast was 4 slices of fresh olive bread, toasted and topped with smashed avo, black pepper and lemon!🙌🏻👌🏼


Dinner at Restaurant Roux in Fremont. The best southern food in Seattle!
We got a mint julep, fries, cheddar and jalepeno hush puppies (drizzled in honey - the outside is crispy and it’s a little spicy, perfect!), shrimp and grits, buttermilk fried chicken (!!), and beignets. The buttermilk fried chicken was so crunchy on the outside, yet moist on the inside.

5/20 vegan intake :)

- three small slices of whole grain bread with a small avocado, earth balance & garlic salt

- kombucha
- quinoa & rice blend with split pea soup, arugula & garlic salt

- handful of blueberries
- dark chocolate chips with dried berries

- limeade
- plate of rice, avocado, pink bean stew, garlic & sweet plantains & raw greens with lemon dressing


Oat banana pancakes with crunchy peanut butter, plain soy yogurt, lots of fresh fruit and cacao nibs 🍓🍌


1 ripe banana, 100-120ml milk, 1 tbs flax seeds, 1 tbs chia seeds, 60g rolled oats, cinnamon, ¼-½ teaspoon baking soda

1. Mash the banana, mix it with the milk and seeds. In another bowl, combine oats, cinnamon and baking soda. Mix everything together and put it in the fridge for 20-30 minutes.

2. Preheat a pan with some coconut oil and bake like normal pancakes.