Late Night Curly Fries

Hello! I’m back safe and sound in Southern California Smile 

It was a long day of traveling yesterday, but went a lot smoother than many of the other HLS peeps travels.IMG_7918 (600x800)

I had another layover in Dallas and had an hour to explore. I really love the Dallas airport! Is that weird? Yes.IMG_7914 (800x600)

During my exploration I bought a cookie to keep me company Winking smile This sucker was big so I only planned on eating half. Um, yeah. It disappeared before my flight was off the ground!IMG_7920 (800x600)

By the time Ben picked me up it was after 11pm PST, but I had been up since 6:30EST! I was hungry for my 6th meal of the day. We decided to visit that guy Jack who lives in a Box. I should be embarrassed to eat curly fries at 11:30pm on a Sunday night. Am I kinda am. Oh well, it’ll be our secret that I happened to broadcast to the entire internet.IMG_7922 (600x800)

This morning I woke up with an irritated stomach (thanks Jack) and super dehydrated. I chugged some water and hit the sidewalk for an easy 5 miler. I feel better already.

I have been craving scrambled eggs all weekend! So breakfast was an egg patty with PB&J toast and sugar/cinnamon toast. IMG_8034 (800x533)

In other news… The Examiner linked to my interview with Bob Harper this weekend which I really appreciate.

And I’m still working on updating my FAQs so send them over.

Question: What’s your favorite travel snack?


  1. says

    My husband hates the Dallas airport because of delays and layovers, so it’s nice to hear a more positive view of it. :)

    Also, no shame in curly fries. None at all. :)

  2. says

    Jack in the Box curly fries are SO good. No shame. Something about traveling and fast food just goes together, I think. But my “healthy” travel snacks include apples and some sort of trail mix. My husband HAS to have beef jerky and peanuts when he travels, especially on road trips. I thought that was weird but I think lots of boys are into the jerky so maybe it’s not that weird.

  3. says

    Glad you’re back safe and sound! I am ALWAYS hungry after flights no matter what time… travel is so exhausting even though you’re not really moving around much!

    How are those cookies anyway? When I loved in Tucson I saw them in stores and was always intrigued but never went for it. From what I gather here they are delicious!

    My favorite travel snacks are definitely bars. I am a bar fanatic. I love Think Thin bars and the Greens Plus peanut butter protein bars. Pro bars are pretty awesome too! They are just so easy to pack and there are so many choices out there for different needs.

  4. says

    Whenever we come home from a trip late at night, we always stop at JITB for their tacos. I don’t know why, but I love them.

    My favorite travel snack is trail mix. I love the miniature pieces and feeling like I’m eating a ton when it’s not a lot. Yummy!

  5. says

    We don’t have a JITB out here [DC area]- west coast thing?!

    A favorite travel snack is some type of mix- cereal, nuts, etc.- lasts a while so it keeps me from mindlessly chomping on food I usually otherwise wouldn’t eat!

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