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PAWSE and Vision Board

Thursday, October 16, 2014

Last week was a great week for nutrition even though I failed to plan. I made sure to eat as healthy as I could with what I had here at the house. I didn't do my PAWSE last week because I wasn't sure when I would be able to turn my head enough to make it to the store. My evening meals were a little more fly by the seat of your pants. This week though is different. I'm still completely healed but I'm getting there and have started increasing my exercise minutes and intensity.

We had pork chops last night. Tonight we are having left overs to clean out the refrigerator. Friday we will have breakfast for dinner. Saturday I'm going to roast a chicken. Sunday we will either have some sort of beef dish or shredded chicken tacos. Monday I'm going to make skillet lasagna and Tuesday will be salad night.

This is my vision board. It shows what I need to be healthy, who inspires me to stay healthy and some motivational phrases.

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HAWTGRANNY2014 10/17/2014 10:02PM

    Great plan and vision board. Now I know what one looks like lol.

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SALGUOD2 10/17/2014 5:41PM

    looks great

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WEC Surveillance and PAWSE

Friday, October 03, 2014

Getting high CO is always difficult for me. I decided that today and Monday I am aiming for perfect points. This means I have to work out hard, track all food and let everyone know how I do. I've done great this morning. Between my walk with the dogs (I added jogging intervals) and my run on the treadmill I burned enough calories for full CO points.

My challenge is going to be tomorrow. We have a 50th birthday party to attend. I will eat before we go and we won't be there too long because we are tail gaiting before the UCLA game. I will bring healthy food to share and I think I will have to bring some other healthy stuff for me to eat. I'll check out what people are bringing on the list this evening. My exercise on Saturday and Sunday will be completed in the early morning to prepare for the football game and on Sunday for Andrew's baseball games.

Wed. - leftover chicken and veggies
Thur - leftover turkey meatloaf and salad
Fri - wholegrain pasta with homemade marinara and a salad
Sat - Tail gaiting
Sun - BBQ something, I still have to convince DH
Mon - Roast Chicken
Tues - Pork chops with green beans, pinto beans and salsa

Wed - walk
Thur - Walk, TT and run on treadmill
Fri - walk with the dogs and an additional run
Sat - Walk with the dogs with intervals and ST
Sun - same as above
Mon - Walk, P90X and step ups
Tues - walk, run on treadmill

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HAWTGRANNY2014 10/3/2014 1:57PM

    bbq something ? anything bbq is good. I put bbq sauce on oninons..put into foil and bake it. Yummy. Good plan.

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PAWSE Sept 24

Thursday, September 25, 2014

Last week I wanted to do a spark video each day. I didn't quite succeed with this. I ended up doing three in one day to make up for days missed but that was not my intention. I did however, do a very good job of sticking with the meal plan!

My goals for this week are to:
1. create a basic schedule for exercise, cleaning and working
2. Some form of ST 5 days a week
3. Run 3 days either on the treadmill or with the dogs

Meal plan
Wed - BBQ pulled pork sandwiches
Thur - Roasted chicken
Fri - Leftover chicken shredded and cooked with zuc, onions, tomato, garlic and whatever else sounds good
Sat - Turkey meatloaf
Sun - Out with my parents/family for my b-day
Mon - Chuck roast
Tues - leftover/salad night

Exercise plan
Wed - walk/easy day
Thur - Run on treadmill and TT
Fri - 5k, ST
Sat - Walk/run and ST
Sun - Walk
Monday - Walk, step ups, ST
Tues - walk/run, light ST

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HAWTGRANNY2014 9/26/2014 5:47PM

    Food does sound good...especially pulled pork. Great plan. I wish I could get hubby to eat turkey anything. going to try and fool him when he gets home and maybe season the turkey better.

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DARINGR8LY 9/26/2014 1:16AM

    emoticon Delicious menu. Great goals for the week.

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GORIANA 9/25/2014 8:42PM

    Sounds like a good plan! emoticon

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PAWSE – Sept. 17

Wednesday, September 17, 2014

The problem for me in the summer is that my kids are home all day and I’m an emotional eater. The problem now that school is in session is that they come home with homework and my youngest doesn’t like to just get it done so she can play without me nagging her. So you guessed it, emotional eating. I have been pretty good the past two weeks about not eating cake, cookies, candy etc. And yes, I am very proud of that fact. The goal of course is to continue to not eat the junk and replace it with healthy alternatives, food and non-food options.

My meal plans have been hindered by the fact that is just so hot that I haven’t wanted to cook. So I’m thinking of ways to cook without the oven (stove top, microwave, BBQ, NuWave).

Wed – Whole grain pasta – homemade sauce is already made
Thur – Pork ribs in the NuWave
Fri – Breakfast for dinner, probably pancakes/waffles and/or eggs
Sat – I believe I’m going out to dinner with friends
Sun – Son may be in a tournament late so will have to be something easy – salad or leftovers
Mon – Pork roast
Tues – Taco Salad

My exercise plan needs to take a step up. This week I will increase my strength training by adding in the Spark videos of the day.
Wed – Walk with the dogs – low key/rest day
Thur – walk, TT, and spark videos
Fri – walk (5k), spark videos and run on the treadmill
Sat – walk, spark videos and fitness tests
Sun – walk, spark videos
Mon – walk, spark videos, step ups
Tues – walk, run, spark videos

My goal this week is to increase my stamina and strength, eat healthy with no processed sugars, sleep at least 7 hours a night and drink a minimum of 8 glasses of water. This is usually not a problem since I only drink water and milk. emoticon

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SASHAY40 9/18/2014 2:15AM

    Wow!! You can do it!! I may or may not be an emotional eater too....but I am just an eater.... All the time- SO Good luck to you!! We can do this!! I have found that getting myself out of the house or out of the kitchen even works!! AWESOME GOALS!!

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HAWTGRANNY2014 9/17/2014 10:08PM

    ,Debbie, I think I need to add to my pawse. I don't think I did it right. You can do this. I am an emotional eater too. Hubby is supposed to get his leg amputated in Oct. unless something good happens and just found out my mom has a week heart. So you keep me going and I got your back too.
Great goals and menu. You got this!

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SECONDCHANCE48 9/17/2014 8:02PM

    Debbie you should be so proud of yourself those things are hard to give up....What's Nuwave


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SHEENADEE 9/17/2014 7:58PM

    Great plans!


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Plans for next 6 weeks

Friday, June 13, 2014

1. 400 minutes of exercise weekly
2. Strength Training at least four times a week
3. Walk at least five days a week, preferably every day
4. Add intervals or go for a run three times a week
5. Control my new habit of playing games on my phone by only playing when I’m waiting for a sporting event to begin
6. Most days I have a protein shake for lunch that includes at least seven servings of freggies. I want to add two more servings of veggies a day.
7. Sleep a minimum of six hours a night but try for seven

Summer vacation begins today. I will incorporate exercise with the kids also. We will swim, bowl, ride bikes, hula hoop, jump rope, jump on the trampoline, play volleyball, Frisbee, walk, Wii or some other physical activity at least five days a week.

Meal plan for the week:
Friday - out to dinner - Mexican - I will get chicken Valencia
Saturday - roasted chicken
Sunday - ham for Father's Day/Eric's B-day
Monday - Chicken tacos
Tuesday - Taco salad
Wednesday - pork chops
Friday - Pulled pork sandwiches

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SHEENADEE 6/14/2014 12:26AM

    Great plan!

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SAPHRAEL 6/13/2014 4:34PM

    emoticon Good idea to make a plan for the rest of the season. Nice job!

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GRANDMABABA 6/13/2014 12:39PM

    Looks great. Much success to you!

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BELLENGLISH 6/13/2014 12:38PM

    Wow! You have it together! Keep it up!

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