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Saving money while dieting? who wouldda thunk??

Tuesday, June 03, 2008

I have a few minutes so I thought I would pop on here and drop a short post up for the evening, I just got done making lunches for my wife for the next twelve days because were on mission to see how much money we can save whilst losing all of our weight. She was eating Lean cuisine's or smart ones for Lunch every day at work and if you buy these little convenient packages of goodness you know that they can be pricey, usually she can get them on sale four for ten dollars, and if she is lucky five for ten. so we were doing our bulk shopping list for the week last Saturday and came up with the idea to make our own little version of these lean cuisine meals since I am a pretty good cook and don't mind a little work to save a few bucks.

She and I just made 12 portions of the BBQ rice beans and chicken that I posted the recipe for a day or so ago and packaged them up and they are in the freezer right now. We bought a whole chicken while shopping this weekend and I baked it this afternoon so that it would be cool to make these little meals this evening, 2 cans of Goya black beans and made a pot of rice. The whole chicken was less than $5.00 we bought the Goya beans for 3 cans for $2.00 so the beans we used cost $1.34 the rice was oh I don't know, we have a 20lb bag that we bought for like $8.50 or something so lets say the rice was $.50 so grand total for these 12 lunches cost us $6.84 if I call the chicken five bucks, that works out to $.57 per portion. we had BBQ sauce in the fridge and black pepper and Mccormick spices in the cabinet so I won't include those in the total.

Each portion contains.

1/2 cup cooked white rice = 100 Calories
1/4 cup black beans = 45 calories
2oz shredded chicken with BBQ sauce on it = 120 calories

Total calories 265 per portion.

Now I came up with the calories for the chicken @120 per 2oz because it is mostly white meat which is about 50 per oz and the dark meat is about 60 or so per oz add the BBQ sauce and I just rounded it to about 60 per oz which I think is pretty close.

I am sure I will dip into these for a lunch here and there myself and I plan on making a Spanish version of these little portions as well as an Asian themed version, I have an idea that the Asian one will be very low in calories as I plan on using lots of veggies. The best part? tomorrow it is suppose to rain all day so I will make a soup with the carcass from the chicken that I used for the lunches, so we will have 3 containers of soup in the freezer by tomorrow evening and a nice home made spicy Spanish themed soup for dinner tomorrow night and all that will cost us is whatever the Veggies cost, which I estimate to be under $6.00, maybe I will figure that out as well and put it in a later post. with gas prices going up the way that they are and with food prices rising daily every bit counts and all of this creativity with my cooking and planning helps a ton there, and look at that! I am on a low calorie diet plan, eating healthy, getting my fill of highly nutritional home made meals and no special buy it now for only 3 easy payments of $39.99 miracle diet plans in sight.

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DONEPAT 6/5/2008 7:45AM

    That's a great idea, I'm going to try that.
I have a reynolds Handi-vac- instead of the food saver or plastic containers.
I got it on sale at Target for 6.00 and the bags are about 2.85.

You may want to check that out.
Gonna try your recipe.
Patty

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YARDENXANTHE 6/5/2008 12:04AM

    Good job! Plus, you KNOW what is in each & every bite! Awesome, now I know why you're the Done Dude of the day! :)

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NYMPHAMOI 6/4/2008 11:34PM

    Wow Great idea! One question, what'd you freeze/store them in?

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LEO_SUNGIRL1 6/4/2008 1:39PM

    Go ahead! Very resourceful article.

Comment edited on: 6/4/2008 1:37:51 PM

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KMEKATE 6/4/2008 12:24PM

    Super cute, super smart and super saver to boot! Well done.

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SAMSMOM60 6/4/2008 11:30AM

    Hey, I did the same thing...not the same recipe but the Smart Ones turned out not to be too smart for my pocketbook. I cook in bulk on weekends and freeze my own also. I got out of the habit though and you have inspired me once again!

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MRSMIZZLE 6/4/2008 11:04AM

    Wow...LOVE this post....I do the lean cuisine thing for lunch, I have GOT to try this!!!!!!

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WHIMSYT 6/4/2008 10:03AM

    WAY TO GO on being the DONE DUDE o'the DAY!!!!

Hey, I wanted to point out 3 more things--
(1) not only are they less expensive, but they are far healthier because you don't put in near the amount of sodium those convenience prepackaged foods have!! and that makes a difference not only in blood pressure, but on the scale as well since sodium makes us retain too much water.
(2) you are doing your part to help save the earth!!! Losing weight, saving money, AND saving the earth all in one fell swoop......WAY TO GO!
(3) if you would consider switching to brown rice, your nutrition would skyrocket heads above the white stuff!! Plus, it would feel more filling for longer because of the added fiber and nutritious B vitamins!

You rock, DONE DUDE!!!!

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GRACEFULTURTLES 6/4/2008 10:00AM

    Inspiring me to get cooking! I also cook up breakfast in advance for easy out the door stuff. I can't do the bars anymore. And my selection is limited here in Germany. But I am totally going to try the rice beans and chicken, as well as an asian version. THANK YOU!!

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JDMAKEIT2HOT 6/4/2008 9:58AM

    your doing great .... and your wife is lucky she got a man who loves to cook!

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~*~*LISA*~*~ 6/4/2008 9:43AM

    Wow...that is really great and such an awesome idea. It'll also be great for my little starving teens when they come home from school. Thank you for posting that and I'll be looking for future recipes :)

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SWEETZMIX 6/4/2008 9:39AM

    I am glad u wrote this blog because as of Monday night me & my BF were discussing the same thing. Gas & food prices are ridiculous plus when trying to eat healthy it can be expensive. I really like the Smart Ones & Healthy Choice, but they are pretty expensive. I usually have them in the house for when I get tempted for something, I pop one of in the microwave. We usually have enough dinner for the next day, but my schedule changed at work. So now I get home at 7pm (my BF always gets home late) & I still want to work out & stuff & have to be up at 6:25am the next day. I wanted to try & make dinner & lunch for a week at a time this weekend for me & my BF. If ur saying ur saving a ton of money, & it seems that way to me..I will definately give it a try.

I love ur blogs, ur always got something useful on them!!!

Ebony

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WOODLANDMYST 6/4/2008 9:26AM

  Excellent ideas! I make batches of beans and rice then freeze for future meals, but never thought to make my own frozen entrees like that. Thanks! Cyndy

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MESACHICK 6/4/2008 12:22AM

  Zeus, when it comes to economizing, you are TOTALLY singing my song! There are soooooo many costs associated with being overweight. I am looking forward to our Project Mayhem homework for that very reason!! My biggest obstacle to overcome is decreasing my health insurance costs - hubby is self-employed and we buy our own insurance. Right now, it is CHA-CHING expensive for us both (we are both heavy) and I can't WAIT to get into healthy range. Once I am into ONE-derland, my rates drop by about half. Crazy, huh?

Thanks for the great ideas for lunches! I am a SAHM who helps hubby w/ his business, but I am ALWAYS looking at quicker ways to cook...I do NOT share the loving-to-cook gene with you :-), so this sounds awesome to me. You rock!

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ZIRCADIA 6/3/2008 9:40PM

    WOOHOO!!! That is some serious money saving!! What kind of containers do you use for freezing?

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BBQ rice, beans and chicken dish...a recipe by me.

Monday, June 02, 2008

A few people have asked me about this recipe so I posted it up on my blog, feel free to take a look at it and try it out! it is very tasty yet simple.

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ZIRCADIA 6/2/2008 10:11PM

    MMMM sounds good, and right up my alley for sure. ;)

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JAYMATTER 6/2/2008 7:15PM

    Aye, I like the sounds of that recipe. Will have to give it a try soon.

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MESACHICK 6/2/2008 6:02PM

  That sounds GOOD!! OK...new job on Spark...design more recipes that even I can cook! LOL

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GLORYTOGLORY 6/2/2008 4:45PM

  sounds yummy

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The Monday after a terrible food weekend.

Monday, June 02, 2008


The Monday after

Monday is here and back to business I must go, Saturday we did our beginning of the month bulk shopping trip, and Sunday we went to my Mother in laws house for dinner which proved to be a relaxing day that took me completely off of my regularly scheduled intake plan. Saturday I came in at calories, though I do not know exactly how many I had on Saturday because of some late night popcorn, the calories on my excel sheet say 1095 and I would be very surprised if I had more than 400 calories worth of popcorn so I will call Saturday under calories, we watched "The Pianist" with Adrian Brodey, it is an older flick but I have to say that it was one of the best movies I have seen in a while, I really enjoyed it a lot, if you have not seen it I would recommend it for sure, its the story of a Jewish Pianist and how he survived Warsaw during the Nazi invasion. it is a little bit of a long movie, about 2 and a half hours but very much worth the time in my opinion 9.5 out of 10, and here is the menu for Saturday.

05/31/08

Breakfast
11:00 AM
3/4 of a zone bar 175

12:00 PM
1 banana 105
1 tbsp peanut butter 95

Lunch
2:30 PM
1 pear 85

Dinner
6:30 PM
6oz deli turkey 180
3 slices whole wheat bread 210
1oz tings 160
1.5 tbsp miracle whip 45
sliced tomato 15
ketchup 15
large dill pickle 10

10:00 PM
Big ol bowl of popcorn

Sunday was a bad day for the intake, Breakfast was a deli turkey sandwich at around 10:30 am followed by a zone bar on the way out the door around noon, My wife bought a coffee coolata from dunkin donuts around 2:00 pm and I drank at least 1/4 of that while driving around looking at a house my mother in law may be buying, upon getting back to my Mom in laws place her boyfriend offered me a beer and I turned him down until he was pouring his and he made the offer again, it was a Belgium wheat beer that has hint of orange to it and was served like a Corona, except an orange slice in place of the lime, its a very light smooth beer and the orange...well lets just say 5 beers later I was sitting by the fire pit in the back yard making and consuming smores, doh! Dinner was the same because it was post beer, I did not count what I ate and I did just eat pretty much what I wanted to, Shrimp and Scallop shishkabobs and BBQ chicken, sweet potatoes, corn on the cob and a salad, hey what can I say? its nice to indulge once in a while. I won't pretend to be able to even take a close guess at what my intake was for Sunday so it shall remain an unknown.

I hope everyone else had as nice a weekend as I did I hope not as calorie filled but thats another story. everything is still on track with the weight loss otherwise and because of this weekend I am going to take it easy this week with the intake and try and eat as good as possible to try and counteract some of the bad intake from Sunday. look for a recipe on here very soon, maybe a little later this afternoon. keep on keepin on and remember that its only life, enjoy it while ya can.

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YAHTZEELOU 6/4/2008 9:25AM

    Oh Lord I used to drink the you know what out of Blue Moon when I was in college. Like it was goin' out of style. Like I had a thirst I couldn't quench. Whew. Reason #456 why I was overweight and still gaining?! Haha. Anywho, it sounds like a good weekend!

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MESACHICK 6/2/2008 1:28PM

  "The Pianist" is in my top 20 of all time. Love it!!

One thing I like about you is that you call a duck a duck...meaning, if you have a little off-kilter moment, you acknowledge it and MOVE ON. I am working on being like that! YOU GO!!

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GLORYTOGLORY 6/2/2008 1:19PM

  Great attitude yesterday behind you start out the week doing what you know to do. Next time you might want to log those cals just to make you aware of how much you indulged. When I write it down it helps me to binge lighter the next time!!!

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HISHAPPYAPPLE 6/2/2008 12:49PM

    I enjoyed "The Pianist" too. Great movie!
You blew it with the food, but the good thing is that you know you did. Tracking food makes a huge difference because we can see what we did and change it.
You the man!



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KMEKATE 6/2/2008 12:30PM

    I think a blow it meal every once in while is okay. I lost 115 pounds on Weight Watchers in 54 weeks and ate a meal of whatever I wanted every Wednesday night.

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SPACEMONKEY_D 6/2/2008 11:32AM

    Hey, I think you did pretty good. You know where you messed up and there is no problem for you to stay on track.. You are accountable and tooo me THATS THE POINT!!

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JAYMATTER 6/2/2008 9:37AM

    Blue Moon is an excellent choice of beer on which to indulge of a nice Sunday afternoon. No blame there. emoticon

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HEATHERBFIT 6/2/2008 9:36AM

    I'm glad to know that even the great slip sometimes... Especially when they are so motivational (as you are) that they say ah, well, and get back on track! THANK YOU!!!!!! I slipped up MAJORLY on Saturday, very similar to your Sunday, and when I tracked close to what I had eaten, it ended up being over 3,000 calories. :( But Sunday was a new day and I got RIGHT back on track, spending all day making healthy recipes for the next few weeks' lunches and stayed a bit under my calories while being full all day. :D Plus, today is day 6 of my quitting smoking and I feel great! :) Thanks again - you really are an inspiration to all of us DONEys... :)

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SWEETZMIX 6/2/2008 9:25AM

    Sunday is no big deal trust me. I do that once a week, eat what I want. As time has progressed instead of stuffing my face, I watch what I eat but I indulge & go over just a lil with one thing I really want. I went over yesterday by two something cuz I wanted more Edy's Yogurt Blends Ice Cream. (Try the Pralines Caramel Crunch...awesome)

I wish u nothing but the best this week & I know you will be posting about ur weightloss by ur weigh in.

Ebony

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Into the 20's!! dropped another 3 this week :)

Friday, May 30, 2008


This 2002 Honda 919 weighs in at 427 lbs, this happens to be one of the bikes that I am considering buying when I hit my goal weight.

You will have to go to zeusmeatball.blogspot.com/ to see what weighs as much as I have lost because spark only lets me put one photo up.

Weighing in

Another Friday has come to Us so another day to record ye old weight, its funny to me that I choose a day of the week to represent my accomplishments for said week, it is after all just a day in the sea of days but it shall remain. This week I thought I was going to have a terrible week as last weekend I was very much not "on track" as far as my eating went, but I am happy with my loss for the week, this morning I hopped on the scale and it reported back to me that I weigh 427 pounds on this fine Friday morning, that is a 3 pound loss from last Friday, Not bad for a week that I honestly thought was going to be my first gain week. this 3 pound loss this week brings me to 107 total pounds lost to date, not bad for a guy thats not buying into the "miracle diet" craze eh? I thought that I would put an update on how wify was doing on todays post as well, she is down to 190 lbs as of this morning which is a total loss of 46 lbs since Jan 1st. She looks great and I am equally happy for her as I am for myself for losing all of this weight, collectively we have dropped 153 pounds off of ourselves in just 5 months thats more than both of our children weigh combined! Moderate exercise and diet is proving to be the way to drop this weight for me as well as my wonderful wife.

This weekend we have been invited to dinner at my mother in laws place, we are either having scallops and shrimp sishkabobs, or salmon steaks depending on the weather, were suppose to get some rain tomorrow and if that happens salmon will be on the plate. I am looking forward to a walk around the lake so I do hope the rain does not ruin that part of the visit for me. otherwise nothing in our plans for the weekend. My intake has improved from last weekend, as I said I was not "on track" then, but this one will be better. Thursday My intake was good and I ate a big ol pile of watermelon late in the day just to get in my calories as it was almost 8pm and I was still almost 500 calories under. Here is the menu for Thursday.

05/29/08

Breakfast
9:45 AM
smart ones meal 230
whole wheat english muffin 100
omega 3 spread 25

Lunch
2:30 PM
1 progresso soup 120
1/2 cup rice 100

4:00 PM
sugar free jello and cool whip 50

Dinner
6:30 PM
1/2 cup kidney beans 120
3/4 cup chopped broccoli 30
3oz chicken 180
3/4 cup white rice 150

7:45 PM
21 oz watermelon 189
6oz sweet potato 150

Grand total of 1444 calories for the day which is right where I wanted it to end for the day. I do need to start walking regularly again, I took more than a week off because I want to try this cycling one week on one week off with the exercise thing and see if it makes the weight come off in bigger chunks. This week is a hardcore exercise week so I look forward to being tired, sore and sweaty and I plan on having a smile on my face the entire time. Thanks for following along.

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NES211 5/31/2008 4:01PM

    congrats on all the weight lose!!! i enjoy reading your blog.
keep up the great work!!
sincerely,
Vanessa

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ZIRCADIA 5/31/2008 9:10AM

    YAY for you and your wife!!! Also your food sounds really good... that chicken/sweet potato/broccoli dinner sounds so gooooooood!! :) I might be stealing some ideas from you. :D Well, talk to ya later!

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GLORYTOGLORY 5/30/2008 2:03PM

  Congrats to you!!!! Congrats to your wife too guys lose quicker than woman and her weightloss is amazing too!!! Love it another family supporting eachother in health goals!!!!

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BIGGIRL2082010 5/30/2008 1:39PM

    Keep at it - you (AND your wife) are such an inspiration! Thanks for sharing!

Cheers,
Maya


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HISHAPPYAPPLE 5/30/2008 11:37AM

    You and your wife are doing wonderful!
Thank you for sharing your journey with us. Very inspiring!


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MRSCAROLB2 5/30/2008 11:02AM

    I loved your blog very inspiring. You and your wife are doing great! I know you will get the new bike by the determination in you blog! emoticon to you and your wife. Keep up the good work!

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WRITER28 5/30/2008 9:55AM

  I'm reading your blog faithfully and I'm jazzed for you that you have done what you've set out to do. This is proof that setting goals and having the mental determination to see them through does work!

I'm also happy for your wife, so you can tell her that someone reads about her on your blog and is aware of what she's doing too.

emoticon to both of you; keep on truckin'!

Carol

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MESACHICK 5/30/2008 9:30AM

  LOL...I love the photos on your blog! I went a ways back and had forgotten that your first "loss" photo was Eva Longoria. Can't wait until I lose an Eva myself!! LOL

Congrats on your success so far! You deserve it! Your wife, too - how great that you are doing it together! Makes it soooo much nicer when fixing meals, planning dinners out, etc.

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Fire! Fire! hmmm ok not the same as doing it in a theatre, look anyways please

Thursday, May 29, 2008


This might sound odd, so you are warned, But when thinking about my weight loss I lately feel like I have started over and its because I am at a small number again, and what I mean when I say that is I am 100 lbs lost plus whatever I am above, last Friday I weighed in at 430 lbs which is a 104 lb loss, well I am stuck on the 4 lbs. see I told ya odd but I just can't get past feeling that way about it and I know that it is silly. I will just have to wait until I am in the double digits to feel good about the weight again, and yes I know that I am already in triple digits, I know its a mental thing.

I have been back on track this week as far a calories go because I feel like I let this whole past weekend get a little out of hand and went above too many days, so this week (since Tuesday anyway) I have been going a little light on the calories to help the average for the week go down a bit which my Excel sheet will tell me on Sunday if I have succeeded with that. I am into the twenties with this mornings weigh in so I hope to have a decent number come tomorrow morning for the "official" weigh in for the week, I am looking forward to it. here is my menu from Wednesday.

05/28/08

Breakfast
10:15 AM
2 whole wheat english muffins 200
sliced tomato 15
omega 3 spread 25

11:15 AM
1 pear 85

Lunch
2:45 PM
1 can progreso soup 120
3/4 cup cooked white rice 150

Dinner
6:15 PM
7 oz BBQ/garlic rubbed roasted chicken 350
6 oz baked sweet potato 150
1.5 cup chopped broccoli 60

9:00 PM
1.5 dannon light yogurt 90


Grand total of 1245 calories

I am just a guy that has had enough with being a "fat guy" and had enough with worrying about things that should not be worried about at my age, death being one of those things. in five short months I have lost more than 100 pounds of fat off of my body and have more than that still to lose and have improved just about every aspect of my life where weight could effect it. Lots of people have emailed me, and a lot more have left comments here or in private messages on a couple forums that I am a member of and I wanted to say thanks to every one of the people that have taken the time to do any or all of those things I just mentioned, it does help and it is a great tool in keeping accountable to know that these people, You people are there reading along and taking the time to send those messages out to a total stranger. So Thank you

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LADYN55CHVY 5/30/2008 4:06PM

    You are doing AWESOME!! Keep up the good work. I actually look forward to seeing what you have done. I wish it were as easy for the women to lose the weight as it is for men. Once I get the first 10 lbs off then it almost stops. Very frustrating to say the least. But, you are a great inspiration to all of us no matter what! Keep going it (you) will only get better. emoticon

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LADYIRIS313 5/29/2008 11:20PM

    Perception is a tricky thing -- but you're noticing that your focus is a bit 'off' and that is what will get you through. Wow you've hit a great milestone. Perhaps you need to give yourself a treat ... new walking shoes or a new DVD to remind yourself what an amazing job you are doing. You are getting by on such a small amount of calories - maybe you can adjust and give yourself a bit more and just add a few minutes of workout as a treat. Just keep mixing things up and you'll keep right on going. In a way, getting down to another level really is a brand new journey .. but its being taken by a stronger, more experienced man. Yahoo!

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NYMPHAMOI 5/29/2008 10:03PM

    Dude I think you are doing an amazing job dropping those pounds. You are a great inspiration. KEEP IT UP!

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MZUNGU-TEMBO 5/29/2008 8:46PM

    Just keep tracking and keep logging your exercise & food...you'll get there with the right attitude...which through your writings sounds like you have...great job!

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READY4MO 5/29/2008 6:48PM

    Wow, I think that it is great that you are focused. WTG on you weight loss so far. Loosing weight is such a long journey. Too bad that they have not invented a magic solution yet. Maybe soon.....

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MESACHICK 5/29/2008 5:00PM

  Not a total stranger anymore, Zeus! I love that you share bits and pieces of yourself here. I credit Spark myself for helping me clean up some of my mental rubbish and purge some of my mental fat. I think that's the hardest part of the battle.

LOL on the 4-pound focus. You are a numbers-driven one, aren't cha!! I am as well...that's why I recognize it...LOL

You are rockin', as usual! Have a great day!

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REVRACE24 5/29/2008 3:37PM

    You are doing a fantastic job!!! Keep it going!!!

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H2O4LIFE 5/29/2008 2:36PM

    (((hugs))) you're doing awesome!

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TRUTALLICA 5/29/2008 2:22PM

    I totally get it - mine is about the lowest number of the last two digits of my actual weight. Once I break out of the 250's, I'll be stoked again but once I reach say 244, I'll be like - "alright, let's move it!". It's a mental thing and I think that's what challenges me and that "4" may challenge you each time to keep going - that or we just don't like the number 4. emoticon

Whatever it is - we're going to do this because we're done with it! emoticon

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THEMOIRAI 5/29/2008 1:40PM

    Dude, you're a total inspiration to me. You've done some amazing things! I'm sure you'll get over the hump.

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SWEETZMIX 5/29/2008 1:32PM

    Hmm I get what ur saying. You kinda made it to a mini goal but seem to be stuck there. I hope I get it, so it's like u have to start over to continue the success on ur journey. And who wants to start over, its a lot of hard work. I think ur awesome, and just keep working at it. IT WILL COME OFF...TRUST ME!!

I looked at ur food for Wed. and I have to say...I eat way more than that. I wish I had that will power, cuz I have trying to stay around 1300-1400 a day. LOL I read it & now I am hungry.

Good Luck on ur journey & ur right we all had enough with being the "fat guy/girl". For all those people who feel we are the "fat people"...I say SCREW 'EM!!!

Ebony

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GLORYTOGLORY 5/29/2008 1:29PM

  Your welcome and thankyou for the inspiartion !!!!

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KMEKATE 5/29/2008 1:23PM

    We can't help but root ya on, you are such an inspiration. You never give up, you just get up and keep going.

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