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Day 3

Friday, March 20, 2009


2.) increase protein - tried, but didn't do so well today - only 68 grams
3.) increase water - check!
4.) Cook at home more - all meals at home today! check!
5.) One ingredient foods (chicken, veggies, etc.) - not too bad, better than I had been doing
6.) Stay in calorie range - check!
7.) Increase exercise - Check

  
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ROCHESTERMOM 3/21/2009 11:10AM

    Hi! Are you trying to stick to the recipes in the book? I find that if I am getting just a little bit of protein in at each meal/snack, then I finish the day right on track. What I find that works is just keeping some lean turkey breast on hand, or some boneless/skinless chicken, and then I add 2-3 oz of it here and there throughout the day. This morning I had a Thomas' English light Multigrain Muffin with 1 microwaved large egg, .5 oz baby spinach, 2 oz turkey. Tastes great and is great for you! Packed with protein and great before a workout! Hope that helps :) Keep up the good work! - Stephanie

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TAMI1691 3/21/2009 2:52AM

    emoticon sounds like you are off to a great start. Protein is my downfall too. I use a supplement to top mine up. But I eat mostly fresh foods.

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FLYGIRLMOMMY 3/21/2009 12:11AM

    Awesome Job!!!!! Doesn't it feel great to have that many checks!!! Sharon

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Day 2 -- getting back on track

Thursday, March 19, 2009

Today:
2.) Increased protein -- consumed 104 grams today. Not perfect, but getting there.
3.) got in my gallon for the day -- seems like a lot, but I teach PE, so it is necessary. I get very thirsty if I don't drink that much.
4.) All meals at home today!!
5.) Breakfast was good, lunch was OK, Dinner was good, snacks could use some work. emoticon
6.) Check!
7.) Using foam roller and stability ball today -- no cardio

Not bad for today -- hope to stay in check from here on out!

Goals:
1.) get back to 140
2.) increase protein emoticon
3.) increase water emoticon
4.) Cook at home more emoticon
5.) One ingredient foods (chicken, veggies, etc.) emoticon(somewhat)
6.) Stay in calorie range emoticon
7.) Increase exercise emoticon

  
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MHENNE02 3/20/2009 6:24PM

    Way to go! Stay on track and take it one day at time.

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Setting short term goals!

Wednesday, March 18, 2009

1.) get back to 140
2.) increase protein
3.) increase water
4.) Cook at home more
5.) One ingredient foods (chicken, veggies, etc.)
6.) Stay in calorie range
7.) Increase exercise

  
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MSCLVR123 3/19/2009 9:14PM

    What a great list of short-term goals! Most importantly, they are realistic and tangible. I know you'll reach them!

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TAMI1691 3/18/2009 7:39PM

    Good luck with your goals. emoticon

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Back on track

Saturday, January 31, 2009

My weight is down (by my scale) to 144.4 today!!!! Woo Hoo! It really seems like I am getting back on track now. If I continue making the right choices, keep tracking my food and exercise, then I should reach my goal by April!!!!!

  
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SHANSHE 2/9/2009 4:16PM

    YAY for you, keep going, you are doing GREAT!
Shan

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TAMI1691 1/31/2009 11:59PM

    That is FANTASTIC emoticon

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GRAMMABEAR05 1/31/2009 11:04AM

    You can do it!!!! emoticon

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Blah!

Wednesday, December 17, 2008

So, I feel like every blog I have written lately has been about my NOT being on track. Sadly, this time is no different. I did really well for about 2 weeks and then BAM -- back to old, bad habits. I am so afraid that I am going to let my weight get away from me again. Why can't I control myself? I have to recommit myself -- and start focusing on my health and weight. I have to get past the instant gratification of tasty food.

  
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CAROLJ74 12/20/2008 8:45PM

    I can relate to getting off on track! Look at the positive: you recognize the fact that you get off track and you jump right back on. It doesn't matter that you fall off, I am sure at some point, the old you would have gotten off track and stayed off for far longer. When it is right it is all going to fall into place!

Hugs,
Carol

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KATHYBFIT 12/18/2008 11:13AM

    Sweetie, you're not alone on this! Sad but true, I am having the very same routine. I can do well for about 2 weeks, and then, like you said, BAM, for some reason I fall off track. Is it because we are afraid of success? Is it an emotional reason or is it the "Monthly" reason? There are times during all of our weeks that are harder to stay strong than others. That's when we really put our determination to the test! Never give up! We will succeed at this! You know you can!
emoticonKathy

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SHANSHE 12/17/2008 11:34PM

    Why don't you try this, create a new healthy habit and focus on one new healthy habit at a time and don't think in the sense of stopping bad habits. Does that make sense?
Shan

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NATASHA1 12/17/2008 11:00PM

    Hi! Just wanted to pop in quickly and let you know that I can understand your feeling of not wanting to fail.

It's tough to say no to foods we want. Really tough. Remember that only you can make that decision. I find it's easier not to eat badly when it's not in the house but that's tough sometimes. One tip you might be able to use to that everytime you want to have a treat write down what it is you want to have. Then try to go without it and at the end of the week take a look at your treats list and let yourself have one. That gives you something to look forward to as well. It doesn't even have to be a whole week. Just try that one day putting it off.

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