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Project low-budget pamper me part II

Monday, March 07, 2011

Good lord, the snow is really coming down. Yesterday it rained all day, then it sleeted all night. Second week in a row I won't be swimming on Monday - don't know if it was officially canceled last week, but it sure is today!

Most of my exercise today will come from shoveling. I should run - obviously it'll have to be on the treadmill - not really feeling it but I'll take a page from yesterday & tell myself I only "have" to do 10 minutes.

On to today's subject. I can think if a million ways to pamper myself that cost money - it's harder to think of ways that don't cost much but my time. I am still marveling over how much better my face looks - I'd been really broken out lately. I'm going to try to remember to steam & sugar scrub it weekly now!

I've also been having me a little Hugh Jackman movie marathon over the last few days. I started with "Australia" - watched that over 2 nights (it's a long movie). Then the next night I watched "Someone like you", which I think is one of the best romantic comedies you've probably never heard of. And I finished it up with "X-men origins: wolverine".

These are all movies we've taped previously. We only get premium channels when there's a deal - a few months free - and then we tape movies like crazy. So basically didn't cost me anything but time. I'm always amazed that Hugh Jackman isn't a bigger star - he's one of my favorites.

Because I knew the weather yesterday was supposed to be lousy, I had already planned ahead of time to rent "Burlesque" from video on demand. I don't know why this movie got such bad reviews - sure, the plot was paper thin but it's definitely entertaining. Can't figure why they didn't have Cher sing more, tho!

It's snowing evenly harder now!

So there you have it. Pampering doesn't have to mean spending a lot of money - it just means spending more time on yourself doing the things you love cause you're worth it no matter where you are in your journey.

  
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BESSHAILE 3/8/2011 6:51AM

    Oh happy pamper yourself day!

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DAYHIKER 3/8/2011 6:25AM

    I like Hugh Jackman but not a lot of the movies he's in. I did see Someone Like You and enjoyed it. I like a hot bubble bath and a good book getaway. emoticon

Cindy

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FREELADY 3/7/2011 12:21PM

    Fun and frugal . . . that's right down my alley! Thanks for all these great ideas!

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NATPLUMMER 3/7/2011 10:47AM

    Shoveling will definitely count as some ST and cardio. Try the treadmill for 10 minutes, you may be pleasantly surprised.
You've got me thinking about a facial this afternoon. Hmmmm. Maybe while the laundry is going.
I really like Hugh Jackman. Although I haven't seen any of the movies you watched. Somehow I never seem to have time to watch much of anything. I'm with you, I don't mind a thin plot as long as the movie is entertaining.

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MZSLYDE01 3/7/2011 10:05AM

    Yes pampering at home - It's my favorite thing to do. Don't get to do it often enough though. I can't believe you guys are still getting snow this late. Where do you live???? I probably already heard it before but must have forgot. I feel bad for you having to deal with it so late in the year. We still have some cold but our snow is mostly melted now. Well enjoy your day anyway.

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PCOH051610 3/7/2011 8:39AM

    You are right when you say pampering doesn't have to cost much at all. Granted you could buy all of those magic products but then you wouldn't have the money to buy shoes! Also, I often wonder what is in half of the products out there. I have super sensitive skin although it is not dry so I have to treat my face with kid gloves. Luckily I find homemade remedies the best!

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SHEILA1505 3/7/2011 8:26AM

    Hugh Jackman is yummy!

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DDOORN 3/7/2011 8:08AM

    We got HAMMERED by the snow...heading out for Round #2 with the snow shovel...ugh!

Don

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NUTRON3 3/7/2011 8:05AM

    Have a good day

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SKINNYPOWELL1 3/7/2011 8:05AM

    Enjoy pampering day II. A candle-lit, hot bubble bath with a good book sounds like a great idea for a snowy, cold day.

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Low budget pampering

Sunday, March 06, 2011

I like a massage as much as the next gal, but I can't afford one as often as I'd like to. So yesterday I decided I would give myself a mini spa day at home.

I started with my face. I put water & a few drops of tea tree oil in a large measuring cup and microwaved it about 3 minutes, putting on some music while I was waiting. Then I set a timer for 5 minutes & sat with my face over it.

I realized after a few seconds that I was a little bored, so I meditated a little. I don't meditate in big chunks of time; I'll do just 1-5 minutes throughout the day whenever the thought hits me.

Next I applied the Fresh Beauty Green Apple Peel and set the timer for 7 minutes - have to confess to doing some multitasking, and I would've felt more relaxed if I hadn't, but I did have a few things that had to be done.

Washed that off, applied Dr. Hauschka's Clay Cleansing mask (I've had both these products for ages, I just so rarely remember to actually use them!), set the timer for 7 minutes, and did a bit more multitasking.

Oops, skipped the first step: put approximately 1/4 cup olive oil & 1 tbsp coconut oil in the microwave & warmed it up for about 2 minutes - that proved to be too long, it was uncomfortably warm - and massaged it into my hair.

Tried to hold up my hair to prevent ruining my clothes - had that done at a spa once & I did ruin my top - while microwaving a hair towel for about 3 minutes. Unfortunately, the towel never really got that warm, but the plate I put it on sure got hot! Maybe put it on a paper towel next time or a microfiber cloth, then wrapped my hair up in the towel.

I washed off the clay mask, then added some water to some sugar to make a paste and washed my face with it. I used what was left on my body in the shower. Then I just showered like normal.

I used all stuff I already had on hand, and it took maybe just over an hour, and it felt great!

Only problem is that even tho I used less oil than recommended, it was still too much - my hair is kind of a greasy mess & it stained my pillowcase. But it's much less frizzy!

Have any at-home spa secrets you care to share?

  
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PCOH051610 3/7/2011 8:31AM

    I've just learned some great tips here....thank you! I used to always deep condition my hair with warm olive oil before I shampooed and conditioned. Now I usually deep condition my hair once a week and use a product called Morrocanoil (spelling?) when I step out of the shower. It sure helps my frizz!

Spa days at home are great! I'm with you on trying to multi-task though and it sort of ruins the relaxing effect!

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SKINNYPOWELL1 3/7/2011 7:57AM

    We must have been on the same wavelength yesterday. I treated myself to a foot soak and pedicure, topped off with some pink nail polish, while relaxing watching the Indiana Jones Movie Marrathon on USA channel, while eating a home made roll. It may not have been a massage at a fancy salon, but it was just what we needed. Yeah for at home pampering. Hope your week is off to a great start, except for the snow of course. emoticon

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FREELADY 3/6/2011 8:43PM

    warm foot soak, apply lotion & cover with old socks, elevate feet!

Thanks for the great tips!

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HEYRED221 3/6/2011 5:01PM

    Sounds like a great day. I like to soak in the tub. I also deep condition my hair about once a week.

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TEMPEST272002 3/6/2011 10:12AM

    I love home-spa days... but I dont do it very often. I wonder why not? I guess I just got out of the habit. Anyhow... thanks for all the wonderful spa ideas. I like to put pure vitamin E oil on my face & let it dry. Really makes the skin feel tight & smooth. I hope you have a wondeful day!

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NATPLUMMER 3/6/2011 10:03AM

    Sounds like fun. Sorry, no at-home spa secrets to share.

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FRECKS96 3/6/2011 8:51AM

    Awesome!!! I think SP has a whole article on at home beauty treatments. I'll have to see if I can find it. I would love to take an hour for myself to do this stuff. I'm generally happy to just stand in a super hot shower for an extra 5 minutes and shave!

I hope your relaxation carries you through the rest of your weekend.

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AMALIA8 3/6/2011 8:14AM

    Sounds like a nice treat. I've never been to a spa so I don't have any suggestions. Sorry. Keep up the great work though and good for you treating yourself!

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The photo that shocked me & shoe porn

Saturday, March 05, 2011



So I started to take photos of some of the shoes & other purchases I've made over the last 3 months, cause I know how everyone likes photos (myself included). And I figured while I'm at it I'll take a photo of my focus jeans.

Normally I don't think I look as good in photos as I do in person. And these were all taken with my cell phone, so not the best photos to say the least. But I was shocked! Really, I look like that? So I decided to put it up against my before picture, and I was even more shocked. Seriously, that's what 30 lbs look like?

And the truth is I'm still slightly overweight. Really, I am. 138 lbs on a 5'1" woman is still too much. Altho I do weigh in in jeans, after breakfast & 3 cups of water/tea. So maybe the reality is I weigh about 136.

I also do work out pretty hard, so I'm somewhat toned. Altho you don't see definition in my arms unless I flex them, which tells me there's still too much fat on there. But 138 on a toned body will not look like 138 on a body that has more body fat. Muscles rule!

I've always felt sort of shy about posting photos, even tho I do it a lot. And then my buddy NATPLUMMER posted her before photos for Chalean Extreme. This is definitely a woman who doesn't look like she has any weight to lose, and like me, she doesn't have a lot to lose.

And I got it. That these photos of healthy, fit women are encouraging. I was like if she looks like that at her weight - even tho I'll never be that thin simply cause I'm a little taller (the mind boggles!) and even if I were the same height I'd probably never be that thin -- still, it gave me encouragement for what I can look like when I lose those last few pounds.

The jeans in the photo are what I call my focus jeans -- not my goal jeans, altho I think they'll finally fit perfectly when I'm at goal -- but focus jeans, because they focus me on what I need to do. They're still just a tad too tight. Like I have to pull them up every time I get up cause they pull down when I sit down cause my stomach & thighs are still too big for them -- just slightly -- crack ain't just for plumbers, if you know what I mean!

Ok, enough about me, let's get on to the rest of the photos & shoe porn.

A close up of the belt I was wearing. I love it! A sparkly, western style belt. The photo doesn't do it justice.


The necklace DH bought me for my birthday -- lousy photo, sorry, but I really like it & wear it a lot.


And as promised, shoe porn!

I bought these on clearance at Target of all places. I never even look at the shoes in Target, but I did this day. Love em. So edgy, so comfortable.



This photo doesn't show you that these are sparkly. I even have the perfect dress for them if it's ever warm enough to wear dresses again!



Sequined gladiator sandals. Need we say more? How abut little kitten heels?



I already have red slingback shoes, but I suppose I can justify these cause they're not slingbacks, right? And again, kitten heels. They're Nine West, which I find fits me well.



Hope you enjoyed!




  
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PCOH051610 3/7/2011 8:35AM

    LOVE the pictures....all of them! I think you are looking fantastic by the way...great job on losing those 30 pounds and looking so firmed up!

Love the shoes too! Funny how a lot of us women can really relate to shoe purchases as being a big deal!

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SKINNYPOWELL1 3/7/2011 8:01AM

    Loved all your shoe pics... a girl can never have too many pairs of shoes. emoticon

P.S. You look fabulous in your "after" pics, you've worked hard and you are looking good.

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DINGALLSTOO 3/6/2011 10:25AM

    looking good, wish I could wear shoes like those.

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BESSHAILE 3/6/2011 7:21AM

    you are something girl. And I like that term - focus jeans. I am going to find something I can focus with too - I love it!

Congratulations on how far you've come.

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FREELADY 3/5/2011 7:24PM

    You look wonderful! And the shoes are terrific!

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DAYHIKER 3/5/2011 7:23PM

    You crack me up, Judy! Size 8 shoe at your height is not really "freakishly" big!! emoticon

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HEYRED221 3/5/2011 3:08PM

    You look awesome! Way to go!!!

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TEMPEST272002 3/5/2011 2:41PM

    Wow! You look fantastic in your focus jeans. I know you're a few pounds away from your idea... but wowza! What a huge difference those 30 lbs made.

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EOSTAR_45 3/5/2011 1:03PM

    Thoroughly enjoyed. Thanks for sharing your progress photos. Putting the before and after pics side by side does really bring the differences into focus. You look great and I am certain that you will get to goal.

Awesome stuff. Love, love that pendant.

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TAFODIL24 3/5/2011 12:14PM

    Congrats on your accomplishment ~ you are an inspiration!

emoticonthe red shoes!



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MEGA_MILES 3/5/2011 11:47AM

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ANNIEMAC_98 3/5/2011 11:30AM

    Love it!

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WATERMELLEN 3/5/2011 9:57AM

    What a great blog -- you look terrific in your "focus" jeans (great concept) and what a difference 30 pounds makes!! (Plus: the toning . . . yeah, it's apparent).

And the shoes -- love love love shoes -- as do so many of us --.

Thanks for the uplift!! (on kitten heels, natch).

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PAPAMIKIE 3/5/2011 9:54AM

    You have almost as many shoes as me, but mine are all Saucony Kinava. Just different colours so I can remember which pair is up next.

Great progress!

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LADYGWEN25 3/5/2011 9:37AM

    wow.. great progress! and i LOVE the sandal's... i'm drooling! :)

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APIRLRAIN888 3/5/2011 9:20AM

    wow great progress and totally agree about being toned

I know I shouldn't be surpised b/c I too have same results!

but that is 30 lbs, it looks way more!!!! if I am not where i am in my journey, i would think your scale is wrong!

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VICLAF 3/5/2011 8:49AM

    Nice!!!!

I need to take more pics of my progress! And yes...we do love pictures!

Can't wait to post some pics of my 30 lbs loss!

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NATPLUMMER 3/5/2011 8:41AM

    You are looking great in those jeans. I also have some jeans that I could wear a few years ago and are a little too tight now. It's my goal to wear them again.
I love the shoes!!! I guess one day I should take pictures of the many pairs I've got in my closet. Although I regularly wear Doc Marten's to work (good for in the lab), I do love some heels.

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OHSOSVELTE 3/5/2011 8:35AM

    Wow, you look amazing and love, love, love the shoes. The sparkly belt is a great way to show off your tiny waist!!

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FRECKS96 3/5/2011 8:19AM

    Love the shoes! I'm a shoe girl too. I think my favs are the sandals. Can't wait for sandal weather!!

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DAYHIKER 3/5/2011 8:05AM

    Your hard work is paying off and you are shaping up very nicely! Love the belt! Ahhh, shoes...I'm tall and wear a 10.5 narrow so a closet full of cool shoes is just something to dream about. (sigh) I am a sucker for red shoes so those are my favorite! emoticon

Cindy

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EDWINA172 3/5/2011 7:46AM

    You look awesome! Love the boots too. Shoe porn~LOL! Have a great weekend.

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What's more important than balance?

Friday, March 04, 2011

Ah, balance. I blog about it a lot. A lot of people blog about it a lot. You know what's even more important than being IN balance? It's recognizing when we're either spiraling out of control or totally out of whack.

You will NOT be in balance all the time. That's why we call ourselves works in progress - which I don't think I truly understood until I started to give this some thought.

Yesterday was a great day eating-wise. Can I clone it? What was so great about it wasn't really what I ate, but rather how little hunger I felt. Usually after my meeting & hours of shopping I'm starved. Not yesterday.

Was it my snack at the meeting? I had an apple and 2 green chocolate balls from
superfoodsnacks.com . I actually first stumbled across these in a health food store in Kauia. They may not sound appetizing, but they're awesome.

Was it the 2 cups of green tea I chased my snack with?

The answer is probably none of the above. I could probably eat the exact same thing next week & be hungry afterward. If i remember, i'll give it a try & report back.

What I do know is that I went to TJMaxx, 2 grocery stores, & the health food store afterwards for a total of 3 hours of shopping, got home, put away the groceries . . . And still wasn't all that hungry. In fact, I only ate half my lunch & saved the other half for dinner!

TJMaxx, btw, had a number of nice, high end bags - but none were quite what I was looking for and I left bagless, but not empty handed. Which is another part of my balance equation - I had decided I could hit the discount stores once every quarter, unless there's something I truly need. So now I'm good til May.

I lost some weight this week, which got me to my lowest weight so far - just barely. And I have actually loosened up more lately. I still strive to eat healthy at least 80% of the time, but I actually had way more desserts than normal last week, with TOM partially to blame. They were all tracked. I've even allowed myself to have chocolate-almond butter oatmeal, or just popcorn, or a really big vegan cookie for dinner maybe once a week - IF that's what I'm really craving & IF I've gotten in all my freggies & water in already.

The trick, of course, is to recognize when I'm treating myself too often & it's showing up at the scale. To not feel guilty about my choices. To realize that I could eat & exercise exactly the same way for 2 weeks & get different results, cause as I've said, weight loss is a big mystery.

The real trick is in yesterday's blog - to pay attention & be present. Today's just the follow-through.

  
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TURTLE_MOM 3/4/2011 12:47PM

    One of my favorite words! Balance. I need to remember it daily, it's easy to lose it. No, i don't think you can have it all the time. It's kind of like my theory about marriage. It's not always 50/50, sometimes it's 60/40 or even 70/30 - but it works it's way back around so that the other person can release some of the load when needed. Balancing weight loss and life can be that way. Sometimes I can focus more on weight loss and other times I have a busy full life that needs to come first - but your lifestyle doesn't need to change! Time to exercise, track and all that might suffer but you can still always make better choices.

WAY to GO on the lowest weight! That is just awesome :) That deserves a WOO HOO! emoticon

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TEMPEST272002 3/4/2011 10:43AM

    Another great blog! I agree that balance & being mindful are key. A while back you asked what people's mantra's were... my mantra right now is "what is the healthiest choice in this moment?"

Of course we will keep getting off balance. It's like kneeling on a exercise ball - constant corrections are required. But the more we practice a balanced life, the easier it is to maintain.



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SLIMMERJESSE 3/4/2011 10:35AM

    Thanks for the reminder about balance. Something I sometimes strive for...(smiling). One of my fave things - handbags. I enjoy them so much. Not until May? Wow! Have a fun day.

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FREELADY 3/4/2011 9:43AM

    I needed to hear this perspective. I tend to be rigid & mathematical in my expectations and get too frustrated when it doesn't "add up." Your comments make a lot of sense, and have given me a lot to think about.

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NATPLUMMER 3/4/2011 9:34AM

    Those Green Chocolate Dream balls do look really good. I think I'd try the Chocolate Cherry Qi because I love cherries. As a matter of fact, I may have to order some ;-)
I also wonder why I'll eat exactly the same thing and some days I'm starving and others I'm not. Doesn't make sense at all.
Congratulations on the weight loss. That is always happy news!!
I have been known to eat cookie dough for dinner if I'm baking and haven't had dinner yet. Sometimes that's the only thing that'll satisfy and I'm okay with it.
Have a fabulous Friday!!

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HEALTH4LYFE 3/4/2011 8:56AM

    Nothing is more important than balance, at least that is my opinion. Maintaining balance is something I am working on, since prior to SP I was an all or nothing kind of gal. That is my biggest obstacle. One extreme or the other.

And you are right, although exercise and food choices work for us one day or week, subsequently they may not live up to our expectations in the future. Perhaps it is our bodies way of making sure we get a variety of food and nutrients. There are some "cravings" I seem to have from time to time, and depending upon what I have eaten thus far, I do try to satisfy those cravings, reducing the chance of feelings of deprivation. There are also times when I just give in or give over. And the balance definitely isn't there.

Congrats on keeping you life more balanced most of the time~ a very empowering goal!


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Be present. Pay attention.

Wednesday, March 02, 2011

Could it really be that simple? Yes & no.

I think it can definitely be that simple in the beginning. We've often spent so much time taking care of everyone else in our lives that we're not really present in our own lives.

Oddly enough I started to really pack on pounds when we got Chester. He was a needy, sickly puppy. Now he's only needy!

I thought, after the fact, that part of my problem was I didn't push myself hard enough. I'd stopped working & gave up my gym membership. I still worked out, using ST routines from magazines. But the weight wasn't coming off. Of course, I wasn't on SP yet or back to WW meetings. But things seemed to click more after I started to buy some fitness DVDs.

I thought about this yesterday as I was doing a ST routine I'd bought - a PDF, not a DVD. And I realized that I'd been doingthis sort of routine - altho changing the actual routine - for several months now. And I'm not maintaining my weight.

Is it just that I'm more aware? More present? Pay more attention?

All of the above are important, but I don't think they're the answer. It's never that simple. In fact, I think I came up with the answer earlier:

It's the support systems I've found both here & at WW

It's the accountability I get from tracking my food & my weekly WIs

And yes, it's being present

I wanted to share with you a few things I've found recently:

The Renegade Recipe Guide, which is a ecookbook with all vegetarian, many vegan, and some raw recipes. Very simple but very tasty food & I love it.
renegaderecipeguide.org/

Did you know that there's a free gymboss app for the iPhone? I was looking for an interval timer & ran across that and the free workout trainer app - haven't tried that one yet but it looks good. Never have an excuse for not working out on the road again!

I of course have no monetary interest in any of these products.

And finally, try this the next time you want to make baked sweet potato fries: instead of tossing them with oil, try tossing them with an egg white & then with your seasonings. It works really well & I don't miss the extra fat!

So are you present in your life. Do you notice a difference? Found any cool apps or recipes to share lately?

  
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TURTLE_MOM 3/4/2011 12:44PM

    I've done that with regular fries and it really works! I have a yam in my pantry I need to use up, might try it too!

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HEALTH4LYFE 3/4/2011 8:44AM

    One of the therapists at my office is a big supporter of mindfulness. I have been doing some meditation with her, when time permits, to help me be more mindful. Lately however, my job has not afforded me the time to take that 15 minutes, and of course, the busyness at the office has had me being less than mindful, doing many tasks simultaneously.
Thanks for the recipe and for the support you give so many with your blogs, your ideas, your information and comments! Hope you are planning a great weekend. emoticon

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KARBIE18 3/4/2011 7:25AM

    Was wondering about you writing "not maintaining"! Anyway, thanks for the great ideas. I love sweet potato fries, and will try that for sure!

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DDHEART 3/3/2011 3:17PM

    Love the sweet potato fry idea! and I really like the thoughts you've laid out here.......simple and not so simple.....that my friend is why we need to lean on each other like we do!

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MZSLYDE01 3/3/2011 9:17AM

    Oh thank you for the link to the recipes. AWESOME.


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SKINNYPOWELL1 3/2/2011 10:41AM

    I'm here but not present, I need to work on that. A lot of stuff going on all at once, I need to keep focus. It's all about balance. emoticon

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NATPLUMMER 3/2/2011 10:22AM

    "It's the support systems I've found both here & at WW
It's the accountability I get from tracking my food & my weekly WIs
And yes, it's being present"
I agree.
I may just download that Renegade Recipe Guide. This will wait until I get home, though.
No, I did not know about the gymboss. I will have a look at it.
I will definitely try your sweet potato fries trick.

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JLITT62 3/2/2011 9:41AM

    That should read I AM maintaining my weight, btw!

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SHEILA1505 3/2/2011 8:47AM

    Hi there - yes, I was entirely present today when I was having my lunch - RyVita with Hummus - and felt something hard - I had broken off half a tooth and, if I wasn't focussing on what I was doing, I could have broken it further, could have broken other teeth on the hard piece, or cut my tongue and cheek.

I have already had it fixed - emergency call to my Dentist who gave up his lunch-break :)

I am convinced that being accountable on Spark is helping me to stick to my routine, nutrition and not settling for mediocre

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IFDEEVARUNS2 3/2/2011 8:12AM

    Now all I need is an iPhone!
Love those sweet potato fries - I'll try that tip.

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