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Need more input & not *just* clothes this time

Tuesday, May 10, 2011

Yes, somehow I ended up at Marshalls yet again. But here's a funny story (tho not so funny at the time!). I tried on a halter dress that looked like it was going to be really cute -- it had these diamond cutouts on the sides with sparkly stuff on it. I'm a sucker for sparkle.

It was a little tight going on, and once I got it over my head it was obvious it was never going to fit. Then when I went to take it back off . . . I couldn't! It took me about 15 minutes to peel it off me & I am NOT exaggerating. I think God is trying to tell me enough with the dresses already. Not sure I'll listen . . . the plan actually was to do some shopping in Vegas . . .

I don't think either of these look as good in the photos as they do in person. The dress below I'm keeping -- another one to mostly wear around the house. When I look at the photo it doesn't seem all that flattering, but in person I think it's cute. Maybe I'm just deluding myself. Maybe it's just too much for my petite frame.

Last week Ann Taylor Loft had all dresses 30% off. Woe is me. I walked away with the universally-flattering faux wrap dress.

Below is the dress I haven't decided on yet. They had it in 2 sizes -- a size 2 & 8. I tried the size 2, and could almost zip it, but not quite. And it really was just too tight all over. I know I'm not a size 8, but decided to try it on anyway cause I really liked the dress.

I really love the style & the print which is one of my favorite colors -- fuschia. In person I think it's cute; the photo does make it look too big. It only cost $15, and I could certainly get it taken in . . . opinions?

Now on to the non-clothes dilemma. Last year we started to rennovate our kitchem, knocking out walls & putting in more cabinets. The new cabinets are bilevel, blue counter with a copper trim in between that I just love.

I wanted to use that copper backsplash on the older side, which we didn't change, only it was very expensive and there was no way to attach it to the existing formica. This weekend DH surprised me with copper tiles he found online. Then he got carried away and applied them to about half the kitchen (it's a very small kitcehn).

My dilemma is what to do with the wall by the stove (see below).

It's just that tiny strip of wall. We could take off the formica that's already there (can we say weird & ugly?) and just leave it as is. I sort of lean towards that, frankly, altho it means we'll probably have to paint the wall.

We could tile up from the counter to the celing.

Or we could tile down from where the cabinets end to the floor.

Such an awkward space. I think it might be hard to keep those copper tiles clean by the stove (especially when DH gets on there & grills a hamburger with grease flying everywhere). Any opinions?

Keep in mind, too, that we'll be replacing the stove & microwave with stainless. In fact, the new stove has been ordered & is on its way. Have to decide about the microwave still.

Let er rip, & thank you.

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BAILEYS7OF9 5/15/2011 3:38PM

    I love the 3rd dress but it is definitely way to large. Can you see if anyone else has it?

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HALFFAST 5/15/2011 1:10PM

    I agree with Natalie - I would take down the formica. It looks very odd there ;)

The dresses: I have that first dress! Mine is black and fits the same as yours does. I don't know if it's the length or the ruffles, but there's something just not quite right about it whenever I attempt to wear it out. I think it looks much better on you! However, it's nowhere near as flattering as the 2nd dress - WOW! Let me just say AMAZING! You are smoking hot in that one! The 3rd one is definitely WAY WAY too big on you and I don't know if it would be worth the time/cost of alterations. Especially when you could just as easily go buy that 2nd dress in another color ;)

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NATPLUMMER 5/10/2011 10:07PM

    I love the wrap dress and the fuschia one but it does need some alteration.
I'd take down the formica...yes, weird and ugly are the words that came to mind.

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TEMPEST272002 5/10/2011 10:23AM

    Dress #1 - lovely dress, but I don't think it's very flattering on your tiny frame. Dress #2 - my favourite! looking sexy, but casual. So many places you could wear this one! #3 - nice dress, but if you keep it, you really should have it taken in & hemmed up.

LOVE, LOVE, LOVE the blue counter with copper strip. We're planning on redoing our counters next year... this might be the style I go for. As to the area by the stove, I'm inclined to go with you - remove the lino that's there & just repaint the area with a good scrubbable kitchen paint.

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OLSON3LJA 5/10/2011 9:56AM

    LOVE the 2nd dress!!!

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FIT-WHIT 5/10/2011 9:27AM

    i LOVE THE WRAP DRESS! You look teeny tiny! Beautiful! The fuscia dress is pretty but doesn't do much for your shape-- you'd definitely need it taken in. If you think you like the print/style well enough to spend $15 (hey, it's only 15! that's not a HUGE risky purchase! LOL), then get it, and have it tailored-- but you'll probably spend $25-50 on tailoring (??) so take those costs into consideration and ask yourself "Would I buy this dress if it fit perfect and cost me $X?" ($50? $60?)

The tile is lovely! I do think it might be tricky to clean though, particularly in the cracks between tiles..... Is it "real" copper/metal tiles? If so, they may also get pretty HOT right next to the stove. Just something to consider. I think I'd probably just rip off the formica and re-paint the wall as long as your doing renovations and will be moving the stove outta there!

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IFDEEVARUNS2 5/10/2011 9:09AM

    I like dress #2 and #3, not so much the first one.
Take down the formica and paint; that's my two cents.

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MZSLYDE01 5/10/2011 9:09AM

    I love the second dress - It looks really great on you and the color is to die for.
I definitely agree with Karbie18 on the whole paint thing. I think it would be hard to keep the copper clean. Of course tiles sounds really great and easy to clean - That might look really nice with your new stove too. Yeah I like the tile idea.

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SKINNYPOWELL1 5/10/2011 8:35AM

    I totally agree with Kissfan1 and Karbie18, they summed it up very well. I personally love the second dress the best. Enjoy your days, sounds like a busy one.

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KISSFAN1 5/10/2011 8:04AM

    What really matters is what YOU like and what you feel comfortable in. The top two dresses look good on you, but the third is a little too big. I know I keep mentioning this, but because I have a somewhat similiar body as yours (we're both on the shorter side, curvy, etc.) to me it looks like the third dress is too blousy on you and not as flattering as the wrap dress is.

To me the wrap dress is the most flattering to your figure and it hugs your body without being "skintight-looking" if that makes sense. It's the reason why I had to get rid of somewhat new clothes recently because any bagginess in clothes doesn't flatter my frame at all. The wrap dress is a perfect execution of that flattering fit that compliments your shape but doesn't cut off your circulation at the same time, LOL.

That's too funny (although I know it wasn't funny at the moment) about you being unable to get out of the sparkly dress.

Regarding your kitchen, I love the copper tiles your husband bought, they look so nice!!!!

I don't think I'd put them on that wall beside the stove though because as you mentioned, they would be a bear to clean with grease and all the food splatters, etc. that cover the walls/cabinets of a kitchen near a stove. The tile looks a little shiny so you'd really be cleaning all the time if you put it right there on that wall on the left of the stove.

I'd paint the wall a very nice colored paint that compliments your new tile and take the formica "wall guard" down for good.

I can't tell from the angle of your photo how much room you have behind your stove, but you could always put a little of the tile there and extend it to the wall on the right of the stove (where the counter is).

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KARBIE18 5/10/2011 7:50AM

    I think the top two dresses look fabulous! No you are not deluding yourself. The other I think looks too big, like you said. As for the wall, I'd go with paint. I agree that copper would probably be hard to keep clean by the stove.

There's my two cents! Have a great day!

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Stacking the odds in my favor

Monday, May 09, 2011

Friday night I got the sad news that my aunt had died. She's my last aunt. She is survived by her husband, my last uncle, but I doubt for long.

She was about 90 & I knew she was very ill with pneumonia, so it was not a shock. Sadly my parents are in Europe on vacation, and we decided not to tell them until they get home next weekend, since they would never have been able to get to the funeral & it would just ruin their trip. They had almost not gone on the trip because of her condition.

Even my sister & I couldn't make it, because the funeral was yesterday & in San Diego, where they lived. I was torn, but it really was pretty impossible to make it happen in just a day.

I had only seen her a handful of times since they'd moved to CA. A few birthday parties, a business trip we made to San Diego quite a few years ago (I'll have to see if I can dig up a photo from that - I know I had a nice one somewhere), a bat mitzvah. She was always a very vibrant woman, full of life, always with her hair done & her clothes & her makeup just so. She never let herself go!

Both my aunts on my dad's side lived long lives, but they didn't thrive in their later years. My dad is 85, so no spring chicken either, but he has so much trouble getting around. As I told my husband this weekend, that's not how I want to end my life. I want to live well, not just live long!

I know there are no guarantees in life - both my dad & my aunt were in bad car accidents in their later years that contributed to their health problems - but I'm going to do my best to stack the odds in my favor. That means healthy food, plenty of movement, and good quality rest, too.

Let's all work on better odds.

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MZSLYDE01 5/10/2011 9:12AM

    Awe honey I am sorry to hear about your Aunt. That had to be hard not telling your parents but I do think you guys made the right decision on it. There is nothing they can do over there and why not let them enjoy the trip.
She was 90 - wow she lived a long life. Glad she isn't suffering anymore though. My Grandma that just passed away had pnuemonia in the end too and I didn't want to see her suffer either.
You said it exactly about the health thing.

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FRECKS96 5/9/2011 9:50PM

    So sorry for your loss Judy. It is so important to take care of ourselves the best we can and I know you're doing your best to make it happen.

Take care of yourself and I'll keep your family in my prayers.

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DDOORN 5/9/2011 9:34PM

    Triple cheers to better odds...YES!

It's so darned TOUGH to have families strewn across the country, even the GLOBE for some. I have a sister in Alaska, another in San Diego and another in Michigan near my parents. I miss them all but $$$ continues to be a terrible barrier.


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KANSASROSE67 5/9/2011 5:53PM

    I'm sorry for your loss and for the difficult news that will await your parents. You're right that making healthy choices now will improve our lives later.

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TEMPEST272002 5/9/2011 5:34PM

    Sorry to hear about your auntie. emoticon

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SKINNYPOWELL1 5/9/2011 1:46PM

    So sorry to hear about your aunt, and I feel really bad for your parents, you made the right decision by not telling them. emoticon

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CYNTHIAMINUS40 5/9/2011 11:38AM

    I'm sorry about your aunt. I hope your parents are alright once they return and are told. Good decision to wait.

My husband and I have had the same conversation about keeping ourselves in good condition as we age. I've been doing my clinicals in a nursing facility and I tell you it scares the living daylights out of me to end up there. My mom's 82 and still in good shape and very independent so there's hope for me I think.

I'd certainly rather burn out than rust out!

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SHEILA1505 5/9/2011 11:08AM

    Condolences. Long life.

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MINAH009 5/9/2011 10:14AM

    I am so sorry for your loss

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IFDEEVARUNS2 5/9/2011 9:27AM

    Sorry for your loss. You're so right about stacking the odds - a conversation I had with my DD on Saturday, incidentally. While it's never too late to change one's life, the sooner the better.

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ROSESTARS 5/9/2011 9:24AM

    So very sorry for your dear aunt's passing....your words are oh-so-wise. Keeping body and mind as healthy as we can is so important as medicine today keeps us living longer! Which is great, I think, but QUALITY of life should be optimal if we are going to spend all these extra years on Earth!
Blessings and Good Health to you!

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KISSFAN1 5/9/2011 9:13AM

    I'm so sorry about your loss and that you were unable to attend the funeral. Hopefully even without going you'll be able to have some closure despite how painful I know it has to be.

I know none of us have guarantees of a long life or even a good health-wise life, but I understand what you mean and I feel the same way. My dad had 6 sisters and only he and one sister are still around. He's not in the best of health either and despite having a pretty healthy life with exercise etc. he has really not taken care of himself too well in the last 5 or so years.

He has gained a lot of weight (something that he never was one to do) and has a lot of health issues. I want to live out what I have left in life as healthy as possible which is why I'm trying to do something about it now. emoticon

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HALFFAST 5/9/2011 9:10AM

    So sorry for your loss :( I definitely agree with working on better odds for ourselves!

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RATFINKROB 5/9/2011 9:03AM

    I am sorry for your loss. Hold the fond memories in your heart and work to make new one. You are my healthy choice champion. Reading your blog always inspires me to get off my butt.

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CATANTIGO 5/9/2011 8:54AM

    So sorry on the loss of your beloved Aunt. And, yes, lets all stack the odds in our favor. Keep on making the good choices.

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CATIEMARIE 5/9/2011 8:51AM

    Definitely. I agree, we can try and do things that will help us.

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Trying new things

Saturday, May 07, 2011

I'm an adventurous eater - I'll try most anything. So lately I've been trying new things. DH liked the chickpea granola bars & didn't mind the chocolate quinoa protein bars from nomeatathlete.com .

I think the quinoa bars are a miss, but the chickpea bars have potential, and will probably be revisited - I want to make some stuff to bring on vacation with me.

I tried sun chokes, aka Jerusalem artichokes last week. Ok - don't think I'll bother with them again. I sliced them & roasted them like I would most any veggie.

Last night I tried fiddlehead ferns. I ate most of them, but I won't be eating them again. They tasted bitter to me. I caramelized some red onion & sauteed them - didn't feel like chopping garlic to go along, but I don't think that would have made a difference.

So why am I sharing since most of it didn't move me? Cause if you eat the same old stuff all the time, you're short changing yourself of the nutrients you need. You'll only get a balance if you eat variety.

Sure, you can take a pill to get balance into your life, but you'll never be able to recreate the smorgasbord that nature can provide you. It's not nice to fool mother nature, after all!

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MZSLYDE01 5/10/2011 9:13AM

    Yay for trying new things - I love to try new foods and experiment with new recipes. That is awesome - I totally agree with your take on it.

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DOGMOMMA2THREE 5/8/2011 7:28PM

    Great to try new things!

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BARBIETEC 5/8/2011 6:38AM

    I have always been a spokesperson about eating all food, not taking pills or drink your vitamins.

If you try out new things your perhaps will find your new favorited food or favorite something.. :)

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DDOORN 5/7/2011 7:52PM

    I'm open to trying new stuff, but have to admit my biggest barrier is bothering to DO IT...lol!

I usually reserve my "experiments" to dining out and trying new things then. Once in a blue I'll take the time, make the effort to do this at home. Have really enjoyed making all different sorts of hummus out of different beans and varying other ingredients & spices.


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TEMPEST272002 5/7/2011 3:09PM

    I recently tried bulgar for the first time & I love it. It's easy to get into a food rut - so good for you for pushing the envelope a bit and seeing what else is out there.

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NATPLUMMER 5/7/2011 2:59PM

    I'm glad I've got your opinion on these things. That way I have an idea of what to expect should I decide to try them myself.
It is good to try new things. You never know what you'll end up liking.

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Good for you on your adventurous eating. It's a very good point that we need variety to spice up our daily choices, and it will help us be successful.

Best wishes to you!


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FRECKS96 5/7/2011 8:20AM

    Where did you get the fiddleheads? I think they would be neat to try, just for something different.

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Accepting yourself

Friday, May 06, 2011

One of my buds made the comment on how she envied my curves, since she's not a curvy girl. It took me a really, really long time to embrace those curves myself.

I didn't develop early & I'm not busty, so I didn't get unwanted attention from the boys early on. But I do have a big derriere & big hips - and I did get teased a lot because of that.

You have to keep in mind this was the 70s - the era of twiggy & Peggy Lipton. Thin was in. Long before JLo became famous for her butt. The last thing you want to do when you're a kid is stand out because of your body.

I wasn't even heavy then. I was never skinny, but I didn't start getting heavy until I was a teen.

So it has taken me a long, long time to embrace my curves, but I do. That's me - I can't change it & probably wouldn't even if I could. Just like I would never get a nose job like my sister did.

We are all beautiful in our own way. It's okay to be different - being average is boring!

Accepting ourselves goes way deeper than our looks. We have to accept the consequences of our beliefs & choices, too. As frustrated ad I get, I have never really stopped believing that I will get down to a healthy weight. I know I'm almost there, but I also just know in my bones that I have just a little further down this road to a healthy lifestyle to travel.

I also know that I didn't always make the best choices last week. A gain of 1+ pounds always surprises me because I never think I stray THAT much, but it's always a wakeup call, too. It's so easy into fooling ourselves that we're making healthy choices. Little choices can add up in a bad way, too.

I WILL continue on my journey to self acceptance, I WILL accept the consequences of my choices, & I WILL continue to believe that I can & WILL get to & maintain a healthy weight.

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DOGMOMMA2THREE 5/8/2011 7:26PM

    Thank you for this wonderful blog which instills the thoughts that we have to love ourselves, first and foremost! I wrote 120 pounds on my drivers application because I was ashamed to be 130 pounds..this was in 1983!!!! Thank goodness teens today have some more realistic body images to look up to.

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HEYRED221 5/7/2011 12:09AM

    Yep, we definitely gotta embrace our bodies!

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CYNTHIAMINUS40 5/6/2011 12:07PM

    Growing up in the Twiggy era was miserable for us curvy girls and then there's the double whammy if we have curly/wavy hair. I begged my mom to let me iron my hair! I think too as we get older we begin to accept ourselves more and feel comfortable and confident in our skin. You're beautiful! I loved the photos you posted of the outfits and that 2 piece bathing suit looked fantastic with your curves!

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NATPLUMMER 5/6/2011 11:20AM

    emoticon You know I feel you on the hips and thighs.

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FRECKS96 5/6/2011 9:11AM

    Love it!!! It is often hard to accept ourselves. It's something I continue to work on and I've certainly gotten better about embracing who and what i really am. Keep up the great work!

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KISSFAN1 5/6/2011 8:51AM

    Like you, I grew up with large hips/butt. I got picked on by my aunt and mother (both obese) about it and it always made me very self-conscience of it. I developed early and had very large breasts and can remember at a very young age wearing coats/sweaters to cover them up even in the sticky, hot, humid south I grew up in. I can remember one boy in my classroom always sitting across from me so he could oogle me and it always made me very self-conscious of my early developement and especially when they wouldn't stop growing and were huge for my frame.

I can't change my bones and I will be curvy regardless of the weight I am. I will never be stick straight (really don't want to be) and although it seems like the fashion industry still holds that shape into high esteem, I thank goodness for curvier ladies like Kim Kardashian, J-Lo, Beyonce, Mariah Carey, etc. They seem very confident in their curviness and I'm trying to do the same.

We have to learn to accept our bodies for what they are. No diet change or workout will change my bone structure, it's what I was born with and I have to accept it for what it is.

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EMGERBER 5/6/2011 8:39AM

    I really enjoy your blog. I am trying to work on my self acceptance and to be happy but I keep letting things get in the way. thank you for sharing.

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SKINNYPOWELL1 5/6/2011 8:39AM

    Well said, we have to learn to love ourselves and forgive ourselves. We all have to work with what we are given.

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Classic case of overestimating, I guess

Thursday, May 05, 2011

Why do people sometimes gain weight while training for a marathon? There are many reasons, but a common one is overestimating how many calories you're burning.

Today was not a good WI, which frankly sort of took me by surprise, but even tho I tracked my food & think I ate fairly healthy this week, I think I gave too much "weight" to how much I burned off last Saturday.

I know I didn't eat as well as I could have on a few occasions & I tried to go lower on points/calories overall to compensate, but apparently not good enough. Sometimes it just sucks, plain & simple.

Moral of the story is don't think exercising hard is a guarantee to weight loss. They do say nutrition is 80% of the equation . . .

Moving on. Tried my honey stinger chocolate peanut butter protein bar today. I would give it 2 thumbs up - not bad ingredients, not a bad nutritional profile - not the rave so many people gave it, but good.

Made the chocolate quinoa protein bars from nomeatathlete.com - another disappointment. Been that kind of a week! First recipe I've made from the site that I didn't like. It wasn't horrible, just not great & I doubt I'll make it again.

DH has to work late tonight AND it's pretty chilly, so I don't think I'll be swimming. I would've gone if he were here, but the dogs hate being on their own at night. Which is really an excuse . . . they can be left. Just makes everything awkward. Plus he'll be on a business trip for part of next week . . . gonna do some ST soon instead.

Tomorrow is supposed to be a much better day weather-wise so hopefully i'll be more upbeat tomorrow!

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DDOORN 5/6/2011 9:15AM

    I've tried the stingers while on bike rides where they offered freebies...too carbie for me...wakes up the sleeping tiger!


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TEMPEST272002 5/6/2011 12:29AM

    Sorry to hear about the surprise weigh-in. Could be overestimating... could just be those mysterious forces acting on it again. Next week you'll adjust & hopefully the scale will be kinder next time.

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NATPLUMMER 5/5/2011 4:50PM

    It is definitely easy to overestimate the calories burned.
Some weeks are just bad for weigh ins.
I'm glad you like the protein bars. I often take the rave reviews of anything with a grain of salt.
I hate when you try a new recipe and it's not great. At least it wasn't horrible. That would really suck.
Have some good ST. Hopefully you can get a swim in tomorrow.

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FRECKS96 5/5/2011 4:26PM

    It's that kind of week. Hopefully the sun helps lift our moods.

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LEONALIONESS 5/5/2011 2:43PM


I found this to be super useful!
I just do my general calories burned per mile (net) and work around that. I do a fair amount of hills but I don't work that in, just to avoid overestimating.

At my weight, I burn only about 80 calories net per mile. Which makes me go :( But knowing that (and not guessing the 95-100 you commonly hear) really saves me from big oopsies. An extra 20 calories x 40 miles a week = 800 calories that I'm off on my weekly burn calculations! Not good at all.

It's .63 x weight in lbs = net calorie burn per mile.
Seems reasonable to me! :)

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DOGMOMMA2THREE 5/5/2011 2:34PM

    Sorry to hear you are having an off day and that your weigh-in didn't bring you the results you thought it would. Although I'm not at the stage of my makeover as you are, I do learn a lot from reading your blogs. I really have never had to increase my calories due to doing too much exercise....but maybe one day I will reach that stage. I think you raised a good point all the same.

The recipe review are helpful as well! I've been really off track when it comes to my food/caloric intake and I'm feeling it!

What kind of temperatures are you having? I laughed when I read that you didn't want to leave the dogs at home. I know you meant it as an pseudo-excuse but how many of us do that...plan our lives around whether or not our pets will have somebody to keep them company!

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