So I went to this gathering tonight...

Wednesday, January 19, 2011

The Vice-Chairwoman of the department invited a bunch of us over for a casual get together tonight. My first time out to someone's house with food since coming back to Spark. I baked some tollhouse cookies with peanut butter and chocolate chips to bring with me. I am happy to say that I planned out my day not even knowing what would be served and I ended up coming in within range today, upper end of range but not over. I also only ate one cookie and left the rest there so no temptation! I planned all my meals and then just had a taste of a few things at the party. Came home and tracked it all. I still had enough calories left to have a cup of tea with milk and sugar. Yeah!

Today was a planned day off from exercise. Usually I take off Tuesday but since I knew that I was going to be busy all day I exercised yesterday so I would feel okay taking today off. Yeah!

Yesterday was the first day of classes for the semester. I have so much to do between classes, research (I am working on two projects) and writing a paper. I am still determined to stick to my sparkpeople plan. I purposely made it uncomplicated so it should be too hard. Except for finding an hour each day to exercise...I will do it though.

Been bringing leftovers or salad to school in my Bento Bottle. This works out pretty well. The Bento bottle has three compartments that are like jars so I can get a good variety but each container is small so it is hard to over do it. No wonder why the Japanese are slimmer than us Ameriacans.

i still have reading to do for tomorrow, so my stats for the week:


Six days (took Wednesday off)

Walking: 0 miles's cold here!
Trainer: 68 miles

Nutrition: Met calorie goals 7 days Streak 19 days!!!!

See you next week,


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