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Trip Preparations, Pizza, and Dealing with a Gain

Tuesday, May 29, 2012

The countdown to Minneapolis has officially begun. As of Sunday, I'll be packing up my stuff and my cat and heading out to live in a hotel for a few months. I'm indifferent about it.

I've discovered a new favorite lunch thing to eat. I use a bagel thin (tastes like bagel, less carbs) and I put a tbsp marinara, 1/8 cup mozzarella, and 2 pepperonis on it. It's very little calories and fat and I eat two of them. YUM! Cures my pizza cravings!

Speaking of cravings, I'm happy to report I only gained 1 lb this weekend. I figured it would be a LOT more and I'm thankful it wasn't.

Not much else to report. Happy Tuesday!

Member Comments About This Blog Post:
STEPH-KNEE 5/30/2012 7:16AM

    OMG, I love you and am totally stealing your bagel thin pizza idea. I have been eating a bagel thing, a tyson chicken patty, with a piece of pepper jack cheese with a tiny bit of buffalo sauce and I am in love. It prevents me from getting chicken sandwiches and chicken strips at the fast food places so I love it. But your idea sounds amazing, thanks for sharing it with us! :D I'm glad it was only 1 lb too and I know it'll be gone in a flash!

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THOMS1 5/29/2012 4:26PM

    emoticon for the pizza alternative. Sometimes I get very hungry for pizza and I know that once I start there may be no stopping me. Good luck with your move. emoticon

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1STMOMMY1991 5/29/2012 2:05PM

    good pizza alternative!

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CANDOK1260 5/29/2012 12:29PM

    happy you didn't gain much and i love your pizza alternative

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PLANTAHOLICS 5/29/2012 12:29PM

    Great strategy to beat those cravings!! Hope the move goes well!!

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