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Some lessons from the week

Friday, January 18, 2013

About 5 hours ago I sat here writing a wonderful blog. There was an issue with my web browser and I lost it. I was frustrated so I didn't rewrite it. I am writing a new one now. Here are some of the lessons that aren't necessarily new, but they are recently experienced.

Eating when I am angry leads to making poor choices.

My tummy doesn't like when I eat fast food, even when it is Arbys.

My body loves lean protein and veggies, and my taste buds do too, eat more of this and less garbage!

Today I went to the gym. Yay for finally make it again. I did 30 minutes on the elliptical. I was going for 20, but when I passed that and still had some energy, I kept going.

I ate pretty well today. I am proud of my Friday food choices. Particularity when I decided to stop eating at lunch time.

I spent some time making some lunch ready meals for the next week. How awesome am I? I just hope they sound good and I want to eat them next week. They sounded good today. I made some chicken breasts and cut them into 4oz portions. I roasted some veggies tonight to go with my steak, so I made enough to add to my lunches. I cooked 2 turkey burgers and cooked some chicken/apple/gouda sausages. I also cooked two extra small steaks so I could cut them up for a salad and to go with some mushroom soup.

Now I am off to finish some homework. Yup, nothing like Friday night homework. Whooping it up with homework!
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    Great job planning ahead!
    1371 days ago
    Great blog! Reminds me that I haven't blogged lately. I'd better get on that!
    1372 days ago
    Chicken/apple/gouda sausages sound wonderful. Do you make them yourself? Can you share the recipe with me?

    Thanks a bunch!

    emoticon job planning ahead!
    1373 days ago
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