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Hoping to turn around a bad eating week...

Wednesday, January 23, 2013

This week has been bad on me eating wise as I think all of my little "bites, licks and nibbles" have added up.

I hopped on the home scale this morning and am only down by two tenths of a pound to 119.6 pounds. My weigh in at weight watchers and meeting are Friday AM. Also I may or may not go to work Friday afternoon.

This week I have left over a total of 27 daily points as I am trying so hard to conserve money, as I just in the last few days made our house payment, but, the guy who owns the house has not yet deposited the check. We are now 16 days behind on the house payment.

And on top of that, mom's half of the bank account is screwed up as they keep taking out money that we have not yet authorized to come out.

I am also trying to NOT use my neighbor (and mom's cousin) for much other than taking me to the rehab center and the grocery, as I do not drive.

So I know that when I have my friend take me to weight watchers on friday, that I am expecting a small gain.

Please help me turn this week around.

My menu for today (so far) is below...

Breakfast: Fiber One 80 calorie cereal 3/4 cup

fat free milk-1 cup

orange

Lunch: Turkey Breast Lunch meat

Reduced calorie wheat bread, 2 slices

Snack before dinner: Honey nut cheerios eaten dry

Dinner: Smart Ones Orange sesame Chicken

Snacks after dinner (here lies one of my problems)...Another cup of Fiber One 80 calorie cereal (eaten dry)

fat free milk

Peaches with cinnamon and brown sugar

wheat bread, reduced calorie, 1 slice

I get 32 points a day on maintenance and am eating about 26 which is the maximum for losing mode on e-tools.
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GRANDMA125212 1/23/2013 10:53PM

    It doesn't appear to be very much food intake unless it matches activity level. I don't know much about how weight watchers works and Im honestly not one for counting calories (I count saturated fat) but I do understand that the varying chemical reactions in your body being prompted by stress can created a gain or maintain status in your weight. Otherwise you seem to have a good grasp on planning ahead and attending weight watchers. In fact, after reading your blog, it reminded me that I should plan too. I appreciate being motivated.



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