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Bummer-definitely too much salt!

Thursday, April 04, 2013

Don't you love it when you step on the scales after being so good only to discover your weight is up - 5 #? I knew my fat little feet indicated some problems. Oh well, I go way down on sodium and way up on water, and weigh again about Saturday with hopefully better results.

Work is vexing as heck which just makes me want to eat but so far, so good. Next week will be harder as I will have to be on the road a couple of days and Sonic is my favorite food place. Somewhere I have a wee cooler that I'm going to pack with fruit, cheese, and maybe some makings for a turkey sandwich one of the days but I do have a treat planned: stopping by the Russell Stover outlet for 5# of sugar-free Jelly Belly beans. That's about a year's worth so I don't feel real guilty. The second road day I'm going to give myself permission to have a shrimp and oyster po'boy at a place I haven't been in nearly ten years. Bread is hard for me so I'm going to have them cut the sammie in thirds and will probably eat one and carry the rest home.

My tracking is going to suffer while I'm roadtripping but never fear, I shall return!
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  • JILL313
    Pre-planning for your road trip is great. If you have problems staying within your sodium range you should read Gail's (TORTILLAFLATS) recent blog about her love affair with salt. She has found a great mixture of spices that she loves almost as well as salt.

    Hugs,

    Jill
    1270 days ago
  • KOFFEENUT
    Being on the road can certainly be challenging, but it sounds like you have a great plan in place that will keep you relatively healthy and not leave you feeling deprived. Be safe!
    1270 days ago
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