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Staying in My Calories

Wednesday, April 24, 2013

Wow, for the first time in a long, long time, I'm doing really great on calories today. I've logged everything today, and I'm in my range. I looked at my long-term goals and I'm feeling really motivated. :)

I had lunch with my friends at the food pantry, and I did a great job there too. The owner of the house makes a nice lunch for us every Wednesday, and when we're finished with working all morning, we sit down together and enjoy a good meal together. It's always a good, healthy, balanced meal. Today there was a chicken casserole with water chestnuts and veggies, a huge garden salad, a bowl of grapes, and focaccia wedges. I did really good and made sure I had more water when I was done eating too.

Tonight for dinner, more chicken, with rice. It's just what I happened to have thawed out, or I probably would've made something else, but it'll be fine and my husband and kids all like my chicken and rice.

I hope I can string a whole bunch of days like this together.

School is school. Finals are 2 weeks away, and I'm ready to be DONE. Tonight there is another study session for the most-failed math class at ISU. Sigh. Almost there! And then, I get to take 3 summer classes. :/

One more year, and I'll be taking my walk. :D

I guess that's about all for now. My flute student is here so I have to go! Have a good week. :)

Member Comments About This Blog Post:
CMBELISLE 4/26/2013 10:59AM

    Yay on the food! I hope you were able to finish the day that way. Keep up the good work and enjoy it too!

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KATHANN2 4/24/2013 9:45PM

    Glad you had such a good day. Remember how awesome you feel right now and use that for motivation!

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