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The "I'm too sick to eat or exercise" diet

Friday, June 28, 2013

I haven't been able to work on the Spark Solution program the last 3 days, because I've been sick. Nothing serious, just regular girl stuff, but enough to confine me to the couch, feeling like a beached whale. It hit me hard this time, so I'm glad I'm on vacation and the 2 classes I was supposed to teach this week were cancelled. I don't know how I usually make it to work like this.
Anyway, I wasn't able to exercise, but the fact that I can't really eat much, either, balanced it out. My diet consisted of greek yogurt, oatmeal, wheat bread, low sugar strawberry preserves, and low sugar peanut butter. I went to the 7 Eleven to get some carbonated water and bread (there was no way I would have made it through the grocery store without passing out), and I picked up some fresh fruit from the cooler - way too expensive, but then I haven't spent money on food the last few days anyway.
I'm going nowhere near the scale right now, because when I'm like this, I usually weigh several pounds more, but I'll hop on in a few days. The way my last few days went, I should have lost at least a pound or two.


Member Comments About This Blog Post:
CLOUD_MCBRIDE 9/26/2013 2:52PM

    I'm down with a nasty head cold, so you have my sympathies. Feel better soon.

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PATSYB7 6/29/2013 6:12AM

    Hope you feel better soon! Are you having menstrual cramps? Belly dance is a good reliever of such, especially slow hip circles. Hang in there!

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MOVEITMARY 6/28/2013 10:39PM

    Oh no, that is a sucky way to lose weight - and spend your time off! :(

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MOM4407 6/28/2013 6:12PM

    Hope you will feel better soon.

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    Hope you're feeling better soon.

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