Well, I've been working on eating healthier (and have been doing quite well, might I add, since I started on April 1st, I've been down 12lbs). I should've hit the 13lb mark yesterday or the day before, but then the inevitable happened: my period. Even though I only consumed 1100 calories yesterday and was only .4lbs away from my 13lb loss, somehow I GAINED .8lbs (Yes, I weigh myself at the same time in the mornings I get weighed). You can imagine I'm really bummed out. For the women: How do you stay motivated during your period weeks and avoid your "pregnancy-like" cravings? I know not everyone gets 'em, but I do.
Also, going to my grandparents for dinner tomorrow night. We're having turkey breast, a baked potato (don't worry, I've got the 0 calorie I Can't Believe It's Not Butter Spray), and cauliflower. I know cooked on here, it's only about 57 calories for 2 cups, and I probably won't eat 2 cups worth, but is there a lot of calories in turkey? I won't touch gravy if there is any, but how do I know how much turkey I can have? After breakfast and lunch, I usually have about 500+ calories to spare. Any ideas?
Also, thanks for the feedback!
First Goal Weight: 260lbs
***Reached October 17, 2013
Second Goal Weight: 200lbs
Third Goal Weight: 160lbs
Much Love & Happiness To You On Your Journey.
| Pounds lost: 60.0