Oops I did it again! (plus Daily Calorie Count)

Friday, August 21, 2009

I fell off the wagon and landed on my head! I am sitting at 176.5lbs as of yesterday morning. I have been stressed out and craving anything sweet. I think one day last week I had ice cream for lunch AND dinner. My body started to feel gross because I was eating out a lot so I have been eating more meals at home. I haven't been working out, either, because my gym membership ended and I have been spending my gym money on other stuff this month. Maybe I'll go back in September when my husband is home and can go with me.

For now, I am going to use my blog to keep track of my daily calories. I have no idea what range I am shooting for. I guess 1200-1500 for the day. I would use the nutrition tracker, but honestly...I am too lazy to look all the foods up. Plus you have to figure out your portion compared to what is entered and blah blah blah. Too much work! As if dieting isn't already hard work on it's own, you know?

My information will be entered like this: calories/fat/fiber

So far today:

20oz Dr. Pepper - 250/0/0
1 cup Kashi Honey Almond & Flax cereal - 200/4.5g/8g
1/2 cup whole milk - 75/4g

Calories: 725
Fat: 8.5g
Fiber: 8g

Yikes on the calories. Guess I'll be watching what I am eating for the rest of the day!

Cherry Coke 260/0/0
1/2 Totinos Cheese Pizza 320/15g/1g

I had about 20oz of water and a diet dr pepper, too. I'll have another bottle of water before bed because I am thirsty.

Totals for the day
Calories: 1305
Fat: 23.5g
Fiber: 9g

Not bad. If we had ice cream, I would probably be all over it right now.

I took a diet pill this morning, and so I didn't eat anything all day. I drank my calories instead. I know I need to get out of that, but blahhh. STRESS, man! Today was awful.

Husband comes home tomorrow!!
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