two week challenge Wednesday results

Thursday, December 17, 2009

I am late posting this because I went out last night and had a feeling i'd be drinking a bit. So now it's not even 11am and though I am still a bit hung over, here we go!

one large egg fried in a small bit of butter
1 slice julian's high fiber bread
1 tbs whipped cheddar spread
1 slice ham
1 slice provolone cheese
Coke Zero
8 oz coffee
3 tbs half and half
2 tbs chocolate syrup
4 tabs of splenda
2 tsp of xantham gum

1/4 cup of chicken salad
3 slices of provolone cheese

1/2 cup of chicken salad
8 oz peach strawberry smoothie from gym

1 cup of pork carnitas
1 cup of spinach
2 slices of swiss cheese

peach strawberry protein smoothie from gym

45 mins on the eliptical 560 cals

bad girl treat!
1 bacardi and diet coke - tiny drink!
2 chocolate thin mints cookies

Post bar (2am snack)
1 cup of chicken salad (just chicken and lime mayo)

I am not a drinker, as you can see! I've been trying to stay on plan- I ran out of splenda so I had to use chocolate syrup, ick! so gross, i can't wait for my chocolate flavored divinci syrup to come in the mail, should be today.

I have a friend coming over for dinner and she LOVES pasta, so instead I am making Eggplant Rolatini (sp?) which is a giada from food network recipe, basically just eggplant, ricotta, mozzerella, parmesean and sauce. YUM, and no pasta so still on plan, as long as I eat in moderation. So, I am eating light today, and i'll be missing the gym because I have a hair appointment today.

I have been doing a morning stretch video when I first log on to work, as it takes about ten minutes to connect to my job remotely. It's hilarious! Definitely check it out!

I WILL have a good day today, and I WILL hit 140 before the end of this year.
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    Go for it. I would LOVE to weigh 140. It's my goal weight.
    3111 days ago
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