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Thursday, May 27, 2010

Just a quick post to say that I have been very diligent in eating and exercising this week and, surprise surprise, I'm back down to 155! emoticon

I'm proud of myself for being much more present in the food choices I'm making, and for incorporating a lot more fruits and veggies in my everyday eating. I've got to - we're bursting at the seams with all of our CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) veggies. In fact, I need to look up some more recipes on Sparkrecipes to figure out what to do with all of them!

Hope you all are having a great week and have fun plans for the holiday weekend (Americans, that is!)

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  • _VALEO_
    Good job on being back on track!

    I also buy my organic veggies/fruits from my CSA every week.
    3279 days ago
    Hey - congrats on your progress!! In PDX, I tried Organics To You and found them priced right. And while the produce was usually fresh with a wide variety - I had trouble with it being too hot/cold outside until I got home from work, or the fridge was empty so I purchased elsewhere & then they delivered (douh!), or I was out of town for business & the whole schedule was off kilter. I've decided to haunt the Farmer's Markets that should be opening soon.

    If you are heading north this weekend with V & dragonboats in mind - good luck!!
    3282 days ago
    Hey! Good to hear that paying attention to your food choices has paid off.

    I really should buy into a CSA share some year. But I travel sometimes for work and most days it is just me at home when I'm home. But the thought of fresh veggies every week from a farmer sounds neat. I'll just have to go to the farmers' market (I go to the one in Beaverton) this weekend instead.

    Have a good one, too.
    3282 days ago
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