Monday, October 04, 2010

Weekends are so hard for me to get online and keep track of things, and if I do get the time, it is only a few mintues to track food and that is it. No time to blog, although I am thinking I need it!

Saturday, my youngest had a soccer game, and I put in almost 5000 steps by the end of the game! So it's not like I worry about being active on Saturdays, just the opposite. It was a fun game, but really chilly and then is started sprinkling with only one minute left in the game.

We went to Wendy's on the way home, and I got one of their new salads. The Apple Pecan Chicken salad, and it was really great. I was able to go on their website and get the nutrition info on the salad, The funny thing, they give you the calories using two packets of the dressing they give you, but I only used one, that was more than enough. So I had to use the calories for the salad without dressing then add the information from the back of the drssing packet, but I saved it so at least I won't have to do that again, but it was good. I was really surprised at home much I like that salad, and I am looking forward to having it again.

Sunday's are always hectic with Church and other activities, but the problem is that I am noticing myself slipping deeper into a depressed state on the weekends. On the weekdays I have my routines, kids on the bus, gym, spark, laundry, cleaning, etc, but on the weekends, everyone is home and the routine is different, and I have more free time, so I find myself getting depressed and wanting to sleep. That is not good. I am not sure what o do about it, but the rest of this month, I am running with Girl Scouts every weekend so I don't think I will have to worry about it again until November. Maybe that is the cule, to keep myself extra busy on the weekends to avoid the depression.
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