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Friday, March 04, 2011

If you've read some of my older entries you know that I hate fruit. I hate the watery over sweet flavor of it, the texture, just everything about it. But I know I need it so my solution: throw it in a blender and call it a smoothie! I made a really tasty strawberry orange smoothie for breakfast that was only 3 points according to my Weight Watchers points calculator. I'm going to do Weight Watchers now too, but without the meetings. I was able to get the material from my mom who did it for awhile. In other news, my mom has decided she really wants to get healthy too, but we have opposite problems. I hate eating right and she hates exercising. So we decided to be each others coaches. I made a workout plan for her and she is going to get after me to help me eat properly. So far she's ridden her recumbent bike 3 times this week which is a big step. So as always the path goes slowly but steadily. Hope you're all doing well too!
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    2598 days ago
  • CANDOK1260
    I have a smotthies every morning. APPY YOU CAN SHRE THIS WITH YOUR MOM . I cheer on my sister and she cheer on me.
    2603 days ago
    that's great you can help each other
    My daughter and I are both members of Sparks and are working together to loose wt.
    2603 days ago
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    It's great that you and your mom can coach each other. My mom has no desire to either eat right or exercise. I talk to her almost every day and it would be so nice to hear from her that she's doing something good for herself. Since that will never happen I'm just marking the time until she stokes out or has another heart attack. She's already had two and a quadruple bypass.

    BTW, I love my fruit and I'm glad you found a way to tolerate getting yours in.
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