Start to the week.

Monday, April 29, 2013

Yesterday was ok. I had a victory in terms of portion size and my dinner. I knew I had only so many cals left but also I could have more if I wanted. Bearing in mind my mini binge on Saturday I only had half of what I would have normally eaten. This meant I met my calorie range at the lower level which is quite a feat for Sundays.

And then I had one bar of twix. Just one. The other one is in the fridge...

S lots to be proud of there. My only sin was a tiny bit of of HRDs ice cream. I bought it and he said he didn't want it so the age old trick of showing him I'd eat it then if he didn't want meant he took over and scoffed the lot.

I was thinking about my Watchwords today and feel I am doing reasonably well in the calm and relaxed stakes. This week I will build on this by being positive. So any situation I begin to feel negative around I will attempt to turn it round and be positive.

I have a busy day booked and have already prepared my breakfast and lunch.

*smug look*

Btw - traumatise by the Parmesan - I should have known better. Who sells veggie Parmesan?
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  • BRANDI1809
    Love the picture HRD sure is handsome. Well done to you.
    1851 days ago
  • ANNC16
    Sorry Ophelia, didn't mean to traumatise you, lol. emoticon

    Sainsburys used to do a dried version of non dairy parmesan but stopped a little while ago. When I was vegan I used a parmesan substitute from Holland & Barrett, I think that it was Cheezly. Worked pretty well in a mushroom risotto.

    Another thing to watch is pesto as it usually contains parmesan. Restaurants tend to label dishes containing parmesan veggie as well. Even Saturday morning breakfast made a 'veggie' dish that had parmesan all over it. I got some little cards from the Vegetarian Society tto give to restaurants to try and educate them.

    Yesterday looks good though, and HRD looks like he's really enjoying his ice cream.

    1851 days ago
    1851 days ago
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