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Old 08-29-2005, 11:45 AM   #1
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Default Weekly Journal Buddy Thread (Aug 29-Sep 4)

Here we are at the end of the month already (I won't even talk about the end of summer... ) Let's all have great transitions from one month to the next by staying on plan!

I've already signed up for the September monthly challenge and urge all of you to join me in a united front of 4 point days all the way (or at least shoot for no zero point days for the month). Go Team!!
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Old 08-29-2005, 01:04 PM   #2
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I'll be signing up for it as well.

I'm back on track today.
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Old 08-29-2005, 01:09 PM   #3
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After my unmentionable weekend (although you will be happy to know it was not as wildly off-plan as such weekends tend to be), I'm back for a fresh Monday:
  • pineapple chunks
  • ham (2 sliced of baked turkey ham)
  • salad (lettuce, cucumbers, onion, cheese, egg, and honey mustard dressing)
  • stuffed sole (frozen fish thing I can nuke)
about 1250 calories total
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Old 08-29-2005, 02:01 PM   #4
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I am in!! I need all the help I can get!
I am 100% on track today.

Fat free yougurt smoothie
carrot sticks
ham and turkey with spinach and lite mayo on ww bread
stuffed peppers with chicken and sauteed squash and a salad

What do I have to do for the journal buddy thing??
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Old 08-29-2005, 02:28 PM   #5
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Hi PJ! I saw your post over in the Support forum and was going to invite you to check us out here at the 100 lb. club, but it looks like you beat me to it! To participate in the journal buddy thread you do just what you did, list your eats each day as a way to hold yourself and everyone else accountable. Plus it's a good way to give and get tips and advice based on what works or not for everyone. So, please make yourself at home and feel free to jump in on any of the threads you like. The support you'll find here is unbeatable!

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Old 08-29-2005, 11:22 PM   #6
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Welcome, SicknTired.
I haven't posted here for the last couple of days because things are so hectic I simply haven't had the time. I've been OP though, and getting in over 30 minutes cardio. Not much variety in my food today. It was good sauce though.

Mon 29/08:

Breakfast: 6 oz banana shake.
Lunch: 1 cup pasta, cup home-made pasta sauce*, small green salad.
Dinner: 1 cup pasta, cup home-made pasta sauce, 2 oz gouda, naked coleslaw.
Snacks: 5 Altoids apple sours.
Drinks: 500 ml coffee, cup 0% milk, 2 litres water, 2 beers (355 ml each).

Total kcals: 1473 (plus free veggies)

Exercise: 4 miles WATP.

*fresh herbs, garlic, ground sirloin, onion, tomatoes
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Old 08-30-2005, 06:38 AM   #7
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Edit to yesterday's eats: ditched the fish and had 2 small spring rolls from Ruby Tuesday instead (the whole order is 10, so only 3 isn't too bad)

Today:
  • pineapple chunks
  • 1 slice ham
  • peaches n' cream reduced-sugar instant oatmeal
  • fish filet
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Old 08-30-2005, 09:40 AM   #8
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Hi everyone, I'm doing ok, lost 1lb last week. I've just been real busy at work and with PT... I swear, I'm going to need PT Anonymous soon.

Today's my last day in the office until next Wednesday, so I won't be around until then. I have a wedding in Lake Tahoe, CA. Actually I'm a bridemaid, funny, when I brought the dress in to be altered, I bought it in May, the tailor said it would be easier for him to take it apart and re-sew it! Now, that's results!

Have a great long weekend everyone and I'll see you all in September!
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Old 08-30-2005, 09:43 AM   #9
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MONDAY: day off

Brunch:(IHOP)
Harvest Grain and Nut pancakes
syrup
scrambled eggs
ham
coffee w/milk

Afternoon snack to keep the Beast at bay:
protein shake (milk, protein powder, chocolate syrup)

Dinner:
grilled hamburger
corn on the cob w/butter
sauteed zucchini and broccoli

Snacks throughout the day:
mozzarella cheese stick

Drinks:
water, diet soda

Calories:
about 1600

Exercise:
gardening, swimming
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Old 08-30-2005, 11:08 AM   #10
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Welcome to the accountability thread, PJ! Record your eats and exercise every day to show yourself (and us) what's working for you. If you discover any foods, recipes or tips to help with the battle, please pass them on!

Have fun at the wedding in your re-sewn bridesmaid dress, Beth (wow, THAT'S a true measure of how well you're doing.) Good for you!

A few people are MIA...I'll start with Jennelle. Yoo hoo, where are you? Time to check in, NOW!

I pretty much got back to my routine after the odd eating patterns of the weekend.

Monday
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Morning
2 - Raisin Bran cereal
1 - 1% milk (1/2c)
Mid-Morning
2 - medium banana
2 - 1% milk (1c)
Afternoon
0 - spinach salad with mushrooms and
2 - shredded roast chicken (white meat) all tossed in
1 - light italian dressing
1 - seedless grapes
0 - lime flavoured mineral water
Late Afternoon
2 - Kashi honey and sesame crackers (7)
0 - mug of tea
Evening
4 - seasoned pork chop
1 - baby carrots
2 - cabbage salad
0 - 500ml bottle of spring water
Late Evening
1 - watermelon
0 - strawberry-kiwi flavoured calorie free caffeine free water
0 - large mug of tea
22 total

Exercise: 20 min. morning walk with dog, 45 min. evening walk with G and dog.
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Old 08-30-2005, 02:28 PM   #11
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Monday

B: Yougurt, nectarine, 1/2 banana smoothie
L: turkey breast/swiss cheese rollup and a few chips and salsa
D: Penne w/ onion, olives, tomato, broccoli, a little light italian dressing & parm. cheese
S: A few (5-6) onion rings and 1/2 of a small panacotta (maybe 1/2 cup?)
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That's great about the frock, Beth. You're doing really well.
I love nectarines, Apryl. All the ones I've found here are rock hard or have very little flavour though.
And Jill, I've started to like Kashi Go Lean! When I went to the store get another box they were all out and I was actually disappointed! I picked up some Nature's Path Optimum Slim instead and guess what? I like that too! Same kcal count (as Canajun Kashi, not Yankee ) and a rather healthy 11 g fibre per cup. See what 3FC has done--I'd never eaten breakfast cereal in my life until you lot got me onto it.

My posting may be a bit sporadic over the next week or so. We're trying to get SIL into a place of her own a.s.a.p. so I haven't got much free time. I really don't take well at all to sharing my home, but I'm less stressed by it all than I expected. I'm sure healthy eating and exercise is the reason for this.

Tues 30/08:

Breakfast: 1 cup Optimum Slim cereal, cup 0% milk.
Lunch: 3 large sushi maki rolls.
Dinner: 4 jalapeno-stuffed olives, salad (lollo rosso, onion, radishes, red pepper, romaine, spinach, tomato), dressing (1 tsp. olive oil, 2 tsp. white wine vinegar), 1 tblsp. each of sliced almonds & sunflower kernels.
Drinks: 750 ml coffee, cup 2% milk, 2 litres water, Starbuck's grande FF cappuccino, 4 martinis.

Total kcals: 1599 (plus free veggies)

Exercise: 4 miles WATP, 40 minute bike ride.
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Old 08-30-2005, 02:57 PM   #13
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I was back on track yesterday until last night. My allergies are really really acting up. I've never had them so bad. I'm guessing that is where my energy went. I took some children's benadryl this morning and it helped a bit. I still have the killer headache behind my right eye though. I started journaling yesterday and I honestly don't remember what I ate yesterday after the potluck at work. (I did try to get another piece of cheesecake but it fell in the floor. Tried to get another piece and dropped the whole pan so it wasn't meant for me to have more cheesecake.)

I am back to journaling today.

B-oatmeal
L-chunky baked potato soup and 2 slices bread
AS-chocolate doughnut
Prop. D-Hamburger helper and 2 veggies

I'm going to try and head to bed early with some allergy medicine, kids permitting of course.
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Old 08-30-2005, 09:27 PM   #14
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Hi folks,

Haven't posted the last two days. Have been under my kcal limit drinking my water and 1 WATP 3 mile. Since I didn't lose the last two weeks which coincides with me starting to eat things with artificial sweeteners, I am cutting those out this week to see if I get a different result.

Also for September am switching from counting kcals to the 3 hour diet. I eat about the same amount of kcals either way but I find with the 3 hour sytem I eat a more nutritious mix of foods and less sweets.

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Old 08-30-2005, 11:29 PM   #15
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Tuesay

B: Life cereal, soy milk
L: Penne w/ onion, olives, tomato, broccoli, a little light italian dressing & parm. cheese
D: 2 slices pepperoni pizza, diet pepsi
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