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Old 01-02-2006, 03:30 PM   #1
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Originally Posted by SuchAPrettyFace
For our new members that don't know, this thread is where we share what we ate for the day & also log our exercise & water, if we choose to. You can do this any way you want, ie whatever is most helpful to you. Sarah, for instance, likes to plan out her day ahead of time & then edit her message to show what was eaten or what she just didn't feel hungry for. I like to write it down as I eat it, to keep track since certain things are easy to forget, especially if I WANT to forget them.

It's also a good thread to get recipe or food ideas from, as well as to ask the other members, "What am I doing wrong? What am I doing right?"--everyone is always glad to help.

You can do one message every day, or several days in one message. That's up to you. Welcome & please feel free to join in!

Rabidstoat, posting and journaling the bad stuff is really hard for me, but I'm going to join you on that resolution. The thing I've noticed for me (and, frankly, for others) is that that when I'm not eating well, I don't post and that's the time I need to post even more so I can get that wonderful, inspiring feedback. Even a tongue lashing from Jilly can be motivating so I'm going to suck it up and post even when I don't want to.

Pre-breakfast and Breakfast

pumpkin muffin (3)
egg white (0)
sharon's low gluten mix (6)
1/2 c ff cottage cheese (2)
1/2 c blueberries (1)
1/4 c milk (1)

mini bagel (2)
laughing cow light (1)
light ham (1)
orange (1)
light mayo (1)

chicken (4)
light dressing (.5)
pumpkin fluff (5)

Total = 28.5

Exercise: 30 min. rowing machine, 30 min. evil elliptical, 35 min. weight training, 10 min. stretching

The grand essentials of happiness are something to do, something to love and something to hope for - A. K. Chalmers.

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Old 01-02-2006, 04:08 PM   #2
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January 2, 2006
Stomach still flip-floppin'. I'm blaming the choc donuts I had last night.

On the upside: I weighed in yesterday at 219! Of course, with being sick, how much of that is just lost water weight? :sigh: still, it was a brief thrill. LOL Will weigh in again later and update my tracker.

B: 1 toasted bagel with 1 TBS light margarine; 2 cups applesauce
L: 1.5 c chicken noodle soup; 1 slice plain toast; 1 cup applesauce
D: tentatively planning on a salad with light italian dressing; 2 slices garlic bread and 1/2 c spaghetti with 6 meat balls and 1/2 c marinara sauce.
Beverages: so far-20 oz water
Exercise: 1 hour Tae Kwon Do this evening

How far I've come thus far...
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Old 01-02-2006, 05:17 PM   #3
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I'm joining y'all again. I've been doing great so far today. It's so amazing how easy this is when you plan. If only all my days would go this smooth I'd be healthy in no time flat
Oatmeal with artificial sweetener.
Morning snack
Lean Cuisine Sante Fe rice and beans
Jumbo salad with fat free italian
Afternoon snack
1 cup. sugar free cheesecake pudding
Calories so far: 664
I'm not sure what I'm having for dinner as it is Jeff's night to cook. Since I'm trying to stay under 2000 calories I'm not worried about whatever he cooks. I'm focusing more on veggies and portion control with my dinners.
Exercise: 30 minutes with Maya when I get home. I bet she kicks my butt again.

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Old 01-02-2006, 08:49 PM   #4
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I like to post my bad days not to get beat up, I've always responded poorly to people lecturing me about food (I swear I get this from my mother), but just to write it down. It's harder for me to pile multiple bad days on top of one another when I'm actually looking, really looking, at what I eat.


Breakfast: Oatmeal, soy sausage patty, and a No Pudge brownie
Lunch: Amy's frozen cheese enchilada dinner
Snack: 1 oz peanuts (I love my new electronic food scale!)
Dinner: Honey Ginger chicken and green beans, over brown rice

Calories: About 1430
No exercise. I've been just awful about exercise, I need to remotivate, I think all this time off work has made me lazy.
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Old 01-02-2006, 09:57 PM   #5
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Oops! Hope I didn't give the wrong impression. Just joking about Jilly and the tongue lashing. Should have said her tongue-in-cheek lashings, which are always supportive and amusing. Sorry if I gave you the idea that anyone would lecture you on food--nobody is into that at all.

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Old 01-02-2006, 10:46 PM   #6
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New here...
Jumping in a bit late~
B~ egg fritatta,diet rite
snack~ sugar free fudge bar 40 calories
D~taco casserole recipie I found here on the SBD forum
snack~20 peanuts

Went to the Y and walked 30 minutes
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Old 01-02-2006, 11:02 PM   #7
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Carol...never too late!

TRYING to leave the batteries out of my scale!!
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Old 01-02-2006, 11:33 PM   #8
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coffee w/ 1/2 & 1/1 (1)
Apple Cinnamon instant oatmeal (2)

Applebee's Tango Chicken Sandwich (7)

5 laughing cow cheese bites (1)
10 baby carrots (0)
6 triscuits (2)

mahi mahi w/tropical salsa (4)
salad (1)
brown rice (2)
winter blend veggies (0)
1/2 slice chocolate peanut butter pie (5)

11 baby carrots (0)
dill dip (1)
strawberry smoothie (4)
Total daily points: 30

I stayed OP, took all my vitamins today, and drank all my water!
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Old 01-02-2006, 11:47 PM   #9
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I think today was another wash.

about a cup of skim soy

1/2 cup rice
1-2 servings chinese food (diet plate of chicken w/mixed vegetable)
1/2 cup of salt free brown sauce that comes with it

2 pieces raspberry kringle
1 cup cow's milk

6 cups air popped popcorn
1 tbsp smart balance margarine

2 slices beef tenderloin
1 serving risotto
1 serving honey lime yams
1 serving steamed broccoli/cauliflower
2 tsp's smart balance margarine

copious amounts of water (trying for 6 liters)

1 serving trail mix

"It's never too late to be what you might have been." -George Eliot
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Old 01-02-2006, 11:56 PM   #10
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Once upon a time, I started the weekly journal buddy thread because I had read somewhere that people who record their "eats" on a daily basis are more likely to stay on plan. I have to admit I'm amazed at how the thread has thrived and prospered, even during difficult times such as the traditional eating holidays. When I've been on my own self-imposed exiles, someone's always stepped in to keep the thread alive.

One thing that makes the thread successful is the idea that everyone here is human and its not always possible to adhere to plan. Some people disappear when they don't feel comfortable recording their eating misadventures. But we've always encouraged members to bravely venture here and admit to having veered dangerously from plan. This often results in posts that have become known as "food porn". Accompanying these posts is usually a plea by the poster for a swift kick in the butt to help them get back on track. I volunteered to be and became jokingly (and affectionately, I hope ) known as the chief butt-kicker, but only on the condition that I be given the same swift kick in return when I need it.

Nobody here lectures (who of us is in the position to?) and its understood that any requested "tongue-lashings" are given out of support and caring

That's not to say there isn't a from time to time, especially when a few regular posters have made the declaration that comforting responses of "don't worry about going off plan ~ you can start again tomorrow" doesn't help them in the least. Let's face it, if we tell ourselves we can start over again tomorrow every day, we'll never get ahead, will we?

January 2
English muffin (toasted) sprayed with "I Can't Believe its not Butter" spray
Large mug of tea
Beef/lentil soup with carrots
Bottled water
President's Choice Shepherds Pie (from the "Blue Menu" ~ meaning lower fat and calorie and made with extra lean ground beef), corn
Bottled water
Tim Horton's coffee (with cream)
One Timbit
Bottled water
Carnation light hot chocolate.

Exercise: Trail walking (through the slushy snow) with the dog.

Back to work tomorrow and back to counting points!!
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Old 01-03-2006, 01:30 AM   #11
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Here, here, Jilly!

Obviously, I'm one of the members who comes and goes from this particular thread Mostly it's laziness (I wish you could copy and paste from fitday ) But I'll also freely admit to having days when I wouldn't want to tell anyone what I'd eaten!

It's a wonderful thread..and I'm so glad you started it!!
Thank you!

TRYING to leave the batteries out of my scale!!
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Old 01-03-2006, 01:43 AM   #12
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Jan 2
Breakfast - 1 serving Honey Nut Cheerios with 1/2 cu milk
Snack - Whole wheat pancakes w chocolate chips
Lunch - 1 cup Spagetti Squash with 1/2 cup pasta sauce and 2 tbs parmesan cheese, 1 hotdog (bare,no bread) and 1/2 apple, 1 can pepsi
Snack - 9 Hershey's kisses
Dinner - 3 beef sausages, 1/2 c mashed sweet and regular potatoes, asparagus, small dab of butter.

All my 64 oz of water. Still sick, no exercise. All got all my veggies in today, as planned.

Jan 1
Breakfast - 3/4 cup raisin bran with 1/2 cup 1% milk
Lunch - 1 cup scrabbled eggs with veggies and sausage cut up in, 2 whole wheat chocolate chip pancakes
Dinner - 1 4oz pork chop with italian seasoning, 1/2 cup of 1% cottage cheese
had 1 can pepsi, drank 8-8oz glasses of water, 2 glasses of milk.
I'm sick so no exercise. I did get all my dairy in as planned.
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Old 01-03-2006, 10:21 AM   #13
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Happy New Year everyone! Welcome back to all of you that we haven't seen for a while. I didn't have the greatest weekend, I guess I was still reveling in the 55.4 lbs, but I'm back on track today.

My bad news today is that Thursday will be my last day of PT I'm so sad. He let me stay for 5 months when I only had an Rx for 2. My knee is really better so I knew this day would come.

PT has really been a great support person for me. Even though I'll still see him everyday when I'm down in the gym, I'm going to miss our time together. Now, unless we actually make the effort to get together, we won't.

I guess we'll see what happens. I'll be ok.

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Old 01-03-2006, 10:32 AM   #14
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Hello!!! I have returned from 11 days of "Food Porn". Yesterday was my 1st day back on track. I went over in my calories, but I am happy because at least I counted them!!!

Jan 2
190 Oatmeal
152 Juice
400 Turkey/Ham subway with lettuce, light mayo & cheese
220 popcorn
220 (2) chicken, spinach & cheese sausage
30 salad with dressing
200 rice
302 (2) beer bread
108 Butter
220 1 cup light ice cream
2042 TOTAL

The Secret is: CONSISTENCY
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Old 01-03-2006, 11:04 AM   #15
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You're dead right, Sheila. I tend to knock off posting when things are going poorly for me, yet that's precisely when I need the accountability. So, I'm with you. I don't usually make NY Resolutions, but I'll make an exception and come here regardless of how I've done.

Hope your tummy settles down soon, Laura. And lay off those doughnuts, okay?

Good to have you back, Dawnyal! I'm glad things are going well.

to the new additions!

6 litres of water, SAPF? Take care you don't knock your electrolyte balance out of kilter.

I love that you're our , Jilly. I'm one of those who finds the responses you mentioned more of a hindrance than help. I'm quite the expert at denial and self-sabotage already, and I deffo don't need any further encouragement. Ahem... is now a good time to report my 5 pound gain over the holidays...?

Hey, Beth? How about your offering to take him out as a thank you for all his help? You never know, if you ask him nicely, he might be more than happy to continue supporting you....

Nice to see you again, Sandi! Lots of us are knuckling down after a period of excess, so lets all do it together.

I've been [deliberately] less stringent about tracking my kcals. I want to see how I do this week making careful choices and limiting the sizes of portions. I'm still trying to find something sustainable; slavishly counting every kcal simply isn't working for me right now, but I don't want to abandon all control.

I didn't eat a great deal yesterday, but had lots of water and green tea to lubricate my sore throat.

Mon 2 Jan:
  • 500 ml coffee.
  • 1 slice Genuine Bavarian Organic Whole Rye Bread, 2 oz lean roast ham, 3 Laughing Cow Party Cubes, red cabbage, cucumber.
  • Raw carrots, tomatoes.
  • 16 oz dark roast coffee, cup skimmed milk.
  • 90 g whole-grain spelt bun, large beef hotdog sausage, mustard, hot peppers, asparagus, cup sweet corn.

Exercise: 40 minute walk
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Regained 83 lbs
Interim goals
  • Previous High Weight of 247 (Oct 2005)
  • No longer morbidly obese at 232
  • Quit-Smoking Weight of 224 (Jan 2008)
  • Return to Onederland
  • Previous Low Weight of 177 (April 2006)
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