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Old 04-19-2010, 07:41 AM   #1  
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Default Sonoma/Mediterranean Weekly Thread Apr 19-25, 2010

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Old 04-19-2010, 08:02 AM   #2  
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I am going to have a good week. I am determined.

B: Yogurt with strawberries and cereals
L: Chili with a little bit a cheese and a kiwi
D: Chorizo with rice and vegetables.

Exercise: 40 mins of step

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Todays -

Bowl fruit and fibre, low fat yoghurt
Boiled Zucchini and tomato, olive oil and vinegar
Bowl fruit and fibre, low fat yoghurt
Slice of ww bread, steamed zucchini and mushrooms

30 mins wii
30 mins Zumba

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I am determined too!
cereal/skim milk
no lunch--got up late! cereal was lunch
steak peppers and onions---with red wine--I am trusting myself again!!

tilled and put in the garden and did yard work for exercise
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p.s. Welcome shestrying!!!
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Zofia-you are off to a good start
Sarah-how do you like the Zumba dvds? Look at your ticker go! Mine is still stuck unfortunately.

B: Canadian bacon and egg in 1/2 a whole wheat pita, sugar free latte
L: chicken salad on a croissant with a sugar free frappe
D: steak, roasted potatoes, sugar snap peas and carrots

Gonna try for some wii tonight.
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It was my first try last night and I did the beginner's dvd (which lasts about 15 mins) twice. I think it will take a while, maybe about a week, to get the steps right, but I'll keep trying! I can tell that once I'm doing it properly it will be great cardio, even doing half an hour last night learning the steps worked up a sweat. It's a nice change anyway. I'm halfway through the 30 day challenge on EA so I'll stick with that till it's done too.

Yes I'm thrilled with the ticker movement felt like I was stuck there for a while after Mum left but it seems that the extra exercise last week helped a lot. She will be back over in a week so I'll have to keep my resolve.

This week I am determined too, and I'm going to try for little or no alcohol, and no restaurant meals. Knowing for sure I'll be out to eat with Mum when she's here next week, I'll definitely be good this week.

Bowl fruit and fibre, low fat yoghurt
Brown rice, zucchini, mushrooms
2 Slices ww, 2 vegetarian sausages

30 mins wii
30 mins Zumba
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Nice girls!!!

I didnt cheat yesterday so hurray Iwill have a good week after all:

B: Yogurt with strawberries and cereals
L: Chorizo with pepper and cucumber
D: Scallops with thai noodles(veggies etc)

Exercise: 40 mins of cardio
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cereal/skim milk
chicken /veggies
large salad/fruit for dessert

planning a Looooonnnnnggg walk

Happy just not to be gaining anything. Hopefully I will soon find the combination of eating that gets me losing again
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Zofia: when is the 15th month of the year ? I may be joining you on Wave 1 soon. I have to do something to get past this 220 plateau. It's about to drive me nuts. I just can't get past it.

B: mushroom and cheese omelet, sugar free latte
L: barley and black bean salad, tangerine
S: string cheese
D: steak, roasted potatoes, salad with goat cheese, pisatchios and grapes
S: string cheese

I miss my strawberries with mascarpone cheese

I actually got to a yoga class tonight.
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I think she writes her dates the european way? That's the way we write them, date/month/year..

Got bored of the beginners Zumba dvd so I put on the advanced one. Did half an hour of it after wii this morning and my god that's a workout. I think once I get the hang of it I'll really enjoy it. Did workout 11 of 20 in the 30 day challenge on EA, so I'm halfway there with that too.

Bowl fruit and fibre, low fat yoghurt
Wholewheat ravioli with ricotta, steamed broccoli
Bowl fruit and fibre, low fat yoghurt

30 mins wii
30 mins Zumba
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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Date_an...ion_by_country
See the blue, thats the way I write my dates, Canada is one of the only country where we accept everything but because I am eastern Canadian espicially french canadian we do follow the european ways to write which includes writing centre, flavour and our dates like this
Petra, you are american right? According to this you write your days: mm/dd/yyyy?

I am not actually on wave 1. I am more like wave 2 but I am still loosing. I just dont have the heart for wave1.. I need my fruits and my chocolate!!

Today
B: Granola bar with yogurt
L: scallops with veggetables
D: roast with carrots and turnips

Exercise: Cardio an hour

I weight myself this morning and I was 2 pounds down! yay!
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The military writes their dates that way here but that's about the only people who do. That makes sense. I didn't know you were canadian.
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Very good day! I had to go to a conference and managed not to eat the nasty pastries they served! Usually the conference is so boring I eat just "because"---another change in my eating!!

yogurt strawberries granola
turkey sandwich pretzels pickles
not hungry for supper, maybe some fruit later
walked 2 miles
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Good job ping. I'm trying to eat up my fruit and drink up my wine so I can try for some wave 1 time to get my scale to move again. This is so frustrating!

B: baked eggs, strawberries, sugar free latte
L: barley and black bean salad, tangerine
S: string cheese
D: Szechwan beef and brown rice, glass of red wine. I don't know if anyone else has made this recipe out of the sonoma book. I only used half the chili paste and it still was hot!
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