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Old 03-03-2015, 02:03 PM   #61  
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Today was ok, not great though.
I did well at home. Trying to eat only raw fruits and vegetable before lunch, it seems to suit me well. I had ok-ish lunch with my children, but then we went to visit a friend and I didn't resist a piece of cake there, as well as few other (small) things.
I had only fresh vegetable and tuna for dinner though.

I seem to do well as long as I'm home. I just need to figure out how to stay clean when I'm out and about!
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Old 03-03-2015, 02:05 PM   #62  
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Over 2 weeks on track and i lost it...again.

Had an incident this morning at work followed by a lunch meeting where I ate 3 slices of pizza, half a sandwich, a bag of lays, 3 cookies and a soda within 30 mins. I feel so sick right now and all I worked for in the last 2 weeks just went down the drain. :'(

It wasn't even good pizza or cookies they tasted horrible I just couldn't keep them off my mouth, I had to entertain myself during a 45 min meeting without completely loosing it in front of everyone.

So dissapointed in myself!
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Old 03-03-2015, 04:25 PM   #63  
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I am in London.

Not weighing.

But eating well.

And working out.

For breakfast I had a two very large servings of smoked salmon and scrambled eggs.

Lunch was salmon, shrimp, calamari, cous cous, anchovies and sardines.

For exercise, I did weight training and a 4 mile run.

Different town. Same ol' sh!t. That's what I like!

Ronja, try to mix that tuna up. It's not great to eat all the time (mercury). Try to mix it up by sometimes eating salmon instead or any other seafood.

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Old 03-03-2015, 04:49 PM   #64  
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Busy, busy with the new mattress delivery and coordinating getting the old one hauled away. Craigs list is oh so fun, isn't it? (Online want ads)

W 157.something
B pumpkin oatmeal, strawberries, decaf w milk
L chicken curry
D lentil, chick pea soup.
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Old 03-03-2015, 09:13 PM   #65  
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Have been doing well for these first 3 days of March. A lot of veggies - kale, celery, cucumbers, tomatoes. A lot of Greek yogurt and chicken. Hardly any "white stuff." Looking forward to continuing this eating plan for the rest of the month!
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Old 03-03-2015, 09:31 PM   #66  
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Hi Everyone!

Still no TTOM and it seems like my symptoms have subsided. Now watch tomorrow it shows up and knocks me for a loop.

Penny Did you make it to the gym? Do you take classes or workout on your own?

Sensuallappeal Good job yesterday.

Novangel Hi

Fluffypuppy Great job on the smaller size.

CoolMom The curry chicken sounds good. The pumpkin protein oatmeal sounds good, too. Is everything in place with the new mattress? Enjoy!

Solarplant Great job on the spin class.

Flower Hi I hope today was a good one for you.

Veil I hope your fasting and refocusing goes well.

Momwithdogs Sorry about the grill. We use hardwood charcoal and DH has had problems with it running out. Frustrating for sure.

Kelijpa Gosh I have been there with the talkin' to. Problem with me is that I will argue with myself. Or should I say the devil on one shoulder argues with the angel on the other. I swear I am possessed at times. Good job fighting through.

Good job with the presentation. I know you were worried about it.

Ronja I can relate. It is difficult turning treats down when you are out of your comfort zone. Sounds like you did well, though.

GMNEVO Just get back on track with your next meal and don't beat yourself up over it. Tomorrow is a new day.

Ian Glad you checked in and you are doing well. Smoked salmon sounds awesome! @ same ol' sh!t.

Hi and welcome to the check-in.

Waving Hi all around! Enjoy your evening!
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Old 03-03-2015, 09:35 PM   #67  
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Total approx 1485 calories +

Breakfast (400 Calories + coffee)
spritz oil in pan
egg 70 cal
egg whites from carton 60 calories
Mediterranean Blend Veggies or Zucchini w/Tri Pepper Blend
1/8 cup feta cheese 40 calories
Rudi's Whole Wheat English muffin 130 calories
1 teaspoon pumpkin butter 25 calories
juice 75 calories
coffee w/sugar and cream

Lunch (385 Calories)
Rudi's 100% Whole Wheat Sandwich Flatz 100 calories
2 slices Applegate Farms Black Forest Ham & lettuce 50 Calories
Laughing Cow white cheddar cheese 35 calories
Greek Yogurt 100 calories
1 Apple 100 calories

Dinner (700 calories)
salad with grilled chicken brought my own dressing 600 calories
small piece of bread 100 calories

KCM's Start Here Workout #2 w/12's
Zumba Rush
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Old 03-03-2015, 10:08 PM   #68  
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Hello all,

Whew just got caught up, lots of new people, that's great and familiar "faces" great also!

Diana I apologise I missed a couple times you asked when my trip is, I'm flying out Sunday, honestly this last stretch of weather is making it so I can't wait to get to Florida. We're going to scope out some SC sites on the way back for possible winter getaway spots.

Have to plug in, more later

DH made breaded cod and homemade cole slaw for dinner, it was yum.
rode the exercise bike for 50 mins.

Fluffy hang in there, you did great not gaining and keep trying different things to control the binges, you'll find what works for you because you don't give up. I use an app called Lumen Trails, it has a bunch of journal type things in it, I like the calendar where I can log my weight everyday and you can make your own stuff, checklists, etc. I also use MFP and runkeeper, you can log walks, yoga, cycling, etc. in runkeeper and it sends it to MFP. Also, a pretty simple thing you can do is set a reminder on your phone to go off when you think is a good time and just put in a little motivational statement, like I have one on my phone for 7 a.m. that says make a plan, execute it I don't always listen, but the words pop up on the screen, even when I hear the little chime, if I'm not looking at it, I know it's 7 a.m. and I know what it says.

Syckgirlsfv I really got a sense of being back in school reading your post great job!

Lots of runners here, hope to get started again next week.

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Old 03-03-2015, 10:24 PM   #69  
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Penny B - 60 crunches is awesome, wow!!
Solarplant - I have always been too chicken to try a spin class, it sounds like you rocked it!
Diana, the meals you post look so good and I admire how you are tracking the calories. You must be a great planner!

Mostly on plan today, I snacked too much on nuts, though.
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Old 03-03-2015, 11:14 PM   #70  
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Exercise: Went to the gym for the first time in forever. Did 2 miles on a treadmill. I did intervals because I am way out of shape now. Will do more crunches tonight (they're good for my wonky neck, I've found).

B: protein bar
L: 1/2 PB&J, handful of almonds
S: an apple and some Greek yogurt
D: Red beans and rice, veggies, some soy sauce, and a dollop Greek yogurt

I like going to the gym (mostly), even though there are some...not so nice patrons there (they laugh at less fit people like me). Oh well. As I get older, that bothers me less, which is nice. Just put in the earbuds and get to work.


sensualappeal: The struggle to deal with stress in a non-food way is a big thing. I'm glad today was easier for you!

Veil: I've always wanted to try a similar fast for similar reasons, but I never got my act together enough to do it. Do you have any tips?

ncjane: Thanks!
Those nuts are sneaky. If they're dry roasted, I am all over those things!
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Old 03-04-2015, 04:43 AM   #71  
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I'm pretty new here . I hope you guys don't mind if I join in !
I'm a 23 year old nurse. I work nights so it's kinda difficult for me to stick with a schedule. But March is a new month and I am starting over with my health. I lost about fifty lbs in college but since I started my job it has slowly crept up to 230lbs . Yikes . I'm getting married in July so my goal is to hit 180 lbs by then
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Old 03-04-2015, 05:25 AM   #72  
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Good morning awesome people
going to make this very short. Not many personal messages.

foofoo Congratulations on Planned July nuptuals. Really glad you are here
Mission2lose Great to meet you. Glad you are here
Kelijpa, so glad you are going to Florida. You deserve warmth
Hope you have a great time. For how long are you going?
Syckgirlsfv, when you graduate will you be a CPA? Sounds like your course of study is pretty darned intense.

More personas later. But right now it is time for confession

Today I ate a lot. I planned it. And succeeded
I had flatbread sandwich wrap with fantastik brand refried beans on half of it. And some really nice "Shelburne farms tractor cheddar cheese". Its really great cheese. I added some onion on top and then folded the flatbread in half and grilled it in a pan with oilive oil until it was very crispy on both sides. Yes, I did that. I cut it in 4 pieces and ate it. Then I ate some refrigerated "hot somked" king salmon. Then belgian chocolate and 2 apples. So that was my huge cheat. I can already feel the sodium and bloat. I am dreading the scale. But it was enjoyable. I will be paying for this for many days. So the regrets will start tomorrow. But still the memory is fresh. This was the meal that someone bought me. I just assembled it. Tomorrow I will be wearing it. (along with larger size jeans)

I hope everyone has a great Wednesday.

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Old 03-04-2015, 07:16 AM   #73  
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Default Good luck

Newbie here wanting to say good luck to all. Im on WW and learning the pp plan. I plan to eat less carbs and get 30 min + walking per day.
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Old 03-04-2015, 08:41 AM   #74  
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Welcome, Sherileeaz! Glad to have you here!
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Old 03-04-2015, 08:45 AM   #75  
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Good Morning, Everyone!

FooFoo Hi and welcome to the check-in.

Hi and welcome to the check-in.

Last night I added on: Tamilee Webb's Total Body Stretch (standing and seated sections)
Listened to: A meditation for Relaxation and Wellness
This morning: Oxycise Level 1

Calories for yesterday: 1485 +
Weigh In: 172.4
Down: .8

Have a great day!
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