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An Ordinary Day

Friday, June 04, 2010

Spent some time eating and sleeping today...Last night the grown up kids wanted me to make homemade pizza and of course I got into it. Otherwise I'm doing pretty well with the exercise and measuring my food thing. I have to admit it tasted good going down but when I saw the fat content I felt guilty for eating it with the pepperoni and all the extras. if only the kidss would eat healthier and respect the fact that i'm trying hard and do without the pizza altogether.

So, today i walked on the treadmill for an hour instead of a half hour to make up some of the difference and I ate less today. Honestly, I wasn't very hungry and did manage to fit a few small snacks for later in case I do get hungry.

It seems since I have joined Spark people I have been so busy doing everything that I haven't watched TV. This is good really because TV seems to have all those food commercials dedicated to fast food. That food is exactly what i've been trying to avoid. At least I'm still consistantly still doing cardio but weight training still needs work. I'm in week three of stage 2 which has to do with the exercise step and moderation just hasn't been worked on this week.

I also had a cold but I still managed to walk a little outside in the fresh air which kept my exercise minutes in check. But the first couple of days of the cold I really didn't feel like eating much. Just some soup really. So, overall i'm not worried about the weight loss and I will weigh-in a couple of weeks from now and see if there has been a difference overall.
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    We all have those delicious but less-healthy foods once in awhile. Work the calories into your total, and you can still come outin range. You made up for it with exercise and fewer calories the next day.
    3911 days ago
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