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Friday, July 06, 2012

Breakfast~a few almonds and glass of Almond Milk, unsweetened
Lunch~Buffet~Salad~Romaine with cucumber, broccoli, green pepper, olives, grilled chicken, pepperoni, parmesan and ranch dressing. Grilled chicken breast with skin, 1/4 c steamed cabbage, 1/4 c cooked spinach
Dinner~8 shrimp cooked with a lemon butter sauce I threw together (1 laughing cow cheese, 2 tbsp butter, little dash of Mrs Dash lemon pepper seasoning, splash of lemon juice and splash of heavy cream
Snack~almonds, 1 tbsp natural pb mixed with 1 tsp splenda and 2 tbsp heavy cream
Beverages~tons of water, unsweetened fresh brewed tea

Today (so far):
Breakfast~1 oz. Calabrese dried sausage, 1 laughing cow cheese, 4 sundried tomato stuffed olives, 2 pieces of spicy cauliflower and one hot pepper
Lunch~Wendy's~B aconator single without the bread, side caesar salad without croutons
Beverages~water and unsweeted fresh brewed tea

Haven't had dinner yet, or really snacked much because of all this heat. Probably will just have a big salad with chicken for dinner. It has been hitting nearly 100 degrees everyday, plus the heat index and with being so close to the lake, we have humidity added in. The air conditioner has been running nonstop and I don't normally like the air conditioning! The heat makes it difficult to get motivated to workout. I keep waiting for a break in the temps. I have been taking evening walks with my boys when the temps dip down to low 80's. AND, we have been hitting up the water park and Cedar point every week this summer with our season passes. Atleast that keeps me moving. Playing in water, walking through the parks. We always pack a lunch, so food isn't an issue for me there.

P.s. My standing heartrate is down to 70 bpm. :)
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    emoticon Hard to run or walk in the heat!! I know the feeling!!
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