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April 5

Saturday, April 05, 2014

Starting Saturday off right. Scrambled eggs with red peppers. Whole wheat toast. Decaf coffee. Off to a full day and staying downtown with friends. Sticking with fish choices when I was out last night and will do the same tonight. Even refused the bread offerings at dinner last night. 1 choice turns into 2.
My awesome DD1 sent me a strength training circuit that she got from her personal trainer that is geared to my strengths and weaknesses using the weights, bands and ball that I have at home. She's my biggest cheerleader as I am her's as well. She has managed to go from size 16 to size 12 in just a few months. Very proud!
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  • MARY1964
    Weekends are my battle but not like people might think. I have so much to do that I end up not eating at all until suddenly I realize it's dinner time. So my Saturdays if I don't set an alarm or something I might end up just having one meal. Sundays are a little easier because I cook for the week and I tend to nosh while I'm cooking, especially on raw veggies.

    I guess it's better than it was because it used to be on Saturday night when I realized I hadn't eaten all day I'd order a pizza or I'd run out and grab a bite somewhere. At least now when I eat it's home cooked healthier choices although those tend to run a little low in fat and calories for just the one meal.

    I'm having dinner with friends at an Italian place tonight - let's see if I can resist the bread! :)
    2477 days ago
    Well done for showing up! I so glad to hear it's going well. emoticon
    2479 days ago
    I try to do the same - find a fish option that will be healthier, and avoid some of the unnecessary extras. Sounds like you're making awesome choices!
    2481 days ago
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