Saturday, March 20, 2010

What an unbelievable day! It was warm out......the 20th of March at that! I went to town and saw people in shorts and tank tops! I love Spring Fever! Everyone is outside, enjoying the fresh air and the warmth of the sun. I went by the gym today.....dead in there! I don't like to go when it's packed so now that the sun is out and the weather is nice things will start to slow down there. Most people want to be outside doing exercise. I'm fine in the gym :) I plan to start fresh on Monday. This time I'm doing it. Three times minimum next week...wish me luck!
Had a fabulous day with my oldest son. We went to a thrift store looking for funky clothes. I actually found a nice skirt from Old Navy. It fits "ok" now. 10 lbs from now it will look great. Not a bad find for $4.00. I had a chocolate craving today. I went to pick up a FiberOne bar and thought to myself "that's 150 calories I could save and use later, when I have the munchies tonight". So I put it back. I drank some water and made some Lite Jell-o for later. I'm quite proud of myself for that. I realize that I have a problem at night, and if I "bank" some calories for later in the day, I can feel satisfied with my "cheat" knowing that I am still within the the range I need to be.
Well........back to the housework I go :)
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    I think it's the nice weather. We get busy doing things then forget to eat. I slept in today so my breakfast was actually a brunch. It works out ok because I have less hours in the day to worry about overeating, ha ha
    3798 days ago
    sounds like a good day with good choices!
    I just entered all my food and discovered that I hadn't eaten enough. when does that happen. Just had a yogurt to get to the bottom of my range. Wow. Can't remember the last time that happened.
    3798 days ago
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