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What would you do if you had a day between Saturday and Sunday?Yes, I was the crazy one who climbed some extra floors and walked circles in the basement to get the fitbit to show a total of 4 miles.day 7 of my streak for "Walk 6,000 steps per day" earned 1/30/2020Today's lunch and meal prep for two lunches this week: sausage, pepper, onion scramble with brown rice.day 10 of my streak for "Walk 6,000 steps per day" earned 2/2/2020day 40 of my streak for "Log in and spin the SparkPoints wheel" earned 2/2/2020I don't think this has ever happened on my tracker before... ALL of the nutrition goals for the day are within range. week 50 of my streak for "Exercise for at least 90 minutes per week" earned 2/8/2020Snack prep. Mandarins kiwis and grapes.day 50 of my streak for "Log in and spin the SparkPoints wheel" earned 2/12/2020Love spark streak symmetry: 50 days of daily logins paired with 50 weeks of 90 minutes or more of exercise. Yay!Today's lunch: sweet potato and baked beans and a side salad.Look what I did cleaning my house today.week 52 of my streak for "Exercise for at least 90 minutes per week" earned 2/20/2020day 60 of my streak for "Log in and spin the SparkPoints wheel" earned 2/22/2020Meal prep for tomorrow. Brown rice cereal w strawberries for breakfast. Brown rice, green beans, and chicken for lunch and dins. Kiwi, mandarins, apples for snacks.Massive meal prep: hardboiled eggs, 3 servings of quinoa, 8 baggies of meatballs, 4 snack packs w raw nuts, 2 beef / vege lunches, cubed cooked chicken for tonight's dinner. And lunch for today: beef, veges and quinoa.Lunch and snacks for the day: beef w rice cauliflower risotto & avocado and sliced peaches; nuts & carrots; celery & almond butter.And this from Fitbit. Since July 2016, more than 4000 miles logged.Another food filled day: snacks are celery w almond butter and mini peppers w tuna. Lunch is cooked chicken w peppers & onions topped with avocado and a side of peaches.Monster meal prep tonight to set me up for the weekend: kiwi, mandarins, strawberries for snacks, cooked farro, cooked wild rice, sweet sausage & cabbage stew (to be served over wild rice), mushrooms & beans (to be paired w cooked farro and balsamic pork loin which is not pictured but cooking in the slow cooker. Final assembly tomorrow.Monster prep tonight to set me up for the weekend: cooked farro, cooked wild rice, sweet sausage & cabbage stew (to be served over wild rice) beans & mushrooms (to be paired with farro and pork loin which is not pictured but cooking in the slow cooker), fruit snacks for the weekend: mandarins, kiwis, strawberries.So the prep from last night yielded these foods for today: lunch of farro topped with mushrooms & beans and cooked pork; dinner of wild rice with sweet sausage cabbage stew; and fruit snacks of kiwi, mandarins, and apples.Prep today included making more wild rice for tonight's stew; a concoction of beef, mushrooms, shallots, and green beans for dinners for the next few days; balsamic turkey roast to throw in lunches and snacks; and egg muffins w peppers, onions and mushrooms. Top ones are egg whites only, bottom ones are whole egg. Did most of this in the morning before lunch. Went swimming this afternoon and then made the egg muffins before dinner.Fun little snack I made today: mini pepper halves filled with sliced deli turkey.Chicken thighs, sweet potatoes, salsa, chicken broth, and spices... simmer for 90 minutes, adding pinto beans for the last 30 and that's it. Very simple... and yummy!Breakfast this morning: 2 whole eggs, 2 egg whites, scrambled with roasted yellow bell pepper and turkey bacon, along with a side of mixed berries.Meal prep for today: lunch will be a salad w spinach, roasted asparagus, sliced carrots, roasted bell pepper, roasted cauliflower, avocado, a hard boiled egg, and chopped turkey w balsamic dressing; diced peaches on the side. Snacks: roasted turkey bacon wrapped asparagus, cashews & almonds, and carrots.Monster prep for the day: buffalo chicken, home made chia-flax granola, meatballs, and tonight's meal of creole skillet. Not pictured is rice.It may not be the most inventive meal in the world but it was quick, nutritious, and delicious. Roasted turkey with golden wax beans.No meal prep needed today as I worked from home. Instead a good opportunity to raid the fridge for leftovers that need to be cleaned out. Breakfast was chia-flax granola with berries and raw carrots; lunch (pictured) was "red-cooked" Asian style cabbage with roasted turkey, with a side of peaches; dinner was slow cooker sauerkraut soup made with chicken sausage; snacks included turkey bacon wrapped asparagus; and celery with almond butter. A full day full of yummy and filling food. #lovefmdToday was almost a repeat of yesterday. Chia-flax granola w berries for breakfast; creole skillet w avocado and a side of peaches for lunch (pictured); sauerkraut soup for dinner; snacks were garden meatballs, and mixed nuts + carrots.Very simple snack idea: hard boiled eggs with sweet mini peppers.Experiment in dining: roasted asparagus and peppers with broiled shrimp.All set for the weekend: Pot roast w veges and gravy; sweet chili; 5 servings of beans n rice; salad w spinach, carrots, mini peppers, mushrooms, tuna, boiled egg whites; extra beans, and a bunch of fruits: mixed fruit, mandarins, kiwi, strawberriesOn Saturdays I am away from home all day so I have to pack all my meals and snacks. Here's the spread for today: lunch is salad w spinach, boiled egg whites, sliced mini peppers, carrots, mushrooms, and tuna; with that I will have spelt pretzels and kiwi. Dinner is sweet chili on bread (like a sloppy joe). For snacks I packed a variety including mandarins apples and mixed fruit. All set for a fun and food filled day.Onions, mushrooms, sweet potatoes, and chicken sausage. Without spinach? Or with spinach? What say you?Breakfast of champions? I'll leave that to you to decide. 2 cans of tuna with mini peppers. Simple but effective.There is no way that a bag of peppers and onions is supposed to serve 3.5 people. This bowl contains the whole bag. No wonder we have a problem with people not eating enough vegetables. Paired the onion pepper mix with roasted pork for a delicious lunch.Out of the house all day again today. Here's my delectable selection: lunch of buffalo chicken w broccoli, dinner of roasted pork w green beans, mushrooms, and onions. Snacks: turkey bacon wrapped asparagus to be split between morning and afternoon. Breakfast this morning was garden meatballs.Scrambled eggs, turkey bacon, onions, and mushrooms. Mixed berries. Working from home means I get to make and eat a cooked breakfast once in a while!Thought I would try something different today. Cucumber with smoked salmon. Anyone tried these?This is great! I can keep working while cooking! Cauliflower rice risotto w mushrooms and asparagus paired with beef roast and avocado.I decided to add a pop of color to lunch today vs yesterday. Cauliflower rice risotto w asparagus and mushrooms, paired with beef roast, avocado, and for the splash of color, half a sweet potato.Again, simple, but good. A bag of preseasoned Brussels sprouts and beef roast. Walnuts and diced peaches on the side.I normally have tuna salad with crackers. Today I changed out the crackers with cucumber slices.First time making a cucumber and ham sandwich. Pairing it with leftover salad from last night.Yum! Sweet kale salad w Buffalo chicken and avocado. Little bit of blue cheese dressing.Not bad... covered this half avocado in plastic wrap yesterday, along with some lemon juice to preserve it. Put in a small container and this is what it looks like today.Breakfast hash with sweet potatoes, spinach, and mushrooms, topped with an egg.Flourless muffins: banana, peanut butter, applesauce, milk, eggs, zucchini, carrots, oats, honey, baking soda & powder, cinnamon, vanilla extract, and a bit of salt.Banana, peanut butter, cocoa bites (those are the only ingredients) and muffins with banana, oats, applesauce, peanut butter, honey, zucchini, carrots, milk & eggs.Sometimes portion control sucks lol... 8 pieces is a portion. Filling up the container would have been my normal behavior.Lesson in caloric density. Both are 210 calories. Which do you choose?Freeze dried strawberries or chocolate covered sea salt butterscotch caramels? Each 100 calories.This looks good enough to eat! Roasted potatoes, onions, peppers, zucchini, eggplant, and tomatoes. Made enough for four-six meal prepped lunches this week.I love that I can eat pizza and still love weight :)Today was a good dayMade "muffins" tonight. That's six servings, right?Oh happy day. Love the "green screen"Happy Thanksgiving everyone. Back on track tomorrow!Yummy goodness.According to my SparkPeople mileage calculator, I have covered more than 1000 miles for the year!covered 1000 miles for the year 2020Another good dayWonder why I'm tired...Battle of the waffles today. It's the holidays after all. Two family members vie for the title...I've apparently logged 400 meals... That's 133 days of continously logging my meals...Feet hurt... wonder why LOL2020 wasn't all bad... let's think of some positive things that happened and get rid of the bad vibes...
For me, I walked / biked 1100 miles in 2020 and I got to work from home for most of the year.What a great way to start the new year. Since July 2016, I have apparently walked 5000 miles.May is a new month. New effort.My second week of hitting 6000+ steps every day.Four weeks of achieving minimum step goal. Yay!Roasted venison with egg fried broccoli brown rice.Sausage onion pepper scramble. YumStats for 2019: 2,727,864 steps, 4,159 floors, 1,240 miles... YAY!!Level 17 - December 2019day 60 of my streak for "Log in and spin the SparkPoints wheel" earned 12/6/2019logged in every day for 32 days and exercised 90 minutes a week for 32 weeks
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