Operation Cute for Colorado: Day 1

Monday, November 07, 2011

Today is a hard day...

Yesterday I ate 2800 calories... due to a delish meatloaf... not happy with myself! Unfortunately this is the trend in my eating habits... 2300 to 2800 calories A DAY!!

Today I've eaten 1125... and I still have to eat dinner...

We shall see... I also have a membership to the gym... which I don't go to very often so I must begin doing that!

I made up lunches for the week which is working very well b/c it's just so easy to walk to the fridge and grab a tupperwear dish that already has lunch in it... even easier than going through a drive-through!

I also bought some zip-lock bags and pre-packaged snack portions so that I don't over eat... one of my biggest problems!

Any suggestions are appreciated!! Thanks for reading!!! Stay tuned for Operation Cute for Colorado: Day 2
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    Dear Chairwoman of OCC (love that name! :) - I think you're right on track with your plans. What I see here is that you're tracking calories, which is a huge part of your operation: accountability! It's the part most of us really struggle to master. If you can stay accountable even on a rough day, or even when the budget is tight, *you have definitely got what it takes!*. You're moving right along as you give consideration to packaging some snack portions in zip-lock bags and other convenient containers, too... I'm kinda partial to those Laughing Cow cheese wedges for a l'il burst of protein with, the light variety of those is only 35 cal. And already a membership to the gym! I'd say you're a woman with a plan...and it's gonna take you far! I'll be "watching this space," as they say - keep us posted! So far, so good, ma'am! emoticon
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