TGIF Lunch

December 14, 2007

“Yum” is all I have to say about this lunch!

Roasted turkey, low-fat sharp cheddar, avocado, spinach and mustard on Ezekiel sesame:

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Sliced apple:

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Spaghetti squash with cinnamon:

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And plain yogurt with a tsp of raspberry jam and 1/2 a serving of Fiber One

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All together for 560 kcal

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Walk

Got in a nice 27-minute walk while I chatted with the husband about what kinds of cookies to make tonight. We’re going with sugar cookies (decorate) and bourbon balls!!

Be Back later!

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1 stephanie December 14, 2007 at 2:19 pm

mmmmm! announcement! i can’t take the suspense.

are you going to be nationally syndicated? that’s what my money’s on. I wouldn’t be surprised.

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2 Emily December 14, 2007 at 2:28 pm

I made the oatmeal pancake…..and it worked…..and was GREAT! Thanks again…see here….http://nutritiousisdelicious.blogspot.com/ . I was so excited! lol I am starting up a food blog….we will see if I can keep it up?!

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3 andrea December 14, 2007 at 3:21 pm

First of all I just want to thank you for a great blog! I found your page while reading Cristin’s blog on Self’s “Eat like me”.
I used to be heavy in HS. I lost close to 4o pounds over the course of a few years. I am now up about 10lbs from my lowest weight and would love to lose 8-10lbs. I find that I am just not as dedicated as I used to be. I am trying real hard though. I love eating healthy, cooking healthy and reading health books and magazines. I used to get up every work day and get to the gym by 5:30am, workout, shower at the gym and get off to work. Now I work out at home (I have a nordic track elliptical) or at the gym in the evenings. I am working out about 4 days a week, but need to up it to 6 days. I used to spin 3 days a wk and loved it! Now it has been a year since I took spinning and i feel a huge difference in my body. I am trying so hard to gain back my motivation to workout like i used to. I still workout but not as much or at the intensity that i was.
Any tips? thanks!

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4 Rummie December 14, 2007 at 3:32 pm

I bet I can guess the announcement! Although that’s not really fair since you told me about it at the wine tasting thing. I made the tofu the other night, I used the stir-fry recipe from the site you sent me and it was great! I never knew I could like tofu!
I decided I’d just post as Rummie since a million people read your blog and you probably wouldn’t have any idea who it was otherwise. Plus it’s just funny :)

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5 Breanna07 December 14, 2007 at 9:15 pm

^^^Andrea—I am going through a similar situation as you! I went down from 240 to 175 over a couple years and I have always wanted to drop ‘the last 10′ pounds (like many people!). What I have recently realized is that I may never lose the last 10 pounds because my body seems to be very happy at my set point now. I feel good, I work out 3-5 times a week, and I eat right (of course everything in moderation ;) What I am trying to say is not to be hard on yourself. You are doing everything right, if you are healthy and happy that is all that matters, right? I think women have a tendency in general to think they still have 10 pounds to lose when they actually are at the perfect weight. I know whenever I lose a few pounds less than my ‘set point’ I tend to be really hungry and gain those few pounds back anyways. Just listen to where your body is happiest I guess. That is my life lession learned this past year. Sorry to highjack the blog by the way!
Bre

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6 Kath December 15, 2007 at 12:31 am

Andrea,

I think books are very motivating. Could you read Fit From Within or SuperFoods? I can't emphasize how much they really did put my focus on health instead of weight loss/struggling with food.

Breanna,

Thanks for chiming in! Great advice!

Rummie,

I think Rummie suits you just fine :)

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