Monday, 10 September 2007

Day 231

My, my how time is flying by!

This Monday makes the beginning of my third week of healthy eating and exercise. Can't tell you how much this is doing for my attitude, not to mention my body. I am still huge of course, but my clothes are fitting looser, my face has lost its bloat and I am living in a healthy optimism (in spite of the many negative feelings that pop up from time to time) that I will be thin again.

B - 377
1 cup of yogurt - 260
1 pineapple - 120
1 tbls of agave - 43

L- 410
45gs cheese - 150 + 1 veggie burger - 130 = 280
2 cups of salad - 40
1 tbls . dressing - 90

D - 402
2 oz cheese - 228
3 cups cauliflower - 84
1 tbls. fat - 90

Calories - 1189
Exercise - 1/2 hr. elliptical trainer
6 cups of water


  1. You can be super proud of yourself. Good for you.

  2. You are doing so well!! Keep it up, and we will be 55kg together!! People are going to scoff and your before pics when you are gorgeous and fit...they won't believe the 'old' you. Have a bit of faith in yourself!

  3. Zen philosophy is to let the negative thoughts flow through without attaching to them.

    Maintain your balance!

  4. Thanks my cheerleading squad. Sometimes I wonder if it's ever going to happen, but I've only just begun so, I guess I just need to keep putting one foot infront of the other.

    Yes, I am beginning to feel more self-respecting Christine.

    Livy I am watching you girl and sailing on your tail wind. 'Cause I can see that you are not playing around. Btw. I am lifting upper body one day and lower body the next, so that upper gets a rest while I'm doing lower and vis-a-versa, is that what you mean by resting.

    I like the Zen idea. I need to practice that, because trust me the negative is sure flowing through.

    Thanks Sayre, I agree with you I need to follow your example with the Kenpo classes and keep working at it.

  5. Yes, our outlook changes as our esteem grows, thats for sure.

    In relation to your dance classes, keep them up! Whenever I am in a situation where I'm feeling vulnerable re: my weight, I just think of the worst thing that could happen to me and weigh up the chances of it happening, which are usually minimal. Mind you I always think of my knickers falling down in front of everyone which would NEVER happen. rofl!!!


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