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Old 10-07-2012, 07:19 AM   #16
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I really like your goals and plans. They're so specific.

To help you track, have you seen MyFitnessPal.com? It's a free app and you wouldn't believe how huge the data base is.
I didn't know that DVC members can go to the Top of the World. Thanks for the info! I'll definitely check this out in January. We make ALL our meals in our villa, but I do plan to go to Be Our Guest twice in Jan. I hope you have a GREAT time with Mickey.

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I'll be in WDW this time next week for a long weekend...and then again in early November. We own DVC and another timeshare, so we get down a few times a year for shorter trips. I have ALWAYS planned our trips around food, and had aspirations once about eating at every TS on site.

Here is what I will do:

1. Alcohol only one night.-DVC members are currently allowed at the Top of the World Lounge, so we are going there to watch fireworks, I'm planning on having a cocktail or two there. Yes I know it's food and wine fest, but I will save that for our November trip.
2. TRACK, TRACK, TRACK-It is too easy to get out of the habit for me. So even if I have dessert, I will right it down, and estimate points the best I can.
3. Err on the side of proteins over carbs.
4. Eat breakfast in our unit.
5. Check menus and find at least one better counter service option in each park.


Here is what I won't do:

1. Say no to something that I really want because it's too many points.
2. Say yes to something that I don't really want just because it's vacation.

Love this #2. I also read somewhere that asking yourself, "Will I remember this in two weeks" is also a good clue for "Shall I eat this thing that I want?"

3. Give up when I get back if I have only maintained or gained. (This one will be tougher, but I am DETERMINED!!!!)

GREAT outlook!


I also think I'm going to start a wish journal today so I can hold myself a bit more accountable.
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what is everyone working on? weight loss? eating better? goals?

I am trying really hard to stop drinking pop - but it is soooo hard for me. I would also like to lost 15-20 lbs and finish a 5k by spring under 30 minutes (I have never run for more than a mile and a half......)

I am trying to decide if I want to tackle everything at once, or one at a time.....

great job on day 3 princess vija!
Thanks! As far as the pop... (AKA soda) that is really a hard thing to stop. I was in a biggest loser competition past spring and one challenge was to only have 2 sodas the entire week. From that challenge I ended up switching up and drinking water at work instead of soda and kept it going. I don't even miss it any more. See if you can switch it out with water or something else for just one time a day and then you can slowly add to it.



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I think writing things down is important, I'm make sure I check in on your journal!



Giving up soda, and artificial sweeteners, is a goal of mine too.

1. Lose 45-50 pound. (I'm on WW and my actual goal is to lose 47.5)
2. Give up soda and artificial sweeteners. I love the fizz from soda, so sparkling water is what I am drinking more of.
3. Run a 5k.

Current focus is on weight loss, though I am cutting back on soda. Will start couch 2 5k when I get back from my Disney trip.
I hope you have fun on your trip! Eventually I would love to do a 5k and my long range goal is a 1/2 marathon. I hope one day I can do it.

You've got GREAT goals!

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I'll be in WDW this time next week for a long weekend...and then again in early November. We own DVC and another timeshare, so we get down a few times a year for shorter trips. I have ALWAYS planned our trips around food, and had aspirations once about eating at every TS on site.

Here is what I will do:

1. Alcohol only one night.-DVC members are currently allowed at the Top of the World Lounge, so we are going there to watch fireworks, I'm planning on having a cocktail or two there. Yes I know it's food and wine fest, but I will save that for our November trip.
2. TRACK, TRACK, TRACK-It is too easy to get out of the habit for me. So even if I have dessert, I will right it down, and estimate points the best I can.
3. Err on the side of proteins over carbs.
4. Eat breakfast in our unit.
5. Check menus and find at least one better counter service option in each park.


Here is what I won't do:

1. Say no to something that I really want because it's too many points.
2. Say yes to something that I don't really want just because it's vacation.
3. Give up when I get back if I have only maintained or gained. (This one will be tougher, but I am DETERMINED!!!!)


I also think I'm going to start a wish journal today so I can hold myself a bit more accountable.

WOW, you have some great goals! Very detailed and easily visulized. I sure hope you have fun on your getaways. did you start a journal? I'll have to go check it out.

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This is such a cool board, I'm so happy to have discovered it!

My overall goal is to get fit and lose what I've acquired around my middle section. Also my chin. What is up with my chin? I hate it. Too much chin.

The main thing is... I LIKE to EAT, you guys. It's a PROBLEM.

I have started running a few times a week, guilting myself into doing it by purchasing a very expensive pair of running shoes. Buyer's remorse is an excellent motivator.

My biggest challenge, though, is food, and the time it takes to prepare. I love cooking delicious healthy organic creative meals, well balanced with fiber and protein, guaranteed to add years to my life or my money back, but I don't have the time. So I make spaghetti, and carb out, and feel guilty about it. More guilt. The wrong kind.

Maybe I just need to run more.

figment814, I am VERY impressed that you're taking diet goals with you to Food and Wine. I'm not that strong. I'm also not going to fit into my work uniform when I get back, and that's going to be its own brand of awkward.

Ughhh, I know what you mean about wanting to eat. I love to eat. I always thought those talk shows were crazy saying that food is often used as a "friend". I realize that was the case for me. I would come home from work and veg on the couch with chips, dip and the cast of today show. When I was going to the gym last week instead of the couch, I did miss the "comfort" of my friends, but I like the energy I was finding more.

What kind of work do you do? I wear scrubs and can't wait to buy smaller sizes!!!
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Hi. I am trying to get back to healthy eating and weight loss. My health is really suffering these days, but it's not to late to turn it around.

Also, I want to encourage better choices for my kids so they don't end up with the problems I have. But I agree with Frontier Girl that coming up with quick but truly healthy meals is tough!

I have been successful with the Abs Diet and am going to try to get back to that.

Mind if I join you all in the journey?
More the merrier! What is the Abs diet? I think the hardest part sometimes is finding what really works for us. Glad you found something successful. Hope your health keeps improving as you get healthier.

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I'm new here today. I've been working at weight loss for about three months now. I am looking at a knee replacement, and I'm trying to lose as much weight as I can to get me knee as healthy as it can be. I can't walk without a cane anymore, and the pain is constant, so I'll be getting a scooter for my next trip to visit Mickey.

Since February, I have lost 30 lbs, the last 15 of that since late July. I am working at one pound a week, using the Livestrong.com food tracker, working out everyday on an elliptical, and just using the common sense about food that I should have been using for years. What's different now is that I am motivated to live a new lifestyle, not just "diet." I don't think of myself as being on a "diet."

I'm using the E-meals Natural and Organic plan for my dinners. That has been my solution to the "what shall we have for dinner?" question. Like you, FrontierGirl, I was a carb-a-holic. The plans offered by Emeals are delicious and I love that the shopping list is right there for me. I love the variety of foods offered. I just count up all the calories and make substitutions where I need to. Yep, the less I have to use my brain, the better I like it! LOL

My goal is to lose another 50 lbs and to be able to walk and have less pain. I look forward to hanging out here to give and get some support as we all progress together!
congrats on 3 months of working toward a healthier, happier you! The weight loss will certainly help with the knee replacement. I am so sorry that you are in constant pain. That is just awful. I love how you are talking about not doing a diet, but a lifestyle change. I never "got it" until just recently. It think from the TV show Extreme makeover weight loss edition. I realize that I truly have over a year of serious effort ahead of me to really loose all the weight I want. probably looking at 2 years. But I have always made things very rigid with alot of denial that left me wanting a lot. (literally... A lot!) But now I am really focusing on just trying to find a balance.

I remember reading about knees and weight loss. I just looked up the following..

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6. Reduced Joint Pain – Being overweight puts huge pressure on our joints. For every extra pound of excess weight on our body, we add 3 times that amount of pressure on our knees. This means that 10 extra pounds equates to 30 pounds of pressure grinding down. And when walking up stairs Dr Oz says we can multiply our extra weight by 7. Thirty pounds of pressure just became 70 pounds. Over time, this force wears away your cartilage, leaving an area of arthritis.

As you lose weight and reduce the pressure on your joints, the cushioning between your bones will build back up. A 10 pound weight loss over 10 years may result in as much as a 50% decrease in your odds of developing osteoarthritis.
So just think how much better of your knees are now. and with each week as you loose more, your knees will be thanking you! Great job on 30# loss already!!!! that's already 90# of pressure off of your knees!
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For me, I am creating my own lifestyle change path.

1. I am trying to avoid the scale like crazy because it always trips me up. If I loose, gain, or maintain I play mind games to find ways to eat. so I am trying to take that out of the equation.

2. Definitely exercising more. Plan on exercising daily. So far I have been going to the gym and doing the elliptical, treadmill, bike and weight machines there. At home I have done my work out tapes, exercised to music on my own, and gone for long walks. Eventually I REALLY want to go back to Tae Kwon Do. There is a black belt with my name on it there and I really want it bad!!!! I was 2 weeks shy of my black belt test before I ended up with emergency surgery and have been struggling ever since to get back. Now I am back to square 1 with my energy level and endurance, but I know I can get back there.

3. so far daily I am tallying up estimated calorie counts in my head at the end of the day. I am really just trying to focus on slowly getting back into logging calories, but for right now, just focusing on eating less and exercising more.

4. Consciously thinking about what I am eating, when I am eating and striving for a better balance. No food is off limits, just decreasing the amounts right now.

I feel so much better and more energized since I restarted Tuesday. So hopefully all is going well!
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Old 10-07-2012, 12:12 PM   #19
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To help you track, have you seen MyFitnessPal.com? It's a free app and you wouldn't believe how huge the data base is.
I didn't know that DVC members can go to the Top of the World. Thanks for the info! I'll definitely check this out in January. We make ALL our meals in our villa, but I do plan to go to Be Our Guest twice in Jan. I hope you have a GREAT time with Mickey.

I am going to look into my fitness pal, that sounds great!

Unfortunately, I think Top of the World is only open to members not staying at BLT through December. There is something on the login page that lists the day.


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Thanks! As far as the pop... (AKA soda) that is really a hard thing to stop. I was in a biggest loser competition past spring and one challenge was to only have 2 sodas the entire week. From that challenge I ended up switching up and drinking water at work instead of soda and kept it going. I don't even miss it any more. See if you can switch it out with water or something else for just one time a day and then you can slowly add to it.



I hope you have fun on your trip! Eventually I would love to do a 5k and my long range goal is a 1/2 marathon. I hope one day I can do it.

You've got GREAT goals!




WOW, you have some great goals! Very detailed and easily visulized. I sure hope you have fun on your getaways. did you start a journal? I'll have to go check it out.
Thanks so much! I did start a journal, I'm thinking it will help keep me motivated and on track.

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For me, I am creating my own lifestyle change path.

1. I am trying to avoid the scale like crazy because it always trips me up. If I loose, gain, or maintain I play mind games to find ways to eat. so I am trying to take that out of the equation.

2. Definitely exercising more. Plan on exercising daily. So far I have been going to the gym and doing the elliptical, treadmill, bike and weight machines there. At home I have done my work out tapes, exercised to music on my own, and gone for long walks. Eventually I REALLY want to go back to Tae Kwon Do. There is a black belt with my name on it there and I really want it bad!!!! I was 2 weeks shy of my black belt test before I ended up with emergency surgery and have been struggling ever since to get back. Now I am back to square 1 with my energy level and endurance, but I know I can get back there.

3. so far daily I am tallying up estimated calorie counts in my head at the end of the day. I am really just trying to focus on slowly getting back into logging calories, but for right now, just focusing on eating less and exercising more.

4. Consciously thinking about what I am eating, when I am eating and striving for a better balance. No food is off limits, just decreasing the amounts right now.

I feel so much better and more energized since I restarted Tuesday. So hopefully all is going well!
Keep up the great work! I would only suggest write it down AS you eat...it's too easy to forget something or to under/over estimate portion sizes.
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Here is something I am trying to keep me motivated with my workouts.

I printed off monthly calendar pages for each month between now and my WDW trip. I circled the dates

on the days I plan to exercise and as I do them I cross of the day in red to show me how close I am getting to the trip. (I just started on Saturday so only 2 days are crossed off so far.) This morning I was excited to get on the treadmill so I could cross off another day toward Disney.

I will let you all know if it keeps me motivated.
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lots of good ideas here!

I used my fitness pal one of the time I tried to get healthy and it is great. I am going to start back up this month.

The calendar is a great idea too!

Princess Vija - I like your soda/pop thoughts. I think in the past I have tried to go cold turkey and it didn't work. This time I am giving up caffeinated pop first, then moving on to the others (2 days down!). I know I will still crave it, so I may let myself have one at parties or something, but the key will be keeping it out of my house!!!
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Princess Vija - sorry I forgot to respond to your question. The Abs Diet is one created by the editor of Men's Health. Instead of what you can't eat it has a list of 12 power foods you can eat. You try to include as many of those foods as possible in you meals and snacks throughout the day. I succeeding losing weight on this before and it is the only meal plan my family does not complain about. When I did this the first time I was always satisfied and did not even count calories. They now track calories as well. I will see if it makes much difference.
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Gee whiz! All those calories sure do add up fast! A cautionary tale...

My hubby made some pancakes this morning and we had Linguine with Sundried Tomatoes and Gorgonzola for dinner. Plus, we split a Subway sandwich for lunch. Now, when I tracked everything (and I do mean EVERYTHING!), I found that including things like a pat of margarine for the pancakes, a Tbsp of real Maple syrup, the "low fat" dressing and "easy on the cheese" used on the Subway sandwich oil used for cooking the garlic for the linguine--all that stuff amounted to another 340 calories. I hadn't exceeded my calories in 7 days, and I'm under for the past five days at around the same number I am over today, so it's all good. For one day!

I share this mostly to underscore the importance of tracking everything. Mentally, I thought I was on track to eat about 1100 or 1200 calories for the day. Adding in the rest of the stuff (like the oil in the sundried tomatoes), I was actually at 1604. Too many days of that, and I'd be in trouble. I couldn't exercise today, so that isn't helping matters. If I did my usual, I'd do be "over" by only about 100, which is a heck of a lot better than the 306 over that is staring me in the face right now. So, no dessert tonight, that's for sure!

Hope everyone is having a great day today!
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Hey Vija! Glad to see you back!

I am perpetually "starting over." Its a curse! I get really focused and then life happens and I lose my way. I have not lost any weight in about 6 months despite my efforts, which is so frustrating. I went to the doc last week thinking there was something up, but alas all systems are working fine. My BP was slightly elevated as was my cholesterol, but neither was high enough to worry about at this point. All the rest of the blood work was normal. The urine test hasnt come back yet, but I doubt they will find anything. My body is just being stubborn.

So here I am "starting over" again. But at least this time I am on a roll tracking with myfitnesspal and I am wrapping up C25K training, so I am not starting from square one.
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So here I am "starting over" again. But at least this time I am on a roll tracking with myfitnesspal and I am wrapping up C25K training, so I am not starting from square one.
I am sorry you are at a plateau at this point great job wrapping up the training! Are you going to do a race?

How is everyone else doing? I am doing well - no caffeine for about 4 days! I did have a sprite today, but a big step for me not being on the cokes and pepsis! I am back to tracking in myfitnesspal. I love how easy it is.

If anyone wants to friend me there, I am under the same user name!
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I am sorry you are at a plateau at this point great job wrapping up the training! Are you going to do a race?

How is everyone else doing? I am doing well - no caffeine for about 4 days! I did have a sprite today, but a big step for me not being on the cokes and pepsis! I am back to tracking in myfitnesspal. I love how easy it is.

If anyone wants to friend me there, I am under the same user name!
There is a zombie 5k about an hour from me the weekend after halloween, that I am thinking about doing. You are being chased by zombies (so you have incentive to go fast ), but there are obstacles every few feet to get over/under/through (so it breaks up the running and means I wont really have at time goal in my mind to beat myself up about afterwards since I have no idea how hard that aspect will be). I think just finishing alive will be an accomplishment!

Oh and I just friended you on fitnesspal!
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Could you use another member?

I just started back on the wagon last week in preparation of our trip in November and I would love the support of a group. I've done this weight loss thing a bunch of times and find that if I'm accountable then I'm much more likely to stay on plan. A little bit about myself: About 8 years ago I lost 50ish lbs on WW and then hit the plateau of all plateaus for about 2 years(to be honest I probably got lazy and was lucky that I just stayed the same weight). At the beginning of this year I was laidoff so I had to give up WW to cut the expense. Now 8 months later I've gained back 20lbs and I HAVE to stop the slip. One of the reasons I decided to start now was my clothes were getting to tight to zip and I actually had to go out and purchase a larger pant size. Nothing like going back to a number you PROMISED yourself that you would never hit again.

I decided to try the Atkins diet and so far I've lost 3.6lbs since Wednesday. Last week I was able to hit the gym 5 days in a row, but missed on the weekend and didn't make it there today either. Its a slippery slope and I've got to get some traction.

I'm looking forward to getting to know everyone here!
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I decided to try the Atkins diet and so far I've lost 3.6lbs since Wednesday. Last week I was able to hit the gym 5 days in a row, but missed on the weekend and didn't make it there today either. Its a slippery slope and I've got to get some traction.
Great job on the weight loss so far! I am so bad at committing to an exercise plan. I am trying to at least just do some brisk walking if I can't get a "full" workout!

Raenstoirm - the zombie 5k sounds like fun! I think I have heard of one of those by me, I will have to check it out for next year!

I am doing pretty well. No pop (excluding one sprite) in a week! That is huge for me. Really focusing on watching my calories, eating lots of protein etc. Just have to keep it up!
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Greetings all! Had a teeny, tiny, but not unexpected set back this week...as of my official weigh in this morning I was up .6....but I was at Food and Wine Fest this past weekend, and thoroughly enjoyed myself, so it's really not a big issue for me.

The thing is, I promised myself that I would get back into working out when I came back from WDW. I had given myself a few weeks to adjust to eating better before I started my fitness routine, but now that the time has come....I just don't want to. I know the hardest part is just...starting. Any good ideas for motivation?
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Last week I was able to hit the gym 5 days in a row, but missed on the weekend and didn't make it there today either. Its a slippery slope and I've got to get some traction.
I totally get that slippery slope thing! I told myself I have to go to the the gym 5 days a week (starting on monday). I hate the gym on weekends (too crowded), so that is incentive to go after work every day. If I miss a tuesday, I have to go on saturday and that is just not fun!
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