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Old 04-27-2013, 05:24 PM   #436
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Good afternoon everyone! I missed the last couple days because of being crazy busy. I've been doing so much planning and IEPs and midterm grades at work that I've barely had time to look at anything else. DSs have a new schedule with soccer and it's keeping us busy. DS6 has games every Saturday at 10:30 and DS9 has games at noon. So, we spent 3 hours at the soccer fields today. At least it was 70 degrees I did some grocery shopping also today. I bought lots of veggies and fruits.

I'm glad to see everyone is still chugging along. Pamela~Whoohoo on Disney!!! I'm sure it'll be a great way to spend some time with DD before she's off to college. Rose~congrats on your half. It doesn't matter how fast or slow you run, at least you're out there doing it! And, congrats to everyone else for all the successes!

Okay, I'm off to get DSs to shower so we can watch a movie tonight. I'll be finalizing my midterms and working on IEP progress reports as well. Enjoy the weekend.

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Good morning! Still no sleep at my house. Everybody is getting a little cranky.

How about a question of the day.

This may have been asked and answered, but it is something I need to think about, so please forgive me if it's a repeat.

QOTD Sunday, April 28
What has been your biggest challenge this month (year) in terms of reaching your goals and how do you plan to address it in May?


Helen--that's crazy about the cheez-its!
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QOTD: Hardest thing was just getting an official starting date to reach goal, kept putting it off..birthdays, travel, holidays, everything seemed to sabotage it, even sickness...For May I am battling a lot of travel so I have to make sure I get my exercise in on those 8 hour driving days and choose the right foods....I have found almonds are a good option for me, I just can't eat through them like I can cashews or peanuts!

Do we weigh on April 30th or May 1st? I set my goals to go April 6 to May 6 because I started officially on the 6th of April...if the thread is still 'live' by May 6th I'd love to report my loss then!

Rough day yesterday! Have not had menstrual cramps that bad since I was 15...I have gone 4 days without a Diet Dr. Pepper...that is probably the hardest challenge for May with all that travel, I rely on DDP caffeine to keep me driving!!

Let's hope everyone makes these last three days of April a losing adventure!!
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QOTD......my hardest challenge is still to come!!! On 30th May I go away to a conference for a week. I am in a hotel with no cooking facilities, and breakfast and dinner each day are provided..I have to sort my own lunch. I'm already stressing about what healthy choices I'll be able to make.......breakfast will be a full english (sausage, bacon, eggs, mushrooms, tomatoes, toast) and the evening meals are 3 course. I am truly expecting to put on about 7lbs in the week as there are no low fat options available. No fridge in my room either, so I can't take any yoghurts or anything with me.

There are also 2 parties I must attend during the week, which will both involve food and alcohol (although I have no problem saying no to that). I'm hoping that, as the location is in Plymouth, Devon I'll be able to fit in some walking/jogging along the coast early in the morning as I'm generally up for about 6:00 when I'm away from home.

Just got to do the best I can with what I'm given that week....I'm going on the train, so no prospect of taking much with me, it's bad enough coping with a weeks worth of clothes and shoes on my own, let along food too. I'm hoping I can buy some fruit every couple of days to help with my snack attacks!!!!
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QOTD--my biggest challenge--myself and my lack of consistency. I set myself up for failure by not planning ahead. If I have a plan, I usually do pretty well. No plan, not so good. That's when the stress eating, etc kind of takes over.

We have not let the dog sleep at all today. He is exhausted. Sounds cruel, but the vet said she thinks his clock needs reset, so we have made sure he has stayed awake all day. Fingers crossed it works. I really need some sleep.
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QOTD Sunday, April 28
What has been your biggest challenge this month (year) in terms of reaching your goals and how do you plan to address it in May?
My biggest challenge is eating. I've been doing so well this month because I've been planning and tracking. However, I overdid the carbs yesterday and today so I need to regroup...asap!


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We have not let the dog sleep at all today. He is exhausted. Sounds cruel, but the vet said she thinks his clock needs reset, so we have made sure he has stayed awake all day. Fingers crossed it works. I really need some sleep.
Omgsh~I hope you get sleep! I have no idea how you kept your dog awake all day. That must have exhausted the dog and you too!

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Hey all! Just wanted to do a quick check in. I do not have school tomorrow It's a snow day build into the calendar and we didn't have any snow days, so we get the day off. Sundays aren't too shabby when you don't have to work on Mondays

I am spending my night watching a girl flick that DH wouldn't care about watching. I'll also be stalking Pinterest. Not for anything specific, but once I get on there, hours go past! It's so addicting.

Anyhow, I'm going to run. I hope everyone enjoyed the weekend.

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Old 04-28-2013, 08:55 PM   #442
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OMG I just realized the Everest challenge is this coming weekend while we are at Disney
DAMN it may have been my one chance to run a Disney race....
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Old 04-29-2013, 06:22 AM   #443
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Good morning all! Sorry, I have been MIA. I overdid it with eating, yes I did, so time to come back here with my tail between my legs and get back on it.

To answer the QOTD for Sunday....EATING and Menu planning. I get SOOO sick of food, planning what to eat, shopping for it, cooking and then cleaning it all up, so I get weak and go get fast food.

Not sure how I am going to tackle this issue for May. I really struggle with it.
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Old 04-29-2013, 06:51 AM   #444
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No barking or crying at my house last night. It was awesome. We'll see what happens tonight.

QOTD Monday, April 29, 2013
There have been lots of new studies coming out about red meat and how it is not so great for you. Have you explored any alternative (plant based) protein sources, and if so what is your favorite?


MM--I totally get it. I would probably eat at home most of the time anyhow, but I do miss eating out. It is too much work now, and not worth risking gluten for the choices that are out there. I try to remind myself that what I cook usually tastes better AND we are saving a ton of money by not eating out. That is one of the reasons we are able to go to wdw more frequently now.

BBL (at least that's the plan) to answer the qotd. I made a lentil curry yesterday that was amazing! I will try to find the link for it. It was really easy to. It came together in about 15 minutes, and then the rice had to cook and it had to simmer. I bet if you don't do rice that it would have tasted great over mashed cauliflower....

Have a great Monday. I have work, the gym, and a contractor is coming to look at our roof.
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Good morning! Still no sleep at my house. Everybody is getting a little cranky.

How about a question of the day.

This may have been asked and answered, but it is something I need to think about, so please forgive me if it's a repeat.

QOTD Sunday, April 28
What has been your biggest challenge this month (year) in terms of reaching your goals and how do you plan to address it in May?


Helen--that's crazy about the cheez-its!
I need to stop self sabotaging myself -- stay on plan, add in excersise so I can get into those cute summer dresses I want to.. for May I am going to stay in my carb range 20-25, no matter how hard it seems..

Well I don't know what is going on with my body - well I sort of do but these past 7 days have been CRAZY - according to my scales today I am up 3.8 from my starting point .. my weigh ins look like this starting with last monday
4/22 159.1
4/23 161
4/24 162.2
4/25 168.8
4/26 162.8
4/27 166.2
4/28 163.8
4/29 - today 166.9 ... OMG I think my portions sizes are off and i've been eating a few items with breading and some low carb wraps.. so while my weight it wacky my blood sugar is still GREAT about 120ish (a few 130s a few 110s) so back on plan with under 25 carbs trying to stay around 20 really with weighing and measuring everything in!! Of course I should add in some excersise too but we'll see.. I am soo lazy about that.. I should be better since the weather this week in Maine is supposed to be Awesome finally..

I'll submit my final weigh in tomorrow.. good bad or ugly (likely the later)

be back later at lunch to check in with you all! Happy Monday
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I had a great race today! It was my second slowest time ever, but all in all I felt really good about it. The weather was great (50s and overcast). I had been doing walk breaks, but had decided to just run this one nice and slow and steady without the breaks and see how it went. I did walk at the water stops--otherwise I tend to get water up my nose. haha. Anyhow, at the half way point we were averaging an 11:28 mile and ended up with an overall average of ~11:19 mile. We passed so many people during the last mile which was nice for a change.

I have not felt good about a race in so long. I seriously thought this might be it for me. It was really great to just run and not worry about the beeps for walk breaks, or getting a pr, etc. I do feel a bit beat up and my itband was talking at the end, but all in all feeling pretty good. I think getting that massage last week was the best thing I have done in so long. I go back in about a week for another one. Hopefully the back will cooperate this week.

The vet told us to try benadryl for the dog tonight. Then if that doesn't work they are going to give us a prescription for something.

Tomorrow the plan is to meal plan and get back on track.

Have a great Saturday!
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I've been struggling hard to get back to my maintenance range and it didn't seem to matter how hard I tried (food and/or exercise wise), I STILL wasn't getting there. I finally had a good loss last week, got to the top of my maintenance range for Friday's weigh-in.... and then had a TERRIBLE eating weekend. Despite being there for a WW event and 3 lunches and 1 dinner provided by the company, it was still difficult to make the best choices! NOTHING has PointsPlus values with it! That being said, there was plenty of fresh fruit provided most of the time, so that was helpful. I am hoping that with a GREAT week ahead I will maintain this week and can work HARD (with extra exercise, less carbs, etc) to lose in May before my trip to Disney!

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No barking or crying at my house last night. It was awesome. We'll see what happens tonight.

YEAHH!!

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There have been lots of new studies coming out about red meat and how it is not so great for you. Have you explored any alternative (plant based) protein sources, and if so what is your favorite?



I love beans! I like black beans and kidney beans and pinto beans and white beans and Great Northern Beans and Jacob's cattle beans and chick peas! I like them in soups and stews and salads and as refried beans and baked beans. Unfortunately I have a family that is not so fond, so I don't make them terribly often for dinner.

For non-meat proteins for the family I stick with things like eggs, cheese, hummus, tofu, yogurt. I realize that the dairy isn't plant based, but when trying to get a meal on the table for a Weight Watcher, an Atkins follower, a picky teen with food allergies, and another teen who is a non-pescatarian, it is TOUGH and I have to make compromises to what I might otherwise like to make.

That being said, I did manage to get in two meatless dinners last week.... veggie egg pie one night and vegetable soup and grilled cheese another night. Nothing too fancy, but it worked.


BBL (at least that's the plan) to answer the qotd. I made a lentil curry yesterday that was amazing! I will try to find the link for it. It was really easy to. It came together in about 15 minutes, and then the rice had to cook and it had to simmer. I bet if you don't do rice that it would have tasted great over mashed cauliflower....

RECIPE???

Have a great Monday. I have work, the gym, and a contractor is coming to look at our roof.
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Happy Monday friends! I am back from an EXHAUSTING weekend of training. How is it that sitting and learning can be so tiring?? Felt like GARBAGE last night and didn't have the energy to sit here and chat! (I think it was a post-stress reaction, honestly.) Feeling a bit better today, but have SO MUCH to do, so I can't hang around long.

Yes, I will find out today if I get the nod and get invited to continue my work to be a WW Leader. I really can't tell you how I am feeling about this. I think it went "okay" but I didn't do outstanding. Not sure exactly what they were looking for, so truly not sure what my answer will be today. If I get a no, I'm not sure if they offer any other job (like receptionist) or more training (??) or just a "thanks but no thanks."

On another note, if you remember I asked for prayers a few weeks ago for an uncle who had a heart attack. He passed peacefully over the weekend, so I'll be away part of this week to MA for the funeral. Will do it all in one day so the kids don't have to miss too much school.

On a lighter note..... DD FINALLY made her college decision!! She is officially going to be part of Roger Williams University, Class of 2017!! She wore her RWU shirt to school today as part of her "announcement".

Off to catch up on housework, laundry, housework, etc! BBL to chat.........P
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I had a great race today! It was my second slowest time ever, but all in all I felt really good about it. The weather was great (50s and overcast). I had been doing walk breaks, but had decided to just run this one nice and slow and steady without the breaks and see how it went. I did walk at the water stops--otherwise I tend to get water up my nose. haha. Anyhow, at the half way point we were averaging an 11:28 mile and ended up with an overall average of ~11:19 mile. We passed so many people during the last mile which was nice for a change.

I have not felt good about a race in so long. I seriously thought this might be it for me. It was really great to just run and not worry about the beeps for walk breaks, or getting a pr, etc. I do feel a bit beat up and my itband was talking at the end, but all in all feeling pretty good. I think getting that massage last week was the best thing I have done in so long. I go back in about a week for another one. Hopefully the back will cooperate this week.

The vet told us to try benadryl for the dog tonight. Then if that doesn't work they are going to give us a prescription for something.

Tomorrow the plan is to meal plan and get back on track.

Have a great Saturday!

That is an GREAT time Rose! And really who cares? The point is you started and finished.
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Good morning! Still no sleep at my house. Everybody is getting a little cranky.

How about a question of the day.

This may have been asked and answered, but it is something I need to think about, so please forgive me if it's a repeat.

QOTD Sunday, April 28
What has been your biggest challenge this month (year) in terms of reaching your goals and how do you plan to address it in May?


No doubt, the eating. There are just some days, usually on the weekend, where I just say the heck with it, I worked hard all week so ideserve a break. I need to get out of that mindset. it took me all this time to gain the weight, so it's going to take some time to lose it. And without the right attitude EVERY day, I'll be stuck just this side of my goal weight and never get there. Of course it will be a challenge in Italy!
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We have not let the dog sleep at all today. He is exhausted. Sounds cruel, but the vet said she thinks his clock needs reset, so we have made sure he has stayed awake all day. Fingers crossed it works. I really need some sleep.
I've done that with the Wonder Mutt too. The challenge is keeping at it for a couple of days until their clock resets.

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Yes, I will find out today if I get the nod and get invited to continue my work to be a WW Leader. I really can't tell you how I am feeling about this. I think it went "okay" but I didn't do outstanding. Not sure exactly what they were looking for, so truly not sure what my answer will be today. If I get a no, I'm not sure if they offer any other job (like receptionist) or more training (??) or just a "thanks but no thanks."

Keeping my fingers crossed for you!

On another note, if you remember I asked for prayers a few weeks ago for an uncle who had a heart attack. He passed peacefully over the weekend, so I'll be away part of this week to MA for the funeral. Will do it all in one day so the kids don't have to miss too much school.

Hugs and prayers to you and your family.

On a lighter note..... DD FINALLY made her college decision!! She is officially going to be part of Roger Williams University, Class of 2017!! She wore her RWU shirt to school today as part of her "announcement".

Yay!!!
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Had my phone call and got the and was offered a "Leader" role with WW!! woohoo.... I think. Now I'm getting nervous about the commitment of a "real" job, after all these years of the flexibility of subbing! Actually, the timing will be great. I should be able to do some Leader subbing this spring and over the summer before I have to commit to leading my own meetings this fall. By then DD will be away and my schedule will be exponentially lighter!

I was careful to read our "internet policy" and such to make sure that my participation in these threads was still okay. It seems like as long as I publicly acknowledge my role with WW and I state that my opinion is JUST THAT...."MY OPINION" and not the opinion of WW, I will be all set!

Off to finish raking the front yard..... great exercise, but two blisters already!......P
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QOTD Monday, April 29, 2013
There have been lots of new studies coming out about red meat and how it is not so great for you. Have you explored any alternative (plant based) protein sources, and if so what is your favorite?


I think I may have told you before that I have some texture issues with eating. I can't stand anything like tofu or quorn, the texture reminds me of mushrooms, which I hate. I'm quite happy to eat things made with smushed beans though, Had some really lovely bean-burger type things over the years, and sometimes buy them from the supermarket as a part of the normal weekly shop.


Good to see the thread for May is already there, looking forward to another month with you guys for support. Think I may well volunteer to coach again for a week if you'll have me.
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I think I may have told you before that I have some texture issues with eating. I can't stand anything like tofu or quorn, the texture reminds me of mushrooms, which I hate. I'm quite happy to eat things made with smushed beans though, Had some really lovely bean-burger type thigs over the years.

DD has food texture issues as well (especially regarding beans ). I get it, but wish she would eat beans! She doesn't care for "creamy" things either like cream cheese.

Good to see the thread for May is already there, looking forward to another month with you guys for support. Think I may well volunteer to coach again for a week if you'll have me.
We would be HONORED to have you!! ...................P
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