August 2006 Weddings
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(#) - Monday check-in

So what are everybody's goals for the week? I think setting short-term goals is really helpful. My food goal this week is to focus on getting my 5 servings of fruits/veggies every day. I want to try to focus on improving one food habit per week. My exercise goal this week is to swim everyday, even if it's only for 10 laps like this morning. (I didn't sleep well and was completely exhausted.)  I'm planning to increase a little bit each morning.

B: milk with instant breakfast, banana

S: yogurt, granola, berries

L: leftover meatballs, saltines, green pepper slices

S: string cheese, clementines

D: leftover veggie lasana. I made this recipe last night, and it was delicious. The goat cheese makes it rich and creamy without actually using that much cheese.

 

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Little Bridey Twist, begging for a bowl of Chobani. Just like in the orphanages of yore.

Re: (#) - Monday check-in

  • Setting short-term goals is a good idea -- less overwhelming.

    I have a busy week ahead, work-wise, and a lot going on. Am planning on focusing on running and getting at least midway through week 4 of C to 5k.

    B: oatmeal

    L: brown rice, morningstar burger

    S: grapefruit, carrots, celery

    D: baked chicken & veggies

  • My goal for this week is to exercise every day.  Later today, I'm going to go for a good long walk, then tomorrow I'll go into week 3 of couch to 5k.

    Foodwise, it's just more portion control and trying to eat better.  My husband took a pot roast out of the freezer, so that will be dinner at least a couple nights this week. 

    B: yogurt and a banana

    L: probably soup...maybe pita and hummus, it depends what I feel like

    D: potroast

    Snacks: kiwi, crackers and cheese, I think

  • Didn't work out last night, but I can take a day off now and then!

    B: Nutrigrain Eggo Waffles and 2 Morngingstar Sausage links

    L: Michelina's fettucine alfredo, roll

    S: V8

    D: Pasta with zucchini

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  • My goal is to work out five times this week.  I did it two weeks ago, then last week with the inauguration and funeral, i got totally off track.

    b: oatmeal, flax, skim milk

    l: pizza (SO GOOD, haven't had any in weeks), grapes

    s: apple

    d: chicken tamale pie, broccoli

    Heading to the gym after work, gonna walk and lift.

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