Robin, I posted a new weight a couple days ago, but that was to revise it upward by a pound and a half. I am back to losing--just hadn't changed my weight for a while.
Nobe, you're doing a fine job.
Good call on eating mango instead of dessert. Kudos on the pre-logging. "...barring some kind of pastry incident"
My DH found new, inexpensive faux fruit turnovers. They are incredibly flaky and delicious (I know because I had one on a cheat several weeks ago) and just one has more than my whole day's carb allowance. I'm going to ask him to put those in a place where I won't see them.
Boo, feel better soon! I'm no expert, but I'd think with all that cardio and exercise, you very well may need more calories. Why not just revise your calorie goal now? Nothing wrong with changing a goal before the week is up. You've done a marvelous job this week. Way to go! Great job on the accountability, too.
Jenn, wishing you a better day today. Major, major kudos on being down 10 lbs. on the scale! Way to go!!!!!
Donna, kudos on your fantastic day yesterday and on eating your veggies.
Cassie, great job yesterday on eating as planned. Baby steps and breaking even on calories consumed and burned are quite admirable on days that are challenging. So take a bow for how well you did under the circumstances. You get a BIDIA
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Tori, kudos on your successes so far this week, especially on the no fried foods goal. I have made delicious chicken parm in the oven, too.
For just plain, uncoated, baked chicken breasts or thighs, I simply spray each piece on both sides with butter flavored no-stick cooking spray, salt substitute, onion powder, and pepper, and bake on a pre-heated baking sheet. The skin still gets nicely browned without frying.
Darlene, we change our clocks this weekend, too. Thanks for your encouragement on my pretty green week.
Yours is even better than mine! Congratulations on all your hard work! My baked chicken parm is just boneless skinless chicken breast strips (tenderloins) dredged first in mayo (I use ranch dressing) and then dredged in parmesan cheese--no breading.
Simon, congrats on gaining control over the ice cream.