Sunday, November 7, 2010

Weekend Update

Well, I've realized that the weekends do carry more temptations!
I have felt full all weekend, but I ate regardless. I guess my stomach has already gotten used to smaller portions. So my brain needs to remember that.
I really like what Ann said on her blog this weekend, about putting my our needs ahead of our wants. Definitly worth remembering.
Tomorrow is weigh in!
Have a great week!

Saturday, November 6th
Food and Beverages
Coffee with creamer
1 serving Oatmeal with bran and sweetener
2 bananas
1 slice whole wheat bread with 1 slice ham, 1 slice cheese
1 potato
1 cooked carrot
1 slice roast beef
2 cups tossed salad
2 Tbsp light dressing
1 light cereal bar
½ cup roasted peanuts, no salt
½ glass coke zero
1 orange
2 whole wheat crackers with ham and cheese
1 hot dog with mayo, ketchup and mustard
1 slice barbequed lamb

8 glasses

30 Crunches
30 Reverse Crunches
30 Bicycle Crunches
30 (Abdominal Twists) I'm doing pelvic lifts instead 
30 Push ups
30 Tricep Kickbacks
30 Hammer Curls
30 (Tricep Dips) more hammer curls

Sunday, November 7th

Food and Beverages
Coffee with creamer
4 pickles
1 olive
Barbequed chicken breast, no skin
Tomato salad, with onion, corn and palm hearts
1 bowl fruit salad, low sugar
2 thin slices of marble cake
2 oranges
1 slice of whole wheat bread cheese, tomato and sliced chicken breast
1 glass skim chocolate milk

8 glasses

40 minute walk


  1. Oh, I know all about my brain thinking it wants bigger portions when my body is actually all fed and doing good! Reprogramming! Way to go on your eating and exercising! I agree with about Ann's post. I loved reading that too! Mind over matter baby!!!
    God Bless you Casey! :) Have a great week girl.


    PS - I love your new blog look and your profile pic and description! :)

  2. Weekends are a bit harder for me, too! This weekend I made it a point to make sure I tracked EVERYTHING. So now I have some exercising to do to make up for it, but I don't feel like I did TERRIBLY. But at least I tracked what I ate. Great job at tracking what you ate, too!