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        08-25-2009, 05:46 PM
      #31
    Yearling
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    Originally Posted by tealamutt    

    Ps I love your sign in- my horse's name is D'artagnan!!
    Gah!! That's too cool! I actually just learnt that I guess I've been spelling his name 'wrong' all this time but I kind of figured they already screw his name up at shows can you imagen what annoucers would say when they read "D'artagnan" LOL and thank you so much! I've cut out all coffee and I'm trying to stick to no more than 1 soda a week and cutting back slowly. I am very bad and got home around 10:30pm last night and didn't weigh myself OR measure but I will be home no later than 8 tonight so I WILL do so tonight!

    Breakfast: 1 egg over easy with a slice of bacon(>.<) and whole wheat toast so not too horrible and a Poweraid
    Snack: none didn't need any
    Lunch: ANother bowl of salady stuffers with a poweraid
    Snack: none just ate!!
    Dinner: Don't know yet... I will be running around a lot after class at 4pm so I am hoping to get something healthy on the go... Ha! We'll see how that goes.
         
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        08-26-2009, 07:44 PM
      #32
    Yearling
    Breakfast: Bowl of cereal
    Snack: None
    Lunch: Small salade
    Snack:None
    Dinner: Nothing yet...
         
        08-26-2009, 11:05 PM
      #33
    Yearling
    Hey girl, glad to see you're keeping a food journal, that really helped me (and continues to help me) but I'm a little worried about how much you're eating. Maybe it's just been hot and you're not hungry but not eating enough/often enough can cause a major set back. Also I know I come home and WAY over eat if I let myself get too hungry between lunch and dinner. Make sure you're getting your snacks in twice a day! I know you can do this, and you're so brave for keeping yourself honest by posting to a public forum like this. You're awesome and have inspired me to really keep myself making healthy choices too!
         
        08-27-2009, 02:47 PM
      #34
    Yearling
    Quote:
    Originally Posted by tealamutt    
    Hey girl, glad to see you're keeping a food journal, that really helped me (and continues to help me) but I'm a little worried about how much you're eating. Maybe it's just been hot and you're not hungry but not eating enough/often enough can cause a major set back. Also I know I come home and WAY over eat if I let myself get too hungry between lunch and dinner. Make sure you're getting your snacks in twice a day! I know you can do this, and you're so brave for keeping yourself honest by posting to a public forum like this. You're awesome and have inspired me to really keep myself making healthy choices too!
    aaww ty you so much! This just totally made my day!! It has been really hot lately (105-110) So we haven't really been doing much so I haven't been burning many calories that need replacing. Most of the time I don't have my snacks because I have a fairly busy school scedual. I have a Ham & Cheese sandwhich on rye bread for dinner last night (YUM!) I've also been getting REALLY bad about soda >.< I was also bad and had a coffee this morning but didn't finish it and gave the rest to sed boyfriend. *sigh* like right now I should probably have a snack before my English class in an hour but I'm just not hungry. I'm thinking of going to get some flavored water though because I am thirsty from swimming LOL.

    Breakfast:Whole wheat toast sticks with syrup (only had 3) with a Dutch Bros Small coffee.
    Snack: None
    Lunch: Not time yet....

    OH and I have my Doctors appointment today at 2:45 to go over my blood work and see if that could contribute to why I seem to have such a hard time losing weight.
         
        08-29-2009, 12:30 AM
      #35
    Yearling
    So, waiting to hear how it went with the Dr. It's weird how you sort of almost hope something is out of whack so you can explain how all your hard work isn't paying off the way you hope huh? I hope everything comes back normal though, I would personally be a bit 'curvier' than have any health issues you know? I know you're going to be successful though, and before you know it you'll be complaining at all the money you have to shell out for smaller breetches!! Lol
         

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