YEA I did it! I am under 200!
Like I said yesterday this was quite a shocker for me because I felt like I ate like crap all week. Then I sat back and said well I did great each day until dinner. I had either a protein shake or bar for breakfast. Then I had a salad with grilled chicken 4 days. One day I had about 1/2 cup of pasta at the child care center in addition to the salad and on the other day I had 1 hot dog and 2 onion rings. However I blew it at dinner:
Monday – we had a chicken casserole dish
Tuesday – Pizza
Wednesday – Subway
Thursday – Pad Thai (that was gross).
Friday – nothing.
Yesterday: I had Chick-fil-a Grilled Chicken Sandwich, a small fry and a coke and then for dinner Marie made an amazing chicken parmsean, with baked potato, green beans and asparagus (that I actually liked). I also had a small portion of chocolate cake.
Today: I had an in and out burger with a few fries for lunch (yea Tim is home and it was his choice). For dinner we had a Mom’s Night Out at church. They served pizza and salad. I had probably the equivalent of 2 slices of veggie pizza (they were cut in tiny squares). I had some salad and one cookie.
Overall I feel like I had a crappy week. I felt horrible, Tim was gone (read Olivia and I slept like crud), and I am still trying to adjust to work. I planned meals that required WAY to much work thus I ate out. This week I planned not amazingly healthy meals but they require very little work so at least I will eat at home.
Steps for the week.
Tuesday – 8507
Wednesday – 10730
Thursday – 12885
Friday – 9938
Sunday – 5333
Overall not so bad this week. I don’t think I will hit my goal of 310,000 steps for the month because I would have to go over 13,600 a day for the rest of the month. If I ever get over this sinus junk then I will hit the gym again. It has been two weeks of blah and I need to get to feeling better.
I will try to post regularly this week, but I make no promises. As it is week # 2 without Tim and a very full work week still feeling all stuffed up. I pray a big storm comes through and knocks out the inversion.