Day 155, February 3rd

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I had a crazy day today, but I jumped through the hoops and leaped the hurdles and I am here to post. Olivia is also finally asleep at 10:45.

Drink at least 64 oz of water, but shooting for 80 oz.  100+ oz!!!

Steps: minimum goal 8750 steps a day, striving for 10,000.  Today I hit the mark 12,120 steps!

Food tracking: breakfast – I woke up late, really late… I shut off my alarm and so I grabbed a cheese stick on my way out the door.  For lunch I had planned to have leftovers of last nights dinner, but I got home on my lunch break and guess what no power…UGH!  I made a ham and cheese sandwich.  I was also going to start the chicken noodle soup in the croc pot, but again no power.  I am proud of myself though I came home and made it at 8:30 after my meeting.

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It was soo worth it, best chicken noodle soup I ever made.  I ate 4 whole bowls of it granted these aren’t big bowls, but it was so yummy!

Workouts: not today

And as you can see I posted today; Tim is gone and I made it through this exhausting day.  Marie was so gracious to invite me to dinner tomorrow so I won’t have to cook 🙂  Also the roof of our living room is supposed to be fixed tomorrow which is great since it has needed it since late November.

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2 thoughts on “Day 155, February 3rd

    • I shredded a rotisserie chicken from Wal-mart. Diced up 3-4 carrots, 3 stalks of celery, and 1 onion. Pressed 3-4 gloves of garlic. Half a bag of slightly under-cooked wide egg noodles. 2 cans chicken broth, a little butter, and some fresh rosemary and thyme. I sautéed the veggies for a couple minutes and then I added in the cans of chicken broth with some water. Bring to a boil for 5- 10 minutes. Add Chicken, rosemary, thyme, lemon pepper seasoning to taste. Boil another 5-10 minutes. Then I add in the egg noodles. If you choose to not cook the egg noodles first then you’ll need to add more water and let them cook in with it. Hope this is explains it enough. (I did all the prep work the night before.)

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