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April 6-12 Journal Entries

Tuesday, April 08, 2008

**Warning, this is not an exciting post. Proceed at your own risk of falling asleep to numbers and a bit too much self examination**

April 6-April 12

Goals for this week:
-Stay a calorie burner each day even if its just a little bit (let's try this again)
-At least 5 fruits or veggies each day (again, lets go for 7/7)
-Get the house clean and organized by Saturday night

Things I did well this week:
-Calorie burner again, yay
-6/7 veggies/fruits (can't complain too bad)
-House got clean

Things I could do better next week:
-Saturday morning I felt awful, need to have a little bit more in me than a gardenburger and salad when drinking.
-Ate a lot of crap food this weekend. Need to remember that hamburger and tots is NOT going to help me feel better (just worse). What I was craving was salad and soup, not grease.
-Need to figure out why I had my best week ever and I'm up 2-3 lbs. Am I not eating enough or was it just a rough weekend?

Calorie deficit so far = 6582 (best week yet!!!)

4/12/08
BMR + Calories Burned = (1703 + 847) = (2550)
Calories Consumed = 1483, 19% protein, 38% carbs, 43% fat
Calorie Deficit = (1067)
H20 intake = 9 cups
Sodium = 5935 mg
Fruits/Veggies = 3 servings
Hours of Sleep = 6 hours
General Mood/Notes = Ugh, little too much last night. Oh well! Had a good day after the headache left.
Rating today = A-
Weight= 189.2


4/11/08
BMR + Calories Burned = (1703 + 882) = (2585)
Calories Consumed = 1662, 26% protein, 61% carbs, 13% fat
Calorie Deficit = (923)
H20 intake = 10 cups
Sodium = 4860 mg
Fruits/Veggies = 6 servings
Hours of Sleep = 8 hours
General Mood/Notes = Friday fun day, yay!
Rating today = A
Weight= 191.0

4/10/08
BMR + Calories Burned = (1703 + 801) = (2504)
Calories Consumed = 1322, % protein, % carbs, % fat
Calorie Deficit = (1182)
H20 intake = 12 cups
Sodium = 1513 mg
Fruits/Veggies = 5 servings
Hours of Sleep = 7 hours
General Mood/Notes = Feel a little icky from greasy food, but looking forward to a good day
Rating today = B
Weight= 192

4/9/08
BMR + Calories Burned = (1703 + 0) = (0)
Calories Consumed = 1651, 13% protein, 48% carbs, 39% fat
Calorie Deficit = (52) hehe!
H20 intake = 8 cups
Sodium = 5796 mg
Fruits/Veggies = 5 servings
Hours of Sleep = 7 hours
General Mood/Notes = I am totally pleased with my new low weight, but why do I feel bloated? Heh. Today is either running day or my day off depending on the rain, and tomorrow will be what I didn't do today.
Rating today = A
Weight= 191.2 (I love it!)

4/8/08
BMR + Calories Burned = (1703 + 754) = (2457)
Calories Consumed = 1662, 23% protein, 49% carbs, 28% fat
Calorie Deficit = (795)
H20 intake = 9 cups
Sodium = 2597 mg
Fruits/Veggies = 5 servings
Hours of Sleep = 7 hours
General Mood/Notes = Lots more stuff to do today! I decided to eat a bigger lunch because I've noticed the last 2 days are under my range. Yay mexican food!
Rating today = A
Weight= 192.4 (average of 192.0 and 192.8 :P getting lower!)

4/7/08
BMR + Calories Burned = (1703 + 900) = (2603)
Calories Consumed =1292 , 18% protein, 55% carbs, 27% fat
Calorie Deficit = (1311)
H20 intake = 8 cups
Sodium = 2634 mg
Fruits/Veggies = 7 servings (so much aspargus!)
Hours of Sleep = 7 hours
General Mood/Notes = Pretty good Monday, was busy, had awesome food all day and watch a bunch of Battlestar! :)
Rating today = A
Weight= 193.0 (ok, there we go!)

4/6/08
BMR + Calories Burned = (1703 + 867) = (2570)
Calories Consumed =1266 , 18% protein, 55% carbs, 27% fat
Calorie Deficit = (1304)
H20 intake = 10 cups
Sodium = 4216 mg
Fruits/Veggies = 10 servings
Hours of Sleep = 8 hours
General Mood/Notes = Got lots of good work done today! Plus I found some new clothes to wear cleaning out my closet!
Rating today = A
Weight= 194.4 (bouncy bouncy up...oh well)
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