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Feb. 19, 2015 -

Thursday, February 19, 2015

I'm sitting here and gosh darn if I don't have another huge chunk of calories to try to eat somehow yet again! I know this is the result of poor planning on my part but I'm totally at a loss as to what I should be eating that won't totally kill my sodium intake levels.

I could just follow the meal plans that SP has set up for me, but I'll be honest. I don't like most of the stuff they suggest! I'm not keen on a lot of beans (texture issues, my tongue is a texture terrorist), I'm not fond of cottage cheese, and I'm not a big salad person. The thing is, if I go through and customize meals that I like from them I end up with like.. 3 meals that I'd be eating over and over again. I know that's an option, but goodness. What a boring option!

My taste buds make this a big pain in the patookus, too. emoticon I don't know why I'm so picky.

Aside from that, today was alright, although I didn't get up in time to do a workout before work. My supervisor asked me to come in early today which is partially to blame, but I also probably stayed up too late last night, too. It's funny that when I was a kid I thought regular bedtime was a snore (pun.. intended?) But now that I'm almost 30 I'm like, "Man, I should really set a serious bedtime and abide by it."

Ah well. I did do a little bit of step cardio for about 10 minutes after dinner. It's not great to exercise this late, I know, but when you work til 8pm it gets a bit tricky.

Short blog cause there isn't much to talk about today, really! Tomorrow is a shorter work day at least, and I have Saturday off, so I'm going to try and bribe someone to take the dogs out with me for a nice walk. We have three dogs.



and Sophie:

Believe it or not, Lily is the youngest. And Sophie's the one who TUGS the most, for being such a little dog! It's really not safe for me to walk all three of them at once, but they cry like they're dying if you only take one at a time, the big babies. I can't help but love them though. :)

I hope you guys have a great night's sleep and a beautiful morning! emoticon

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    Your fur babies are beautiful!

    If you don't like salads don't eat them, eat frozen veggies or raw veggies and dip. Eat the foods you know you will eat and enjoy. I find smoothies are a great way to get in extra veggies and protein and taste good.

    1757 days ago
    Loved your blog! Your fur babies are adorable! I have a suggestion about changing your diets up some! For instance, I absolutely HATED cottage cheese growing up. My sister told me to add some fruit to it! I prefer the canned peaches in 100% juice, or even mixed fruit in pear juice! Give it a try! I also top my cottage cheese and fruit with roasted sunflower seeds! It makes it taste so much better. You may also try some tuna on whole wheat bread with some lettuce, tomato and some sort of cheese which is also very satisfying. Hoping this adds some substance to your meal planning! :)
    1757 days ago
    I have quite the opposite problem...I like EVERYTHING! LOL

    I totally understand about the bedtime. I never use to take naps, but I almost require them on the weekends now that I am older...and I look forward to bedtime emoticon

    Your Doggies are so adorable emoticon

    1757 days ago

    I'm in the same boat calorie wise. I can do pretty okay but then I work out and I end up with 1,000 calories left fofr the day. I'm at the point where I'm allowing myself a treat during the day and not feel guilty when I want a piece of candy.

    You just gotta find foods that you like and healthy foods, that you can combine into a dish that you do like.

    And I definitely have a set bed time (10 PM, cause I'm old), and I feel more tired when I don't abide by it, especially on the weekends.
    1757 days ago
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