115 is my ideal weight, but more importantly I want to get control of my eating. I'm now 120 and look a little chubby for my small size and frame.
Long.term goal: Develop a healthy relationship w. food--one where I don't base my day around my meals and succumb to binges.
Short.term goal: Return to a healthy lifestyle after a summer of less than stellar health choices...
Open House this afternoon and evening at work. My least favorite day of the year. I'd rather get a pap smear. Or watch the Power Rangers. Ugh. I'll be leaving around 8 and home something after 22.30 tonight after talking to prospective students and their parents all day and evening. I will place a nice bottle of red and two glasses out on the counter as a mental visual of what is awaiting us at the end of this painful and seemingly never-ending rainbow. (How's that for dramatics :)? )
Update: I'll be home in FOUR MORE HOURS.
Thoughts on food: Instead of eating the candy or cake that was throughout the school last evening, I held out, thinking about my good wine and eating something healthy at home. Because I felt stressed/tired/grumpy, I almost bent my will and ate some, but nevertheless prevailed! I also need to remember that most of the time seconds are unnecessary. Because there was still such a long line at the buffet table during out dinner break, I didn't go back up for more food (even though I had initially said I was going to). Lesson learned: WAIT twenty minutes. If I am still hungry after that amount of time then I can get something more to eat. However most likely I will not be!
60 min dvd (P90X Plyometrics)
20 min walk home
(And feet almost all day and night!)
2 slices ww bread w. almond butter
2 slices ww bread w. mustard + cuc
1 "juice box" almond mulk (94cal)
1 mini bag dried fruit
Lg plate w. mix of: salad, celery, tomato, cuc, ylllw pepper, fennel, baby shrimp, black olives, baby pickles
2.5 glasses red wine
18.00: (@ school)
Sm chunk ww baguette
Veg option: 2 thin courgette halves w. veggies + tiny bit chs