Good job, Pebbles!
Good job, Pebbles!
Even if you went higher, that's probably fine. 1800-2000 would be closer to "maintenance" for you, I'd imagine, unless you're working out. And you made it!
Is the pre-observation meeting something one would wish you luck for? Good luck!
I ate 2100 cals yesterday. Damn nut butters!
Good luck at the meeting and with everything else. You need a hug so I'm sending you one.
sorry things are rough with the hubs. This too shall pass though (as a single person saying that knows nothing of marriage). Look at you conquering your demons. Nut butters?? Beats the alternative. [B][I][U]Be[/U][/I][/B] the NIKE commercial!!
I agree that nut butters are better than the alternative. My almond butter is gone and I did not buy more. It's not worth the pain it causes in my knee :(
Go for it Pebbles! I hope your meeting is a huge success!
I am proud of you for picking a very challenging time to do a W30. It is tough, with parents, family, and just the general stress of the season. Add in a review and you are a super woman!
I guess I am doing a Whole 30, except I am using stevia for now. I am struggling with a bunch of things at the moment, so I am giving myself some room to layer in changes. Good for you on going for it wholeheartedly.
Wow. I don't want to speak too soon, but I feel awesome today. I think I actually got a good night's sleep for once. Amazing because I was in my son's bed.
My pre observation conference went well. The only weird thing was that in order to reach the highest level "Distinguished" teacher the criteria is that the students have huge input in creating the lessons and assessments. If I let my students make up the tests, they would be too easy. So I guess I am not distinguished in that way. lol
Distinguished as an idiot perhaps. As I recall I had some students who would fail a test if the most challenging question was, "What is your name?" I really would shudder to see a student made test. Knowing my students the essay would be a compare/contrast between East Coast and West Coast rap.
I had a teacher do that in chemistry. Each kid had to put together a test and turn ti in as homework, complete with an answer sheet. The teacher took the most difficult questions from each kid, plus several of his own (and Tuttle tests were not known for being easy) and pieced it into a final exam. I honestly didn't think you could have that many essay questions on a chem test.