Breakfast: black tea with cream and stevia
Lunch: 1/3 cup macadamias while I cooked the fritata ( with onion, garlic, broccoli, a little cheese melted on top, and chopped up hamburger patty)
Dinner: 2 small pork chops, kale and onion, raw red cabbage, grape tomatoes (just 3) cauliflower - one large floret. Dessert was a popsicle made from coconut water with strawberries blended in - really tasty and refreshing! The kids and DH loved them so that was cool (lol) I have been wanting to try some healthier versions for the kids.
Did less on my feet today as I am trying to rest my heel a bit. It is less painful this evening - will ice it at bed time and try to keep my standing time less tomorrow again. I hear what you are saying Sabine ... interesting thought. Not planning on fighting a virus anytime soon - but that never stopped one from dropping in uninvited huh!?
Thanks for the tips Siobhan. By the way I have always loved the name Siobhan - had a friend at school with the name and always admired it.
We have one section of the backyard all filled in and seeded and covered with hay. Now it is just a matter of lots of watering and praying that the wind doesn't get going until the seeds have taken root. The wind here can be atrocious and I don't have any way to hold the hay down over such a large area. SO here's hoping that it holds off for a couple of weeks.
Need to hit the sack. Will be interested to see what my weight does tomorrow. I have been using fitday.com to keep an eye on my intake and percentages of fat, protein and carbs. I feel it is really helping me to get an idea of how much I am eating and whether the balance is good. Keeping an eye on when I gain a little and when I lose a little. Obviously hormonal swings have their place too... very interesting though!
Start weight: 225.5 lbs Feb 13 2012. Height: 5'7"
Primal low: 186 lbs
Current weight: 218 lbs
S.T. goals: stabilize hormones, JUDDD, sleep early and long
LTG: Find my sweet spot with which foods work for me and start losing weight
Goal weight: 135 lbs
Just take it one bite at a time ...