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    Tooround is Primal in June

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    The first day of April I weighed 129.6 lbs
    chest 35.5 inches
    waist 27.75 inches
    hips 37 inches

    First of May
    128.4 lbs
    chest 34.5
    waist 27
    hips 36

    First of June
    129.9
    chest 35
    waist 27
    hips 36.75

    Isn't that interesting?

    I'll come back and edit when I think that through.

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    Let me see ... too many celebratory, off plan meals. Exercise is still pitiful. I had a bit of a tummy bug for a couple of days (bad cream, I think). A few days without enough sleep. Some financial stress ... lots of things to work on.

    I'm also going to track in fitday for a few days. We haven't really had a shorage of groceries but we were short on what I wanted to eat. That probably contributed to poor percentages.

    Those numbers also got me to thinking about CW and muscle wasting. Coulda been ... my butt is not getting flabbier, that's for sure!
    When I have some time, I should do some reading about breast composition. Historically, I would be noticing that loose empty skin thing by now. Don't get me wrong ... they're almost fifty and sag like it, but they're not deflated looking. I can't transfer down into my smaller bras yet.

    I think I programmed my scale to do a BF% guess. I'll see in the morning.

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    I think I figured out the body fat thing on my scale. I do understand it's limitations but I figure it's like weight ... as long as I do it same time, same clothing, same circumstances ... it should be a good enough guideline.

    23.9 % and a little dehydrated (first thing this morning) I guess that's about what I suspected.

    Yesterday
    1300 cals
    64% fat
    20% protein
    16% carbs

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    My beef is coming today!!!

    184 lbs. $2.25 per pound and he's going to deliver!

    Yes, I cleaned the freezer.

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    Wednesday
    77 gms protein
    130 gms fat
    15 minutes walking, 20 minutes elliptical, 10 minutes weights

    Grassfed beef tastes just like I remember beef tasting when I was a kid! It's taking up maybe a half of my upright freezer.

    About six months ago, I met Wendy through kinda weird circumstances. We kinda clicked and have met for coffee every few weeks since. Turns out they garden, collect rainwater, seek out natural foods. We met up yesterday. She's pretty excited about my beef and she has a source for elk!
    You just never know where good ideas are going to come from!

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    oooh, I'm jealous I wanna find me a cow now LOL.

    Actually my ex raises calves on grass (he sells them to a feedlot) ... tries to do the pasture rotation thing. wonder if he'd give a cow as child support this month?

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    I love barter

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    80 gms protein
    130 gms fat

    Discovering the beef patty as fast food.

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    Friday
    1700 cals
    135 gms fat
    80 gms protein

    20 minutes elliptical, few minutes lifting for arms.

    This business of sleeping better is a mixed blessing. I haven't seen the end of a hockey game in weeks!

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    I am usually a sucker for those true life mystery type shows. I must stay awake to find out what really happened and then I normally get hooked on the next one and must stay awake for it. Last night, I fell asleep. I'll never know what happened to that lady and her $650,000.

    As far as snack foods go, I figure potato chips are the lesser of several evils. The ones sitting at the nurses station yesterday were not as tempting as that sort of thing has been in the past but I did have some. My innards did react like they do with potatos and I do have some salty type puffiness this morning. The rest of my day was nicely primal so I can safely assume that potato chips should be a very rare treat.

    I'm starting to feel like I haven't had two days off together in a while. We're so short staffed and scheduling just gets goofy. I carry tension home with me ... poor DH ...
    I met some geese once and now understand the term "silly goose". They reminded me of the charge nurse we had yesterday. Yapping, flapping ...
    Oh well, I have one day off again tomorrow

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