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    Default Re: I'm getting off this crap ride...

    Migraines are awful take it easy on yourself, it can take up to 72 hours to recover from a migraine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FearlessLeader View Post
    Migraines are awful take it easy on yourself, it can take up to 72 hours to recover from a migraine.
    Thanks FL, I went to work yesterday and after it I just couldn't do yoga, it's like having a migraine hang over for a day or so.

    I had a great day food wise, banana and nectarine with obligatory coffee for breakfast, chicken pattie salad with fetta and chia seeds for lunch, nuts for snack and an avocado, cucumber, tomato and fetta salad for tea. I had 2 coffees through out the day as well and I had an apple after tea and completely restrained myself from the steak and mushroom pie DH had made

    Feels good to wake up the next day knowing I've eaten well the day before and not having the previous day food bloat bringing me down.

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    So far today has been good, each day I'm waking up a little less bloated. I haven't done another weigh in because after my weekend I think all my work was undone again so I'm going to wait until after the weekend do weigh in and do measurements.

    Today I have had a coffee, glass of metamucil, handful of brazil nuts and almonds, thai chicken salad for lunch with a latte, 2 pieces of dark chocolate and a coffee.

    I'm not sure about dinner tonight but I want it to be super healthy and keep up the not eating after dinner thang.

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    Quote Originally Posted by babyla View Post
    Thanks FL, I went to work yesterday and after it I just couldn't do yoga, it's like having a migraine hang over for a day or so.

    I had a great day food wise, banana and nectarine with obligatory coffee for breakfast, chicken pattie salad with fetta and chia seeds for lunch, nuts for snack and an avocado, cucumber, tomato and fetta salad for tea. I had 2 coffees through out the day as well and I had an apple after tea and completely restrained myself from the steak and mushroom pie DH had made

    Feels good to wake up the next day knowing I've eaten well the day before and not having the previous day food bloat bringing me down
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    I second that last bit as well

    Well done, you're doing great so far

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    Today has been a good day. We started with a coffee at home and then off to yoga, which was great until I realised I must have strained too hard and I've done something to my ankle, it's ouchy!

    Food wise I had 2 corn cakes with avocado, ham and tomato, a nectarine, another coffee, eggplant with quinoa and chermoula and some fresh strawberries with dessicated coconut on top - its all I could find, if there had been chocolate then I would have eaten it.

    So yoga is out for tomorrow but I'm hoping my ankle is better for Mondays session.

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    And.. I just ate a chocolate covered muesli bar I found in DH work lunch box stash

    At least I'm not boozing.

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    So I've made some progress in terms of steering clear of alcohol over the weekends, which feels really good. My problem is that when I started this I was 61kg and then I had a bad week after a weekend blow out and I think I put on 1-2kg so I didn't weigh myself because it was going to be too depressing. So, I weighed in this morning and I'm still at 61kg, which I'm ok with considering I sure I was up more than that last week. I have also started back on shakes. I've used them in the past to get me back on track to portion sizes and clean eating snacks. So yesterday I had a shake, peach, steamed veggies with sauteed leek (really delish), a shake and a bowl of diet jelly.

    I found the shakes really work each time I need to get over a hurdle eg: from 68-65kg - I wasn't budging from 68kg for ages.

    I also haven't been to yoga yet this week as I hurt my ankle on sunday but I have done some light walking.

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    Today has been a good day, my appetite and grazing has been under control and I'm finally starting to feel like I'm steering this ship.

    I started with a coffee and then a shake. I made quinoa and tuna sushi rolls for lunch and had 3. Later in the arvo I had another coffee and boiled a corn cob. I ate a small bowl and banana, strawberries and a dash of cream. I had another shake about 30 minutes ago and that's it for today. I'm going to brush my teeth and not eat another thing.

    We have a lunch tomorrow so I need to make sure I do ok for that, I feel like I will. I plan on going to yoga in the morning.

    I feel like this could be my week to crack 60kg.

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    I have a loss

    60kg this morning. This is my crucial point though, the time I usually drop the ball and have a 'I can eat that spaghetti followed by a bowl of ice cream' moment because I've had a loss. So the next few days are really important in maintaining and keeping my motivation.

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    Starting stats:

    Waist - 80cm
    Hips - 99cm
    Bust - 98.5cm
    Right leg - 60.5cm
    Left leg - 59.5cm
    Right arm - 32cm
    Left arm - 30.5cm
    Weight - 61kg


    Todays' stats:

    Waist - 80cm - stayed the same
    Hips - 97cm - 2cm loss
    Bust - 97cm - 1.5cm loss
    Right leg - 60cm - .5cm loss
    Left leg - 59.5cm - same
    Right arm - 31.5cm - .5cm loss
    Left arm - 29.5cm - 1cm loss
    Weight - 61kg - 60kg - 1 kg loss

    Total cm loss = 5.5cm


 

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