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biscottibody59 - Wednesday Jan 12, 2005
(<2000 Cal/70g Fat/25g Fbr/84 oz Wtr/10% Activities)
Weight: 162.0

Start: 189 (June 2001)
Low: 150.5 (Jan 2004) Goal Weight 2.15.05: 148
Current BMI=27.8; My Realistic BMI Goal=22.8


Those that go gold into the furnace will come out no worse. --Matthew (Mathew) Henry

For my activity:
Wed 1.5: Jog 20 min (10-10)/Walk 40 min
Thurs 1.6 & Fri 1.7: Housework only
Sat 1.8: Jog 5 (warm-up)/Jog 20 min/Walk 40 min
Sun 1.9: Circ Aer Wkt using NordicTrack (52 min/5.9 mi);
Jog 20 min/Walk 20 min
Mon 1.10: Jog 20 min/Walk 15 min
Tues 1.11: Jog 20 min (11-9)/Walk 10 min

I'm the same on my weight this week. I stayed off the scale every day except weigh-in. I really hadn't done that since trying to lose. I always get on the scale first thing. I didn't do measurements this week. I'm going to do them every two weeks from now on.

As I backed off every day scale use, I'm trying to back off of getting totally wrapped around the axle with food choices. I'm really happy with where I am right now. I want to lose some more, but I don't want to go nuts to do it.

When I weighed in at 162 the first time, my body was different--I hadn't been doing a jogging program. I was doing weights, but that didn't elicit the kind of changes that jogging regularly has. I'm very pleased that I have gotten down the exercise routine for myself like only one other time in my life.

The plan now is to write everything down, get it into Fitday and report. I've got to work up to consistency gradually. I'm not overeating (I did on New Year's Day), I'm going to have to stay out of the cookie jar--I managed to make some Oatmeal Raisin cookies a couple weeks ago and could stomach only one at that time--I'm not really a raisin cookie person--so I tucked them away out of sight. They have truly gotten better with age--haha!

Those are the kind of circumstances I have to retrain myself to handle. I already know "free days" don't work for me. General consistency is the way for me.

My problems with the trojan (or whatever was causing me to be redirected) are over--at least for now! I had had it with the frustration that day and so I started removing programs that looked irrelevant. Apparently I removed one too many. My computer crashed and I couldn't get back into Windows 98SE. I had no idea where my CDs were. All I could find was my Win95 stuff. So I tried--failed!

I was way overdue for a new computer--the old one's about 9 years old. I had replaced the hard drive 2 years ago--a nightmare, but I was able to get it done myself. I still (stupidly) hadn't been backing my stuff up. I've never kept anything on the hard drive that was that horribly important, but to be honest in the back of my mind I knew the day was coming that I would have an "incident."

I gave myself a deadline of 48 hours to find the Win 98 stuff or else! Well I found it and still didn't succeed. I reluctantly bought a new computer. I didn't want to spend the money, but I'm so glad I did it. In fact I didn't do my usual "educated consumer" routine of researching my best choice, shopping around, reading reviews, consumer reports, etc. There were just too damn many choices. So I just got the "biggest bang for my buck" choice.

I don't have a DVD player--I've never even watched a DVD. I have been wanting to get "Top Cat" on DVD--you just may have to be a certain age (I'm 45) to remember or even like that cartoon:-) So that tells you how slow/reluctant I am to change. My new computer can play DVDs without turning it on (getting into the OS) and can (supposedly--haven't tried it yet) connect to a TV to watch DVDs--it even has a remote control.

I still have to get my files from the other computer, they're still there. This will be a further challenge. I refuse to think I can't do it on my own--I'm not in a great hurry. Thanks Cowboy for your input/suggestions!

Cheers to you all!


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stringbean on 01/12/2005:
I have heard a few times (mostly on Dr Phil) that a SAHM was the equivalent of 2 full-time jobs. It just doesn't get lookes at that way, or appreciated nearly enough. I love my dh- but he really just doesn't pull his weight around the house.. (How awful that sounds!) But, he makes the money and seems to think thats enough. I'm grateful that he has a job where I CAN stay home with the kids, because I do want to be at home with them until they go to school.

Now if I could just get my working friends to see that I DO have a job- I just don't get pad for it!! ;)

SB


Becca27 on 01/13/2005:
Thanks for the link. I read it and although I agree, I don't like what it said. I have eliminated "refined" sugar from my diet have definitely replaced it with honey, fruits, and evaporated cane juice. I guess I got my answer. I need to axe it all!! Wahhhhhhhhhh!!!



biscottibody59 - Tuesday Jan 04, 2005
(<2000 Cal/70g Fat/25g Fbr/84 oz Wtr/10% Activities)
Weight: 162.0

Start: 189 (June 2001)
Low: 150.5 (Jan 2004) Goal Weight 2.15.05: 148
Current BMI=27.8; My Realistic BMI Goal=22.8


Mishaps are like knives, that either serve us or cut us, as we grasp them by the blade or the handle. --James Russell Lowell

For my activity: Jog 20 min/Walk 40 min

For the past few days the temps haven't even gotten below the 60s and I even saw a mosquito and heard some crickets. Damp! Not winter--at least not until Thursday or Friday:-)

***UPDATE*** My weight is up on my usual Tuesday weigh-in, actually I'm surprised it's not a little more. Next weigh-in/measurements is next Tuesday.

Here are my measurements:
Arm 11.5 * Leg 25.5 * Wrist 6.25 * Hip 42
Waist 34.5 * Bust 34 3/8 * Calf 15.5 * Abdomen 39.5

There's a f*cking spyware program (or something) that seems to be directing me to a bogus dietdiaries thing. I'm not really sure if that's what's causing it, but my regular spyware blocker isn't getting rid of it. I suspect I'm not the only one. This is only the second time out of about six tries I've been able to get to my diary!

Cheers to you all!


2144 cal * 101g Fat * 37g Fiber * 84 oz Water * 437 cal Deficit
10% Activities

Critter Cop on 01/04/2005:
Were at 73 here today and last night when I was doing my UBWO, I must have swatted about 6 of those little buggers!! This was after 6pm when it was dark! Oh MY, and this is January???


cowboy on 01/04/2005:
Some good free anti-spyware programs are spybot search and destroy, Adaware SE personal & spyware blaster, and ASquared. You can find all of these programs at www.download.com. Spyware blaster actually stops spyware from installing on your pc. Make sure you update all the programs after installing and read all the help files before you delete an entry.


cowboy on 01/06/2005:
I found an update on your spyware/trojan problem. I don't think spybot search & destroy will remove it all. Try installing a program called "Hijack This" from www.download.com. You will need to unzip it. Have you checked Add/Remove programs to see if it might have an "uninstall" file?

If nothing there:

Then run HijackThis and check and "fix" the following entries:

O4 - HKLM\..\Run: [Admilli Service] C:\PROGRAM FILES\ADMILLI SERVICE\ADMILLISERV.EXE

AND delete the "Admilli Service" folder in c:\Program Files.

>> Reboot and post a new Scanlog. Be real careful not to delete anything you need in the HiJack this folder.


cowboy on 01/11/2005:
I have a program called GoBack and Norton bought them out now, so it's available on symantec's site and it's called Norton GoBack. What it does is make a copy of your entire hard drive at all times. If you have a system failure you can hit the spacebar when you boot and select a time when your system was running properly. Of course windows XP has system restore, but it's not nearly as good as GoBack because you can retrieve system files, etc., and you don't have to set restore points. As far as trasferring data to another hard drive on a computer that has no cd, I have windows 98 and I have a tape drive with a parallel port. Hewlett Packard used to make them, travan Colorado which holds 20 GB of storage. Of course they are not compatible with Windows XP, so that is not good, but you could back up and transfer data to another windows 98 OS system or back up your own system. Another option would be to install a cd burner, but I'm sure you know that. A good link to go to is www.geekstogo.com and ask them any questions; it is free computer help and they are really good.



biscottibody59 - Monday Jan 03, 2005
(<2000 Cal/70g Fat/25g Fbr/84 oz Wtr/10% Activities)
Weight: 158.5

Start: 189 (June 2001)
Low: 150.5 (Jan 2004) Goal Weight 2.15.05: 148
Current BMI=27.2; My Realistic BMI Goal=22.8


The biggest human temptation is to settle for too little. --Thomas Merton

For my activity: Jog 20 min/Walk 30 min

Feels like a new day--hope springs eternal!

Cheers to you all!


2392 cal * 115g Fat * 43g Fiber * 28 oz Water * 65 cal Deficit
9% Activities

geevee on 01/03/2005:
Thanks for your recipe. I use the same ingredients, but was wondering about the fatback that everyone seems to use and I won't. Well, I discovered I could prepare collards without it and still have a tasty dish. You don't use it either. I'll have to try it again. I really enjoy eating beans; any kind.


bailey2005 on 01/03/2005:
Thanks,for the welcome. I've recovered from my heart attack, but my health problems took a turn. I'm now in stage 4 of kidney failure. Waiting for news on when to start dyalilis. But I've learned to accept it. I lost my left kidney in march 92. I noticed you've hung on with DD for some time. It's inspiring to see people follow through.


Becca27 on 01/03/2005:
That quote has my name written all over it. Too true!!!! Thanks for the cheers!



biscottibody59 - Sunday Jan 02, 2005
(<2000 Cal/70g Fat/25g Fbr/84 oz Wtr/10% Activities)
Weight: 158.5

Start: 189 (June 2001)
Low: 150.5 (Jan 2004) Goal Weight 2.15.05: 148
Current BMI=27.2; My Realistic BMI Goal=22.8


For my activity:
Fri 12.31: Nothing
Sat 1.1: Jog 20 min/Walk 30 min

Okay, today I've started tracking my food on Fitday--yesterday I think I would have broken the system:-) I was "Gorgette"--still, I managed to get my jog in and a pretty good walk. For that jog my legs had to be a bit on autopilot--I checked the distance--it was 1.5 mi--I picked up the pace for the last couple of minutes. Two days off again from jogging--not a good thing.

I also stuck a bunch of extra weight in my backpack to make my scale weigh my high of 189--that was something. I actually thought about it during my jog yesterday evening--I could never jog with that extra weight (without killing myself!), no doubt about it!

I made my "Good Luck" black-eyed peas for the New Year and had just a small portion--really good!

Cheers to you all!


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Soon2BThin on 01/02/2005:
We all have those days when we just want to eat everything in sight. I'm sure you'll do better after getting that out of your system. And I've noticed that some days I am just hungrier than others. So it begins---a whole new year to do better. Have a good week.


geevee on 01/03/2005:
What do you put in your black-eyed peas? I LOVE them!



biscottibody59 - Friday Dec 31, 2004
(<2000 Cal/70g Fat/25g Fbr/84 oz Wtr/10% Activities)
Weight: 158.5

Start: 189 (June 2001)
Low: 150.5 (Jan 2004) Goal Weight 2.15.05: 148
Current BMI=27.2; My Realistic BMI Goal=22.8


For my activity:
Fri 12.24 Walk 20 min
Sat 12.25: Walk 10 min
Sun 12.26: Jog 20 min/Walk 15 min
Mon 12.27: Jog 20 min/Walk 15 min
Tues 12.28: Jog 20 min/Walk 15 min
Wed 12.29: Jog 20 min/Walk 15 min
Thurs 12.30: Nothing

Back to journaling in my little notebook. I had planned to start tracking on Fitday again too, just didn't have time. Will start tomorrow. Two days off from jogging just about did me in when I finally got back to it. I'm back in the game!

I had a "hitch in my getalong" the last two days. No more falling asleep on the couch at my age I guess. Horrible muscle spasms until I really get moving, then I'm fine. Lucky for me it's not much worse--I've had my bouts with crappy, relentless back pain and it sucks!

I'd have to say this wasn't really a banner year for me, I more or less have held my own. I'm looking forward to losing (and winning!!!) in 2005! Happy New Year to you all!

Cheers to you all!


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Soon2BThin on 12/31/2004:
I've kind of done the same thing this year---just holding my own. Here's to us getting this last bit of weight off this year! Happy New Year to you!


geevee on 01/01/2005:
I've been on hold too, since about Sept. when my first bout with knee problems first appeared in 2004. Four whole months without progress. I've got to rev up and get going on this.



biscottibody59 - Friday Dec 24, 2004
(<2000 Cal/70g Fat/25g Fbr/84 oz Wtr/10% Activities)
Weight: 158.5

Start: 189 (June 2001)
Low: 150.5 (Jan 2004) Goal Weight 2.15.05: 148
Current BMI=27.2; My Realistic BMI Goal=22.8


For my activity:
Wed 12.22: Walk 10 min
Thurs 12.23: Jog 20 min/Walk 25 min

I did drink 56 oz water for 2 days in a row. That's better than nothing. Sludgefest '04 is just about over:-)

We've had the coldest temps in 3 years--teens to 20s. It wasn't too windy during my jog last night, so that was nice. It's supposed to be in the upper 60s in a week.

Hope you have a safe and wonderful holiday weekend and (if you celebrate it) Merry Christmas!

Cheers to you all!


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geevee on 12/24/2004:
I used to love running in the cold weather. It feels so good and burns up a lot of calories. Too bad I can't run any more. Darn!


Maria7 on 12/26/2004:
Did you get any snow...I saw on tv that some of Texas got snow...we got an ice storm here in South Carolina...very cold here, too.


Penguin_14 on 12/29/2004:
Thank you for your comments today, and no, you're not being nosy at all. You're right. Being the person stuck taking care of people is the pits. I really resent it. I have resented it for years. It's not that I don't love these people, but some of the situations they ended up in were of their own making.

I'm by no means a martyr. I'm really angry. My parents instilled in us an extreme sense of always taking care of family. My family had a very narrow way of thinking. They didn't trust anyone. Our family is so small that everything fell on to my sister and me. Then when my sister got burned, there was just me. I almost lost my mind.

You said you know first hand. I can only hope that the people I took care of appreciated it, rather than looking at it as it was something they expected me to do. I know my sister appreciated my help. All I know is, God didn't put me here for me to be miserable. I have to work on my own happiness.

Thank you so much for your kind words about having a baby or adopting. I think we would make very good parents, too. Your comments made my day a lot brighter!



biscottibody59 - Wednesday Dec 22, 2004
(<2000 Cal/70g Fat/25g Fbr/84 oz Wtr/10% Activities)
Weight: 158.5

Start: 189 (June 2001)
Low: 150.5 (Jan 2004) Goal Weight 2.15.05: 148
Current BMI=27.2; My Realistic BMI Goal=22.8


Q: What did 0 say to 8?
A: Nice belt!

For my activity:
Sat 12.18: Gutter cleaning/yard work abt 2 hours;
Jog 30 min/Walk 20 min
Sun 12.19: Jog 20 min/Walk 15 min
Mon 12.20: Jog 20 min/Walk 20 min
Tues 12.21: Jog 25 min/Walk 5 min

I'm going on a food counting/journaling hiatus until Monday 12.27--I will continue to log my exercise. I'm not planning to overeat or anything--like we really PLAN to overeat. I just want to be able to eat a little of this and a little of that and cook and eat a few things I usually avoid like the plague. Needless to say, the last challenge fell flat. I won't do any more of them until after the first of the year.

I have noticed something emerging in my habits--when I'm counting/journaling in my food diary religiously, I'm seeing where I can cut corners. In other words, if I give myself 25 boxes to fill and I don't fill all of them on Tuesday--I try to fill those unfilled boxes on Wednesday (plus all of Wednesday's boxes) by "cheating" (for lack of a better word).

At any rate, I think it's a little of the perfectionist coming out in me. I'd like to leave that day done and move forward. Something for me to work on/eliminate. It's possibly rooted in an irrational notion that I'm not going to get my fair share or enough--something like that. Sort of like hoarding. This is big to me--I mean to say, I know that I do it, but I think I dismiss it as "No big deal!" Actually if it's become a habit that impedes my progress, it's a really huge deal.

I'm looking forward to trying the recipe Geevee left on my last entry for Tostones (fried plaintains).

Cheers to you all!


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legcramps on 12/22/2004:
For me, I find that around holiday time i'm eating more 'traditional' foods than those I would make, and most of the time I have no idea what the calorie count on them actually is. It makes it very difficult for me to keep track of what i'm eating, and more often than not I find myself over-indulging in certain treats. By the time holidays are over, I feel like a mess and like I need to start over. Sometimes i'm so jealous of people who have the determination to stay on plan through these times, but I guess I like my food too much! Just make sure you're not doing this just so that you can eat everything and anything you want. By now you know what your trigger foods are, and avoiding them like the plague might be what's kept you in the game so far. Have a wonderful day today, and if you don't journal over the holidays, Have a Merry Christmas and Great New Year!


legcramps on 12/22/2004:
I have to agree with you about the 'Swan' show. It is very exploitive and undermining to the whole 'lose it the healthy way' trend we as a nation should be in. However, there are certain points to it that are a plus. Counselling, working out, healthy food choices shown to you in a productive way (not like The Biggest Loser where they're throwing junk food in your face every chance they get), and honest to goodness surgery done for the improvement of self-esteem, not only to look like a beautiful 'stereotypical' woman. Anyhow, there are good and bad points to every show. And yes, I have seen the 'Frontier' show you were speaking of. I like it. I don't know why I like it, but I do! I think it's the 'get back to your roots and work' type of thinking that I like. They work so hard and most of the time they have no idea what they're doing!


Becca27 on 12/22/2004:
The Q & A took me a minute. I swear, some days I'm slow.

I'm on a hiatus, too, from counting points. My head needed a break, but I'm still doing OK. Try to eat in moderation and do your best. Don't fall completely off the wagon, but don't stress out. Be happy and healthy!!!


geevee on 12/22/2004:
"Cutting corners". Once I discover a good lo-cal substitute for for something, long range it can end up making a big difference. Like mayo at 100 cal. a Tbl. My substitute in a sandwich is mustard. In tuna or salmon salad, it's NF yogurt or NF sour cream. They don't taste as good, but I'm "training" my taste buds to LIKE them! Months ago I taught myself to get by on half a sandwich rather than a whole one. All of these little things add up in the long run to pounds. I cringe when I think back to my BK days and squirting 2-3 pkgs. of mayo on a Whopper. Was I out of my mind? The worst part is that I KNEW at the time how rich it was but it didn't matter! And that's the way I looked; like I didn't care about my appearance. Food was more important.


Maria7 on 12/22/2004:
Hehehe, I SO identify with you on the 'fair share' deal..like when Hubby and I go out to eat buffet style (the only style for us), I always get too much and have to have a taste of this and that and the other, as though I totally (or conveniently) forget about calorie counts! I feel guilty leaving so much food on the table when we leave! Like I have to get our 'money's worth'...have you ever done that????? Hubby, on the other hand is NOT this way...he usually eats what he gets and it just bes a few things and usually no desert, either, hehehe!


Soon2BThin on 12/22/2004:
It's sort of like that when I'm counting points for WW. If I have a good day of exercise and get added points, I feel like I need to keep eating until I've run out of points, even if I'm not hungry. Your exercise is great. I hope to jog someday. Enjoy your Tostones! And if I don't "see" you before then, have a happy holiday!



biscottibody59 - Saturday Dec 18, 2004
(<2000 Cal/70g Fat/25g Fbr/84 oz Wtr/10% Activities)
Weight: 158.5

Start: 189 (June 2001)
Low: 150.5 (Jan 2004) Goal Weight 12.28.04: 148
Current BMI=27.2; My Realistic BMI Goal=22.8


For my activity: Walk 10 min

I'll come back to update my numbers later . . .

Yesterday was a bit of a washout. I realized I had jogged 8 days in a row, something I try to avoid--usually only 3-5 days in a row, but no harm done. I needed a break from "usual" exercise. I did a little housework and a short walk with my doggie. I was also ridiculously hungry. So for today onward and upward--I'm semi-rarin' to go--yiii-ha!

Second day of a 4-day challenge (Thurs-Fri-Sat-Sun) consisting of
84 oz water . . . 1000 cal deficit/day. . . <1900 cal/day

I reached none of the challenge goals. All I know is that I would probably be buying size 16s or 18s by now if it weren't for my commitment to exercise (and my luck and ability to follow through). I don't take it for granted.

Cheers to you all!


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geevee on 12/18/2004:
I think every single one of us is right there on the edge of a precipice, on the verge of falling off at any moment and going right back to where we were. I'm sure I sound obsessive, but it's the honest truth. The minute I slack off on the exercise I start regaining IMMEDIATELY! It's so easy for me to swim everyday when the weather is warm to hot, but the minute it gets cool, I lose all desire and find it so difficult to do something despite the fact that I like doing it. It doesn't make any sense at all, but that's the way it is.

The tostones are so easy to make. Cut the plantains about 3/4-1". Fry on both sides until they start to brown. Drain on a paper bag.

The next part is to ssquash these rounds to about half the weidth. You can do this with the heel of your hand using a small paper bag. Frequently the result is uneven. If your Dollar Store has a "tostonera", that's what you call the gadget that squashes them perfectly, buy one . They only cost about $1 and give good results.

To get a really crisp toston, soak them in ice water a couple of minutes after frying on both sides the first time and after having squashed them. Fry again 'til brown and drain once more on brown paper. Salt.


geevee on 12/18/2004:
PS - To cook plantains this way they have to be green. When they turn yellow they're too soft and sweet. That's when you bake them to get them soft, sweet and gushy, like a rich dessert.


Becca27 on 12/20/2004:
Dont' give "luck" the credit. Everytime you do something, you're making a choice. Perhaps you, like me, enjoy exercising, so it comes easier than eating right. You've done so well because you've worked hard. Success is the natural consequence of consistently applying the basic fundamentals.



biscottibody59 - Friday Dec 17, 2004
(<2000 Cal/70g Fat/25g Fbr/84 oz Wtr/10% Activities)
Weight: 158.5

Start: 189 (June 2001)
Low: 150.5 (Jan 2004) Goal Weight 12.28.04: 148
Current BMI=27.2; My Realistic BMI Goal=22.8


For my activity: NordicTrack (62 min/7.1 mi); Jog 20 min/Walk 20 min

First day of a 4-day challenge (Thurs-Fri-Sat-Sun) consisting of
84 oz water . . . 1000 cal deficit/day. . . <1900 cal/day

I met the deficit goal. Was over on calorie intake and didn't make the water goal. I am working toward a happier gluteus maximus--it/they? was/were screaming at me yesterday from the lunges I did the other day, but I'm taking it as a sign to continue--will do my Circuit Aerobic Workout tomorrow!

Cheers to you all!


1921 cal * 78g Fat * 37g Fiber * 56 oz Water * 1068 cal Deficit
24% Activities

stringbean on 12/17/2004:
Oh, I loved Kyrin and her challenges...

You're doing great with your exercise! I love/hate it when my muscles scream like that. lol

Great job on your 1068 cal deficit!



biscottibody59 - Thursday Dec 16, 2004
(<2000 Cal/70g Fat/25g Fbr/84 oz Wtr/10% Activities)
Weight: 158.5

Start: 189 (June 2001)
Low: 150.5 (Jan 2004) Goal Weight 12.28.04: 148
Current BMI=27.2; My Realistic BMI Goal=22.8


For my activity:
Circuit Aerobic Workout using NordicTrack (41 min/4.5 mi);
Jog 20 min/Walk 10 min

Had a high-calorie day for the break between challenges. I really like the challenges, they're doable for me--Kyrin used to suggest challenges and I resisted for a long time. But, they work for me. THANKS KYRIN!
I know you've moved on, but it'd be nice to hear how you're getting along.

Try one, pick a number of things you'd like to work on, make a target, and set a short span of days and see how you do. It may get you out of a rut.

I'm starting another 4-day challenge today (Thurs-Fri-Sat-Sun) consisting of 84 oz water . . . 1000 cal deficit/day. . . <1900 cal/day.)

Cheers to you all!


3127 cal * 138g Fat * 16g Fiber * 56 oz Water * 172 cal Deficit
22% Activities


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