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biscottibody59 - Friday Mar 15, 2013
(Short Challenges :: Wt Trng :: Pre-Bkfst Cardio)
Weight: 155.8

Body Fat: 32.8%::1.11.13 (34.3%::11.27.12 . . . 39.0%::4.21.12)
Start: 189 (June 2001)
Low: 150 (Nov 2006, Dec 2012)
Current BMI = 27.2 (24.9 = 143#) :: Waist: 32.5" (1.11.13); 35" (mid-Sep '12)


For my activity:
Wed: Airdyne 30 min; Walk 46 min
Thur: Walk 15 min
 

Happy 54th to me! But not until Tuesday:-) 

When we're really young, it'd be cool to have our birthday more than once a year. At this point in life--I could skip a couple of years between them. That would be just fine. Oh well--that's life--I'm grateful to be able to celebrate one more!

I'll be back on here sometime next week. Be safe everyone, and if you happen to tie one on for the weekend, have one for me!

Maybe I'll have some renewed freshness (not to sound too much like a 70s douche/feminine freshness TV commercial--haha!) when I post again. Fortunately there are few reading this who may know what I'm talking about. Today's "period protection" commercials are "in your face" compared to those now-hilarious 70s ads.

(Thanks lovely and talented Rainbow Text Maker. I am easily amused!)

Coffee Watch: None 3.5::3.6::3.8::3.9::3.11-3.13::; Some 3.7::3.10::3.14

Circuit Workouts/Wt Trng Scheduled/Done: ::10.25::10.28::***40 Missed***::3.1::***::3.12::3.15::

Plan for today: Walk, Circuit Workout, NTrack


Wed: 60 oz Water * 6.5 hrs Sleep
Thur: 60 oz Water * 6 hrs Sleep

Goals (12.15.11) . . .
1: Better Blood Vessel Health 2: Wt Loss to Mid-Range of Healthy BMI 3: Peace of Mind

hollybelle on 03/15/2013:
Hi catching up with your posts. I saw your comments about the childhood friend, etc. I have had that happen, too. Same situation with difference in lifestyles, etc. It does hurt, but it evens out. I don't think I have changed, but she has. Turns out now that she may have early on-set alzheimers which is sad. We are back in touch, but it's not the same. Good work on your food and exercise!


hollybelle on 03/15/2013:
Well, and for goodness sake - happy early Birthday to you!


lolla on 03/15/2013:
H*A*P*P*Y B*I*R*T*H*D*A*Y !!!!!! Celebrate! Jump and dance, I wish you all the very best in this life and may you always find more moments with love and peace. Have cake!


lolla on 03/15/2013:
H*A*P*P*Y B*I*R*T*H*D*A*Y !!!!!! Celebrate! Jump and dance, I wish you all the very best in this life and may you always find more moments with love and peace. Have cake!


OhioRaven on 03/15/2013:
HAPPY BIRTHDAY, BISCUIT.


Puddles on 03/15/2013:
Happy early Birthday. Mine is also come up but sure would like it to be only 54. Seems to me that was ages ago. LOL. I home this weekend will all you want it to be whatever you have planned go for it all. Be wild make it a weekend to remember or maybe not LOL LOL


Puddles on 03/15/2013:
not home but HOPE


Umpqua on 03/15/2013:
Happy Birthday Biscotti! I hope you have a fantastic weekend of celebrations!


grannyannie on 03/15/2013:
Happy birthday!! Have a big piece of cake. Remember, a birthday is better than the alternative. :)

I remember those feminine fresh ads from the 70's. LOL!!


V on 03/15/2013:
Hahahahahahahaha girl you are freaking hilarious!!!! I think you should take your comedy act on tour :) Any plans for your Bday? I know it is a few days away but why not celebrate the entire week? Happy Birthday


V on 03/19/2013:
Happy Birthday!!!!



biscottibody59 - Wednesday Mar 13, 2013
(Short Challenges :: Wt Trng :: Pre-Bkfst Cardio)
Weight: 155.8

Body Fat: 32.8%::1.11.13 (34.3%::11.27.12 . . . 39.0%::4.21.12)
Start: 189 (June 2001)
Low: 150 (Nov 2006, Dec 2012)
Current BMI = 27.2 (24.9 = 143#) :: Waist: 32.5" (1.11.13); 35" (mid-Sep '12)


For my activity: Walk 30 min

Happy Wednesday!

Coffee Watch: None 3.5::3.6::3.8::3.9::3.11::3.12; Some 3.7::3.10

Circuit Workouts/Wt Trng Scheduled/Done: ::10.25::10.28::***40 Missed***::3.1::***::3.12::3.15::

Plan for today: Walk, Circuit Workout, NTrack


60 oz Water * 6 hrs Sleep

Goals (12.15.11) . . .
1: Better Blood Vessel Health 2: Wt Loss to Mid-Range of Healthy BMI 3: Peace of Mind

Umpqua on 03/13/2013:
You're doing well with the coffee, I hope you have an excellent day!


OhioRaven on 03/13/2013:
You've stuck to the no coffee for quite a while now. Good for you.


supercheese on 03/13/2013:
wow great with the no coffee! How are you feeling?


Puddles on 03/13/2013:
Amazing I don't think I could give up my morning joe. Congrats. Have a great day.


grannyannie on 03/13/2013:
Doing great with the coffee. Have a splendid day!


V on 03/13/2013:
Happy Wednesday!!



biscottibody59 - Tuesday Mar 12, 2013
(Short Challenges :: Wt Trng :: Pre-Bkfst Cardio)
Weight: 155.8

Body Fat: 32.8%::1.11.13 (34.3%::11.27.12 . . . 39.0%::4.21.12)
Start: 189 (June 2001)
Low: 150 (Nov 2006, Dec 2012)
Current BMI = 27.2 (24.9 = 143#) :: Waist: 32.5" (1.11.13); 35" (mid-Sep '12)


For my activity: Nothing

I didn't even bother to weigh in.

I have an old skirt I'd like to wear comfortably. I know I still have it, but I don't know where it is. I'm nearly positive I can't get into it at this moment, but it's nowhere in sight, so I have no evidence to present one way or the other--haha!

My track record for this kind of motivational exercise isn't too good, but it's fun. I'd really like to be too small to wear the skirt--first things first!

I had always heard the old thing about not exercising too close to bedtime, though sometimes time just makes it the only time to get it in. For me I don't think the timing (close to bedtime) makes all that difference. This info is from a survey, so maybe not remotely scientific, but interesting (From Exercise Key to Good Sleep):

Exercise at any time of day appears to be good for sleep
Those who report exercising close to bedtime and earlier in the day do not demonstrate a difference in self-reported sleep quality. In fact, for most people exercise at any time seems to be better for sleep than no exercise at all.

This finding contradicts long-standing "sleep hygiene" tips that advise everyone not to exercise close to bedtime. The National Sleep Foundation has amended its sleep recommendations for "normal" sleepers to encourage exercise without any caveat to time of day as long as it's not at the expense of sleep. (However, people with chronic insomnia should continue to restrict late evening and night exercise, if this is part of their treatment regimen.)

"Exercise is beneficial to sleep. It's time to revise global recommendations for improving sleep and put exercise -- any time -- at the top of our list for healthy sleep habits," says Dr. Barbara Phillips, poll task force member.

Happy Tuesday!

Coffee Watch: None 3.5::3.6::3.8::3.9::3.11; Some 3.7::3.10

Circuit Workouts/Wt Trng Scheduled/Done: ::10.25::10.28::***40 Missed***::3.1::***::3.12::3.15::

Plan for today: Walk, Circuit Workout, NTrack


30 oz Water * 7 hrs Sleep

Goals (12.15.11) . . .
1: Better Blood Vessel Health 2: Wt Loss to Mid-Range of Healthy BMI 3: Peace of Mind

Umpqua on 03/12/2013:
I know I can't exercise too close to bed time, just doesn't work for me. I hope you can get some in today!


grannyannie on 03/12/2013:
Before I retired I often worked at after work at about 5pm and finishing near 6.30 but that was okay. I prefer not to workout at night, but don't know if it would keep be awake.


V on 03/12/2013:
Due to after burn I don't do cardio in the evenings, lifting for that matter because it pumps me up far beyond the point of having a restful night's sleep..Hope you get yours in tomorrow :)



biscottibody59 - Monday Mar 11, 2013
(Short Challenges :: Wt Trng :: Pre-Bkfst Cardio)
Weight: 155.8

Body Fat: 32.8%::1.11.13 (34.3%::11.27.12 . . . 39.0%::4.21.12)
Start: 189 (June 2001)
Low: 150 (Nov 2006, Dec 2012)
Current BMI = 27.2 (24.9 = 143#) :: Waist: 32.5" (1.11.13); 35" (mid-Sep '12)


For my activity: Short Walk

Happy Monday!

Coffee Watch: None 3.5::3.6::3.8::3.9; Some 3.7::3.10

Circuit Workouts/Wt Trng Scheduled/Done: ::10.25::10.28::***40 Missed***::3.1::***::3.12::3.15::

Plan for today: Walk, Circuit Workout, NTrack


90 oz Water * 4 + ? hrs Sleep

Goals (12.15.11) . . .
1: Better Blood Vessel Health 2: Wt Loss to Mid-Range of Healthy BMI 3: Peace of Mind

Umpqua on 03/11/2013:
I like the Coffee Watch :) Have a good one!


V on 03/11/2013:
Happy Monday to you as well Biscotti :)


supercheese on 03/11/2013:
Happpy monday....well almost tuesday now!



biscottibody59 - Sunday Mar 10, 2013
(Short Challenges :: Wt Trng :: Pre-Bkfst Cardio)
Weight: 155.8

Body Fat: 32.8%::1.11.13 (34.3%::11.27.12 . . . 39.0%::4.21.12)
Start: 189 (June 2001)
Low: 150 (Nov 2006, Dec 2012)
Current BMI = 27.2 (24.9 = 143#) :: Waist: 32.5" (1.11.13); 35" (mid-Sep '12)


For my activity: Short Walk

Had a good amount of rain. Maybe a little too much at once, but grateful for what we got!

I'm still kind of taking two steps forward and one step back, but I'm doing a lot better than I was 2-3 weeks ago. Moving forward (in my head) and staying mindful. It's much better than burying my head in the sand. (I originally typed "burying MYSELF in the sand--haha!)

I have to say the Safe Soup is holding its own with me. I froze quite a bit of it, and the leftovers are surprisingly good. The ingredients are: frzn mixed veg, frzn blkeyed peas, frozen chopped okra, crushed tomatoes, whole tomatoes, tomato sauce (all tomato products from cans), fresh chopped potatoes, fresh onion and garlic and fresh sliced mushrooms. As I mentioned I'm not usually big on so many ingredients, but it works. I will make it again with a couple of tweaks and certainly won't make as much or add as much tomato product.

It's a "dumb easy" recipe for sure!

Coffee Watch: None 3.5::3.6::3.8::3.9; Some 3.7

Circuit Workouts/Wt Trng Scheduled/Done: ::10.25::10.28::***40 Missed***::3.1::**::3.10::3.13::

Plan for today: Walk, Circuit Workout, NTrack


60 oz Water * 6 hrs Sleep

Goals (12.15.11) . . .
1: Better Blood Vessel Health 2: Wt Loss to Mid-Range of Healthy BMI 3: Peace of Mind

Puddles on 03/10/2013:
I am happy for you. Take care and have a great day.


OhioRaven on 03/10/2013:
Hey, I have a safe soup too.



biscottibody59 - Saturday Mar 09, 2013
(Short Challenges :: Wt Trng :: Pre-Bkfst Cardio)
Weight: 155.8

Body Fat: 32.8%::1.11.13 (34.3%::11.27.12 . . . 39.0%::4.21.12)
Start: 189 (June 2001)
Low: 150 (Nov 2006, Dec 2012)
Current BMI = 27.4 (24.9 = 143#) :: Waist: 32.5" (1.11.13); 35" (mid-Sep '12)


For my activity: Short Walk

Happy Saturday!

Coffee Watch: None 3.5-3.6::3.8; Some 3.7

Circuit Workouts/Wt Trng Scheduled/Done: ::10.25::10.28::***40 Missed***::3.1::**::3.9::3.12::

Plan for today: Walk, Circuit Workout, NTrack


60 oz Water * 8 hrs Sleep

Goals (12.15.11) . . .
1: Better Blood Vessel Health 2: Wt Loss to Mid-Range of Healthy BMI 3: Peace of Mind

grannyannie on 03/09/2013:
Have a lovely walk today. :)


OhioRaven on 03/09/2013:
Happy Saturday, Biscuit.


V on 03/09/2013:
Happy Saturday :)



biscottibody59 - Friday Mar 08, 2013
(Short Challenges :: Wt Trng :: Pre-Bkfst Cardio)
Weight: 155.8

Body Fat: 32.8%::1.11.13 (34.3%::11.27.12 . . . 39.0%::4.21.12)
Start: 189 (June 2001)
Low: 150 (Nov 2006, Dec 2012)
Current BMI = 27.4 (24.9 = 143#) :: Waist: 32.5" (1.11.13); 35" (mid-Sep '12)


For my activity: Walk 20 min

I had coffee yesterday--well about 3 oz of reg with the rest decaf. (It's a hard thing to turn my back on.)

At lunch I had some cheese enchiladas and they had some meat in the sauce--this wasn't major under the circumstances. The best choice at this place probably would have been corn tortillas with avocado. Their whole beans have a little meat cooked in--not too bad, but they're horribly oversalted. I skipped that option and I know their refried beans have lard so that wasn't a good option either.

Still didn't get my wt trng done. Moving on.

I was looking through the Esselstyn book (with new eyes) and there's a dish made with napa cabbage I'd like to try. I made Safe Soup from the book. Next time, I'll leave out the tomato sauce, half the recipe so there's room for the kale and use butter beans instead of blackeyed peas. It calls for lima beans. It's a bit more like stew than soup to me.

That may be because it calls for mixing it all together and cooking it for 2 hours. I thought that was too long. Nothing in it takes 2 hours to cook and I don't like overcooked anything. I left the kale out because my pot is too small--it just fit the 2 gallons of ingredients without the kale. It's good with sriracha sauce drizzled on top.

Coffee Watch: None 3.5-3.6; Some 3.7

Circuit Workouts/Wt Trng Scheduled/Done: ::10.25::10.28::***40 Missed***::3.1::**::3.8::3.11::

Plan for today: Walk, Circuit Workout, NTrack


90 oz Water * 7 hrs Sleep

Goals (12.15.11) . . .
1: Better Blood Vessel Health 2: Wt Loss to Mid-Range of Healthy BMI 3: Peace of Mind

Umpqua on 03/08/2013:
We'll be eating out tomorrow night - first real meal out doing this plan. It's a specialty sushi place that does a lot of creative veggie rolls, so we should be OK. Your plan for the soup/stew sounds good - Esselstyn's recipes are kind of lacking I think and need some tweaking and embellishment. JMO. Sriracha makes everything better!


V on 03/08/2013:
Man does that soup/stew sound yummy :P ITA with Umpqua, Sriracha gives anything that extra pizazzz! Have a fantastic weekend Biscotti :)


grannyannie on 03/09/2013:
Eating out is soooo hard! Your recipes sound good. Have a fabulous weekend!



biscottibody59 - Thursday Mar 07, 2013
(Short Challenges :: Wt Trng :: Pre-Bkfst Cardio)
Weight: 155.8

Body Fat: 32.8%::1.11.13 (34.3%::11.27.12 . . . 39.0%::4.21.12)
Start: 189 (June 2001)
Low: 150 (Nov 2006, Dec 2012)
Current BMI = 27.4 (24.9 = 143#) :: Waist: 32.5" (1.11.13); 35" (mid-Sep '12)


For my activity: NordicTrack 13 min/1.1 mi (Pre-bkfst); Walk 55 min

I weighed in this morning and am down 2#--can you say, "Water weight?"

I took my blood pressure Tues night and it was sky-high at least for me. (Makes sense with the apparent water weight I lost.) It was fine yesterday morning. I'm going to monitor it for a month or so. I did this for several months a couple of years ago because I have a tendency to have white-coat hypertension. I don't want to be on medication for something that I should be able to control with what I put in my mouth, my activity and especially my sleep. (Untreated sleep apnea causes hypertension.)

I haven't paid much attention to salt lately because I don't salt my food at home as a rule. I do salt tomatoes and salad. Eating out is what gets me. And apparently it doesn't take much now past menopause. Salt-sensitive hypertension is pretty common post-menopause.

I had no idea how sleep deprived I was, therefore no wt trng again. Unless the bottom falls out and I have absolutely no time, I should get it in today. I don't normally check my running sleep average, but for the last 2 weeks it's 7 hours/night. Interesting!

Coffee Watch: None 3.5-3.6

Circuit Workouts/Wt Trng Scheduled/Done: ::10.25::10.28::***40 Missed***::3.1::*::3.7::3.10::

Plan for today: Walk, Circuit Workout, NTrack


60 oz Water * 8 hrs Sleep

Goals (12.15.11) . . .
1: Better Blood Vessel Health 2: Wt Loss to Mid-Range of Healthy BMI 3: Peace of Mind

Umpqua on 03/07/2013:
Congrats on your loss and good on you for heading off the hypertension directly with diet and lifestyle. I hope you have an excellent day and can get in your training!


Puddles on 03/07/2013:
Congratulation on your loss. Well worth doing the work instead of going to pills. Have a great day.


grannyannie on 03/07/2013:
Well done on the loss...might not be water! Good workout. I've got to have salt on certain foods but then my BP is normal.


V on 03/07/2013:
You are so in tune with your body and YIKES on the menopause issues :( I am so looking forward to no TOM however pretty frightened as to what you are going through.. Happy to hear you are down in weight and here's to more losses to come..Have a good one :)



biscottibody59 - Wednesday Mar 06, 2013
(Short Challenges :: Wt Trng :: Pre-Bkfst Cardio)
Weight: 157.8

Body Fat: 32.8%::1.11.13 (34.3%::11.27.12 . . . 39.0%::4.21.12)
Start: 189 (June 2001)
Low: 150 (Nov 2006, Dec 2012)
Current BMI = 27.4 (24.9 = 143#) :: Waist: 32.5" (1.11.13); 35" (mid-Sep '12)


I was gratified to answer promptly. I said, "I don't know." --Mark Twain

For my activity: Airdyne 21 min; Walk 33 min

I just didn't feel up to snuff for my wt trng yesterday. I think I'll be able to do it today.  

Coffee Watch: None 3.5.12 

Circuit Workouts/Wt Trng Scheduled/Done: ::10.25::10.28::***40 Missed***::3.1::*::3.6::3.9::

Plan for today: Walk, Circuit Workout, NTrack


60 oz Water * 7 hrs Sleep

Goals (12.15.11) . . .
1: Better Blood Vessel Health 2: Wt Loss to Mid-Range of Healthy BMI 3: Peace of Mind

OhioRaven on 03/06/2013:
I like Twain. Have a good day, Biscuit.


Puddles on 03/06/2013:
A lot of people have a hard time saying I don't know. I guess pretending you know is easier. LOL I like Twain also. Take care have a great day.


Supercheese on 03/06/2013:
life on the mississippi! AH ive read Mark Twain a lot (a literary nut I am :) ) Have a good one biscotti!


lolla on 03/06/2013:
love your quote! The other day I read somewhere that is better to love people than to try to understand them. We just don't know and that is ok.


grannyannie on 03/06/2013:
Hope you feel like weight training today. Have a good day.


grannyannie on 03/06/2013:
I often say 'I don't know!' :)


Umpqua on 03/06/2013:
The Ess soup was surprisingly yummy. I made it super spicy so that could have something to do with it. Hope you're having a good one!


V on 03/06/2013:
Good job on not drinking the coffee and even better 7 hours of sleep :) I ended up working, spare you the boring details, hahaha have a good evening!



biscottibody59 - Tuesday Mar 05, 2013
(Short Challenges :: Wt Trng :: Pre-Bkfst Cardio)
Weight: 157.8

Body Fat: 32.8%::1.11.13 (34.3%::11.27.12 . . . 39.0%::4.21.12)
Start: 189 (June 2001)
Low: 150 (Nov 2006, Dec 2012)
Current BMI = 27.4 (24.9 = 143#) :: Waist: 32.5" (1.11.13); 35" (mid-Sep '13)


For my activity: Walk 45 min

I'm up a little on my weigh-in today. It's just as well I didn't get in my wt trng yesterday--I'll have a better workout with the better rest I had last night. And I can continue to validate the changes I'm making:-) Sounds good doesn't it--time will surely tell!

This weekend begins Daylight Saving Time (US).

A few years ago I mentioned here in my diary a woman who used to walk in my neighborhood. She'd go with a friend or by herself, but she would get out in nearly every kind of weather. I stopped her one day when I was going through my "pre-sleep apnea" junk and asked her what she ate to stay so slim and active. (Many people would think she was underweight and maybe she was, a little.) She said she'd given up meat some years before and ate fruit/veg. She was on no medication and really had no complaints when she went to the dr.

She ended up in the hospital at some point and it turned out that she was 92 when I talked to her. I wouldn't have brought up her age anyway--but I figured she was MAYBE 75.

I learned recently that she is very sensitive about her age after I talked to another neighbor (who is her fairly close friend). She didn't want anyone to have pre-conceived notions re: her age. I guess it doesn't matter what age we are for that feeling! (The 90-something lady is now in a nursing home--but reportedly she's still going fairly strong.)

I think I'm going to start telling people I'm 68 (even if they don't ask--haha)--so they can marvel at how young I look!

Circuit Workouts/Wt Trng Scheduled/Done: ::10.25::10.28::***40 Missed***::3.1::3.5::3.8::

Plan for today: Walk, Circuit Workout, Airdyne


60 oz Water * 9 hrs Sleep

Goals (12.15.11) . . .
1: Better Blood Vessel Health 2: Wt Loss to Mid-Range of Healthy BMI 3: Peace of Mind

grannyannie on 03/05/2013:
Wow! I've met a few women who were 90+ and you never would have known it! Good idea to add a few years so they can marvel at how great you look. I think I'll start saying I'm 80! LOL.

Daylight savings already? Hmm..guess I'd better keep that in mind for when I Skype my family.


grannyannie on 03/05/2013:
Just checked. We usually do this a week apart, but I see you do it on the 10th and we don't do it till the 31st.


thenewMLE on 03/05/2013:
It's amazing how differently people age! It's really noticeable when you go to a school or family reunion and you see people that you KNOW are your age and wonder what do they do differently. (good or bad!) I can tell you the fact that the lady stayed active with her walking really improved her chances of longevity. The sad thing is when the mind doesn't stay as healthy. One of my aunts in the pic has the beginnings of Alzheimer's and her mother (my grandmother) died of dementia. She was thin and physically healthy but her mind was gone. So sad when my other grandmother was as sharp as a tack, still doing her taxes when she died at 95, but was overweight and suffered with her ankles and knees. Thanks for the daylights saving time reminder! I'm looking forward to it so that I can resume liking my after work bike rides and not being so stressed with the darkness.


Puddles on 03/05/2013:
Great idea I might just tag on 10 years. Anything for a boost of ego. lol My grandmother lived to be 96 and she lived alone and one week everything started to go and she died what a life she had. A strong Irish old broad with 9 kids and lived on a farm. I was raised on that farm and remember her very well. She died when I was 30 yrs old. They say I have a little bit LOL LOL of her stuborness LOL WHO ARE THEY TALKING ABOUT LOL . We are only as old as we think we are. Our mind has a wonderful gift of keeping us young. Have a great day.


V on 03/05/2013:
Wowsers on the lady's age, god bless her and may she always be 75 at heart <3 I am pretty excited about DST :) Well maybey not losing an hour of sleep but I will adjust ;) LOL I guess i could use my bra but my tits are so small now so it is just as bad as tying the band together. hahahahah Have a good one Biscotti :)


Umpqua on 03/06/2013:
Wow, amazing and I can only aspire to be like your neighbor. I do remember you mentioning her and I'm glad she's doing so well. I hope you have an excellent day!



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