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grannyannie - Tuesday Jan 26, 2016
(Clean eating - serious workouts)
Weight: 144.3

I was a bit more indulgent today than I planned.  But I'm losing so I hope this doesn't put me back.  

Rode our bikes to lunch.  About 12 miles roundtrip.  

We are giving up the rental car on Sunday so it was our last chance to drive to a certain coastal restaurant that we love.  Great for sunsets, at least when it's not too cloudy. 

Menu:  

  • B:  porridge/raisins/soy milk, toast, yogurt, tea
  • S:  Americano and small biscuits/crackers
  • L:  plain omelette and fries, mango smoothie
  • D:  Vegetarain dinner for two: 
  • spring rolls
  • mushroom soup in a coconut shell
  • green curry with veggies and tofu
  • Chinese spinach with garlic and soy sauce
  • plate of stir fried veggies
  • steamed jasmine rice
  • veggie fried rice
  • As for drinks, hubby was driving and I had 3, yes 3, gin and tonics


Too cloudy but I got these photos at dinner:

 

 

 

Progress as of today: 22.7 lbs lost so far, only 5.3 lbs to go!

puddles on 01/26/2016:
Beautiful photos - would love to eat at that table in front of that scene. Enjoy Annie

grannyannie on 01/26/2016:
At low tide you can sit at tables right on the beach. We did that last year.


innerpeace on 01/26/2016:
Cloudy or not, great views! Enjoy.

grannyannie on 01/26/2016:
Thanks! We did. Now back to behaving myself.



grannyannie - Monday Jan 25, 2016
(Clean eating - serious workouts)
Weight: 144.5

Wild night last night!  No, not that!    The rain was pouring, thunder, wind.  One of the staff came to the house to tell us they had rescued our inflatable kayak on the beach.  The beach had disappeared under water.  Big waves.  They were battering the seaside restaurants.  This was a surprise as it's not the rainy season any more and it's been sunny and dry.  Forecast is for the next 3 days.  

Managed to get to the gym.  Hubby drove me as it's hard to find a parking space at the resort I go to.  He also picked me up when I was done. What a sweetheart!  

Gym:  

  • 3 x 12 upper body with dumbbells - 11 routines
  • 3 x 10 lunges, side lunges, squats, calf lifts
  • 15 mins elliptical intervals
  • 5 mins bike intervals

Home:

  • 3 x 10 abs, bridge, planks, pushups, triceps dips
  • 3 x 10 w/ankle weights for glutes and thighs

Menu:

  • B:  porridge/raisins/cinnamon, soy milk, toast, yogurt, tea
  • S:  large cappuccino, sm biscuit/crackers
  • L:  glass noodle soup with veggies, green tea
  • S:  soup wore off - toast with pbj
  • D:  noodles with cashews, tofu, herbs and optional parmesan to sprinkle on top, lemongrass tea
  • S:  apple

An example of restaurant prices here:  lunch today:

Husband had a big bowl of red curry and veggies with tofu and rice, soda water with lime

I had a big bowl of glass noodle soup with tons of veggies, a mug of hot green tea

Total price:  225 baht - about £4.50 or $6.50.  (we use both US dollars and GB pounds). 

Progress as of today: 22.5 lbs lost so far, only 5.5 lbs to go!

Horn_Of_Plenty on 01/25/2016:
Seems overall the world is getting a lot more storms from Mother Nature. Over here, we had a crazy blizzard in the Northeast. 2nd biggest ever documented.

That's great your husband drove you to the gym - very sweet indeed. And you know what - I actually got to the gym too - i'm gonna write about it tonight as it was quite the adventure :) and worth it - really proud of myself!

sorry to write so much about myself in comments...I like to relate to everyone's entry and usually share how I relate lol.

wishing you improved weather! green tea is def a good change of pace for caffeine. healthier i'd say. sometimes I get sick of its taste though!

grannyannie on 01/25/2016:
The weather is going nuts. First time ever for snow in Hong Kong and other places.

Well done on the gym! The one I go to here is 0.6 miles away and I usually cycle there.


puddles on 01/25/2016:
Wow I got all excited when you said you had a wild night almost started getting jealous but then realize you where talking about weather... lol We single women pick up on those details... lol. Glad to hear that you are safe and hope it will all settle down soon. Have a great evening Annie.

grannyannie on 01/26/2016:
LOL. Calm down!


innerpeace on 01/25/2016:
Those are pretty reasonable prices. Glad you find time to exercise.

grannyannie on 01/26/2016:
Plenty of time for exercise here! Some fun, some not so fun.



grannyannie - Sunday Jan 24, 2016
(Clean eating - serious workouts)
Weight: 144.5

More scale movement!

Hubby is catholic and he lured me to a Thai mass with him this morning with the promise of a breakfast out.  Breakfast is the only meal we normally eat at home.  

Walking to the restaurant for dinner - about 2 miles roundtrip. 

Menu:

  • B:  toast, yogurt and tea at about 7:00
  • Brunch/second breakfast at 10:00 after mass:  1 piece of French toast (no syrup just a wee bit of powdered sugar), 2 eggs, bacon, 2 'sausages' (actually were more like tiny hot dogs), small oj, coffee with milk
  • S:  cantelope, pineapple, 1/2 pbj sandwich
  • D:  probably a curry with tofu
  • S:  apple

Some people think this island (or Thailand in general) is primitive.  Snapped these while shopping:

 

 

A few of the imports:

Progress as of today: 22.5 lbs lost so far, only 5.5 lbs to go!

puddles on 01/24/2016:
Interesting Annie - All in thai dollars. You having any problems with the language on the island. Anyway have a great evening.

grannyannie on 01/24/2016:
Lots of staff at restaurants and where we live have very limited English, but there is always someone who can speak reasonable or very good English. In the supermarkets I can't ask staff who are stocking shelves any questions because they are almost guaranteed not to be able to speak English. We don't find it a problem though, even at the markets where we haggle over prices. I know two words in Thai - how to greet them and how to say thank you.

Yes, all prices are in Thai baht. Imported stuff is quite expensive and I do buy some.

Tourists here are French, German, Russian, Chinese, Australian, East Europeans, British, and a few Americans. Tourists must be able to speak English to communicate here as that what Thais are taught.


Horn_Of_Plenty on 01/24/2016:
supermarket looks like it has a lot. And yes, I did think of Thailand as primitive. it really isn't? all because they import - but isn't it more for the tourists, the imports? I'd love to hear more!

congrats on the scale movement.

your hubby sounds wonderful to challenge you to come with him to mass and have breakfast out. it's nice to do different things, not always stick to a schedule. that's what I find nice about your morning with your hubby.

if I am ever in a real romantic relationship, I know I would love to be challenged and pushed to do new and exciting things by my potential partner. I find it very important.

grannyannie on 01/24/2016:
I'd guess that the imports are purchased mainly by tourists, but I see lots of Thais consuming KFC, Starbucks, etc. I ran out of sunscreen so bought a brand I'm familiar with - Banana Boat. Also eye wash was a UK brand. Lots of imported alcohol and sweets. Thai products are quite cheap. The bottled water (you can't drink out of the tap) is 50 baht per case of 12 singles - about $1.50. Food at the traditional Thai restaurants is very cheap.

I have been to mass with him before, like xmas day. And I was curious about mass in Thai language. But I'm no longer catholic.

Yes, adventure and trying new things is good! And a partner who will do them with your.



grannyannie - Saturday Jan 23, 2016
(Clean eating - serious workouts)
Weight: 146.3

Have a healthy weekend everybody!

Gym:  

  • 3 x 12 upper body with dumbbells - 11 routines
  • 3 x 10 lunges, side lunges, squats, calf lifts
  • 15 mins elliptical intervals
  • 5 mins bike intervals

Home:

  • 3 x 10 abs, bridge, planks, pushups, triceps dips
  • 3 x 10 w/ankle weights for glutes and thighs

Menu:

  • B:  porridge/raisins/cinnamon, soy milk, toast, cantelope, tea
  • S:  Americano and a few small biscuits (actually in the cafe they are labeled as crackers - very little sugar)
  • L:  pumpkin and tofu curry with rice (a mix of jasmine/brown and another)
  • D:  pad thai with tofu, soda water
  • S:  apple

 Some pics of the inside of the temple that I posted yesterday:

 

Progress as of today: 20.7 lbs lost so far, only 7.3 lbs to go!

cybermom4 on 01/23/2016:
You are so well planned!!! Have a wonderful day :-)

grannyannie on 01/23/2016:
Thanks. Same to you!


puddles on 01/23/2016:
Unreal how beautiful works of art. Thanks for sharing Annie.

grannyannie on 01/23/2016:
You're welcome Fran!


Donkey on 01/23/2016:
Beautiful pictures! I enjoyed reading your menu & routine :-)

grannyannie on 01/23/2016:
Thanks!



grannyannie - Friday Jan 22, 2016
(Clean eating - serious workouts)
Weight: 146.0

Scale movement!  

Went to the immigration office today to get our 30 day extension - we got a visa for 60 days but are staying for 90.  I was thrilled that it was so fast this time.  We waited until about 45 mins before the office closes for lunch and it only took us 30 minutes!  

Then we went into the capital for lunch.  I wanted a ham and cheese baguette (with fries) but resisted and got glass noodle soup with veggies.  Very little fat.

I looked up the calories of the bottles of beer we drink - the small bottle is 330ml or just over 11 oz.  Online is says it is 115 or 130 calories (depending on the source) which is not bad at all.  Except when you have 2 or 3!

Menu:

  • B:  porridge/raisins/cinnamon/soy milk, toast, cantelope, tea
  • S:  Americano
  • L:  glass noodle soup with veggies, diet coke
  • S:  packet of saltines
  • D:  planning on ordering glass noodle soup with pork or chicken as I'm a bit short of protein today, soda water with lime
  • S:  eating the last packet (of 6) saltines and not buying them again!

A temple near our house:

Progress as of today: 21 lbs lost so far, only 7 lbs to go!

OhioRaven on 01/22/2016:
Nice Temple, Annie. Have a Healthy Day.

grannyannie on 01/22/2016:
Thanks, OR. Think I did okay!


Horn_Of_Plenty on 01/22/2016:
Temple is so intricately designed wow! so pretty - it looks very small though!

Glad your visas worked out!

When I calculate calories off restaurant food, they are only my educated guess. :) I try my best based on what I know - I've been counting for so long it's been ingrained in my mind. SO.....yeah :)

nice job resisting the higher cal food.

enjoy your remaining time away. sounds so nice!

grannyannie on 01/22/2016:
You should see the inside - carvings everywhere! I'll post some more pics of it tomorrow.

Visa was pretty much guaranteed but it was nice to get that out of the way.

I know calories of the foods I normally eat, but here there are veggies I've never heard of and there's no way to know everything that's in a dish - fish sauce, oyster sauce, coconut milk or cream, etc etc. Sharing rice with hubby was a good plan though, so I never eat a full portion.

Yes, it's our home away from home. We'll also be here for 3 months next winter.


puddles on 01/22/2016:
Real pretty Annie. Have a great evening.

grannyannie on 01/22/2016:
Thanks. Same to you.



grannyannie - Thursday Jan 21, 2016
(Clean eating - serious workouts)
Weight: 147.1

Groan.  Scale looks real bad.  Got to do something right now.  Going to change my gym schedule to every other day instead of 3 days a week. Need to do my very best to resist beer.  I've got a bottle of gin in the house now (why did I buy that???) but that will be just a very occasional treat. 

I've been increasing some of the dumbbells at the gym (so a wee bit of my gain could actually be muscle) as some are getting too easy.  Biceps curls are getting too easy on 6 kgs, but I think 7 would be too heavy.  I've increased another from 4 to 5 kg but only do 8 reps instead of 12 for now. Shoulder shrugs are on 9kg as are calf lifts. 

Gym:  

  • 3 x 12 upper body with dumbbells - 11 routines
  • 3 x 10 lunges, side lunges, squats, calf lifts
  • 15 mins elliptical intervals
  • 5 mins bike intervals

Home:

  • 3 x 10 abs, bridge, planks, pushups, triceps dips
  • 3 x 10 w/ankle weights for glutes and thighs

Menu:

  • B:  porridge/raisins/cinnamon, soy milk, toast, canteloupe, tea
  • L:  we were too late leaving for the coffee shop for our late morning coffees.  So we had lunch there.  Disappointed.  Great coffees but not such great food.  I ordered a shrimp appetizer in tamarind sauce, and was told they didn't have them (I know these are yummy).  So I just picked chicken strips in sesame - deep fried.  Yuck!!!  It was horrible and then I felt guilty for eating deep fried.  Couldn't finish it.  Came home and had a piece of toast with pbj and a wee carton of chocolate soy milk.
  • D:  veggie fried rice and shrimp (from a restaurant that does one that isn't oily)
  • S:  packet of saltines

We were late leaving the house because hubby was booking our tickets to the US for June - family visit.  

Rode our bikes to dinner and stopped at the 'watering hole' on the way home.  However, I had a bottle of water instead of beer.  Hubby had 2 beers. 

Progress as of today: 19.9 lbs lost so far, only 8.1 lbs to go!

OhioRaven on 01/21/2016:
Gin and Deep fried chicken ! What were you thinking ?

grannyannie on 01/21/2016:
I bought the gin, haven't drunk it yet! And the chicken was a small amount of strips. (hanging head in shame)


Horn_Of_Plenty on 01/21/2016:
hey lady...I wouldn't mess too much with your workouts - you are already extremely active...

it's 20% exercise, 80% diet.....yeah, I know....

grannyannie on 01/21/2016:
Yep, at the most 20%.


Horn_Of_Plenty on 01/21/2016:
oh, and yes, maybe you did gain some muscle from all your activity and weights!

grannyannie on 01/21/2016:
I'm sure I've gained some muscle but also fat as my bikini tops and bras tell me! And on my belly.


puddles on 01/21/2016:
I hear ya time to nip it in the butt. Your right the boobs and the belly are a sure sign of things have to change. Do your best Annie but don't forget to enjoy.

grannyannie on 01/21/2016:
Yes, I'll enjoy myself but I'll enjoy more when the bikini tops and bras are more comfy! :)


Awesome50 on 01/21/2016:
I agree ... Boobs and belly tell all. For me it's especially the belly. Your work outs I thought have been great as is but you know best what works for you. Enjoy your day!

grannyannie on 01/21/2016:
Can't hurt to do a bit more - it really just means one extra workout every 2 weeks.

Thanks.


liza36 on 01/21/2016:
I think it's great you've increased your weights - a great sign of your strength!

grannyannie on 01/21/2016:
Yea, it feels great to increase the weights! I'll have to buy some heavier ones when I get home.


Maria7 on 01/21/2016:
I'm like that with ice cream.

grannyannie on 01/21/2016:
Love ice cream!! Watched some people eating ice cream sundaes while eating dinner last night and I was drooling!



grannyannie - Wednesday Jan 20, 2016
(Clean eating - serious workouts)
Weight: 144.7

Didn't manage to resist last night and had a small beer with dinner.  Bought a small bottle of gin to make my own lower calories drinks at home.  Wish I could buy low cal tonic like I drink at home. Doesn't help when we are out though.  

Menu:

  • B:  porridge/raisins/cinnamon/soy milk, toast, yogurt, tea
  • S:  Americano and sm biscuits
  • L:  chicken/lemongrass/veggie wrap, lemongrass tea
  • S:  sm packet of saltines
  • D:  red curry with veggies and tofu, 1/2 portion rice, soda water with lime, diet coke NO BEER
  • S:  packet of saltines, soda water w/low cal orange drink

One of my foot pics while on our beach today:

Progress as of today: 22.3 lbs lost so far, only 6.7 lbs to go!

OhioRaven on 01/20/2016:
Your toes in the water. Your ass in the sand.

grannyannie on 01/20/2016:
No, ass is on the lounger. Hate getting sand in my bikini bottoms!


puddles on 01/20/2016:
Damn beer is good.... lol Your just going to have to go with it Annie. Hot weather, bike ride, beer time... lol

grannyannie on 01/20/2016:
LOL, you're a bad influence Fran! You know I'm easily lead astray.


Horn_Of_Plenty on 01/20/2016:
yes, low cal drinks do the job (make us feel good) just as good as high cal beer does!

grannyannie on 01/20/2016:
I love having iced tea with curries, but all the ones I can get in restaurants are high sugar and high cal. :( But soda water with lime is nice. I've got cases of diet coke and pepsi in the house. I know they are bad.


Horn_Of_Plenty on 01/20/2016:
proud of you....on no beer! I know diet drinks aren't good, but I still drink them too. I worry more about calories than anything else.

grannyannie on 01/20/2016:
I need to keep this up as I'm gaining! Wish I could count calories here as having set limits makes it much easier for me. But there is absolutely no way to know the calories in restaurants here.



grannyannie - Tuesday Jan 19, 2016
(Clean eating - serious workouts)
Weight: 144.7

Took a drive to the capital of the island - Nathon.  Need more souvenirs for family and friends.  I've got most of them but need more.  

Giving up the rental car on Jan 31st and I know I'll miss it.  But it means more bike riding and walking.  We're stocking up on heavy stuff like cases of bottled water before we give it up.  We need to buy another big crate to store our stuff in for next year.  We can store one crate free and pay small fees for the rest.  Last year we only had one crate. There is now absolutely nothing else we need to buy for the house.  We have A/C but also use fans in the house.  One is provided but we bought a second for the bedroom.  Also bought a scale, kettle (I don't like the one they provide), bigger tea mugs, extra rubbish bin, ankle weights, and other misc household stuff.  We'll also have to store the bikes, the inflatable tandem kayak, the paddles. 

I have got to find the right bras for a hot climate!  It's got be lightweight, wicking, but give me support.  I'm finding that one of my bikini tops is cooler than my bras but next year I need to get 4 or 5 really good ones. 

Gym:  

  • 3 x 12 upper body with dumbbells - 11 routines
  • 3 x 10 lunges, side lunges, squats, calf lifts
  • 15 mins elliptical intervals
  • 10 mins bike intervals

Home:

  • 3 x 10 abs, bridge, planks, pushups, triceps dips
  • 3 x 10 w/ankle weights for glutes and thighs

Menu:

  • B:  porridge/raisins/cinnamon, soy milk, toast, canteloupe, tea
  • S:  iced coffee with a scoop of vanilla ice cream
  • L:  chicken sandwich and small portion of fries, iced green tea (restaurant was also a bakery and I bought 2 loaves of freshly baked bread - resisted the muffins, cakes and pastries!)
  • D:  curry or soup or stir fry
  • S:  apple or saltines

Will try to resist beer!    

 

Progress as of today: 22.3 lbs lost so far, only 6.7 lbs to go!

OhioRaven on 01/19/2016:
Sounds like a really good vacation. Hope you can find the perfect outfit for next year.

grannyannie on 01/19/2016:
Thanks, OR! On a positive note I found some really good cooling prickly heat powder!


Horn_Of_Plenty on 01/19/2016:
smart to buy a scale.

maybe commit to less alchohol, if you are so inclined!, for the rest of the trip.

either way, enjoy yourself. :-D

grannyannie on 01/19/2016:
Yea, I have to be tougher! I think next time we stop at the new watering hole (which is a massage shop) I'll get a massage while hubby drinks beer.


puddles on 01/19/2016:
Even if we rent there are always some stuff we need or can't live without. I do the same every year I buy stuff for this condo. I always rent the same condo each year and I think some people try my new little items and decide they are pretty cool and bring them home with them because every year there are things that I got that are no longer here.... lol That is ok the other alternative would be to pack them all. Yes stocking up while you have the car is a great idea. Probably more accurate to wish you a good night Annie.

grannyannie on 01/19/2016:
Anything left behind in these houses is removed. So fortunately we can store our stuff here. I brought a lot of stuff last year as I didn't know what I could and couldn't buy here. I brought more than I needed. This year I knew.



grannyannie - Monday Jan 18, 2016
(Clean eating - serious workouts)
Weight: 144.7

Few clouds or breezes so hot day.  

Having a bit of 'intestinal problems' this morning so didn't make it to the gym.  Will have to switfch to Tues/Thurs/Sat. this week instead. 

Bike ride exploring back roads then stopped for dinner, then pub. 

Menu:

  • B:  porridge/raisins/cinnamon/soy milk, toast, canteloupe, tea
  • L:  spicy papaya/Thai noodle/peanut/tomato salad, soda water and lime
  • S:  still hungry so had some pbj on toast
  • D:  veggie stir fry on 1/2 portion rice, soda water and lime
  • S:  stopped at our new watering hole and had 1 1/2 beers (a wee bit less than 12 oz bottles)
  • S:  apple, vodka and melon drink (only bought 2 so won't buy more for a while)

Progress as of today: 22.3 lbs lost so far, only 6.7 lbs to go!

Horn_Of_Plenty on 01/18/2016:
I LOVE vodka drinks. In general, I love vodka. It mixes so well with sparkling water! And they have so many flavors of vodka. Rum isn't as good in seltzer bc I feel it's flavor is too strong?

I also sometimes switch my gym days when I need to.

Sounds like a scenic bike ride!

grannyannie on 01/18/2016:
Found this vodka drink in the supermarket and it has such a nice refreshing flavour. Made by Smirnoff - less than 12 oz bottle. Need to start making my own drinks though - less calories. We drink a lot of soda water with lime which is zero calories, might be good with gin? I like rum but only in Mai Tais.


OhioRaven on 01/18/2016:
GoodNight, Annie.

grannyannie on 01/18/2016:
Good morning, OR. :)


Awesome50 on 01/18/2016:
I admire how much bike riding you do. I don't own a bike, maybe buying one in the summer and re-learning to bike would be an option... Something for me to think about.

grannyannie on 01/18/2016:
We like to ride and do tons of it at home, but we have really good bikes at home. We'll be giving up our rental car Jan 31st so we'll be doing a lot more bike riding in Feb! Bicycling is such a pleasant way to exercise and the best way to notice scenery, etc.


H82BFat on 01/18/2016:
I'm jealous of your great weather! Your bike ride sounds awesome! I used to (about 17 years ago) ride my bike with my hubby, but he likes to go seriously "off road" a bit to much for me... had me in the woods, at night, on some kind of course & I almost coasted down a hill into a tree!! I was like: That's it, I'm out!!

grannyannie on 01/18/2016:
I prefer paved roads as well. Weather is good but often it is too hot. It would be better if it was less humid. The breeze helps a lot though.


puddles on 01/18/2016:
Bike ride, dinner, pub = maybe a beer or two... lol Take care Annie - have a great evening.

grannyannie on 01/18/2016:
Aye - bike ride = beer. You've got me pegged! LOL.



grannyannie - Sunday Jan 17, 2016
(Clean eating - serious workouts)
Weight: 144.7

No exercise today except for walking through malls.  Might walk to the restaurant for dinner if it isn't raining, which it's threatening to.  This restaurant is about 2.5 miles roundtrip. 

I'm thinking about our trip mid-Feb as something to think of as motivation.  I plan to indulge during those 3 days on another island since it will be an early birthday trip, and I've seen the menus online!!  

Menu:

  • B:  porridge/raisins/cinnamon/soy milk, yogurt, toast, tea
  • S:  Americano and small biscuits
  • L:  pad thai with shrimp, mango smoothie
  • D:  red curry with tofu and 1/2 portion of rice
  • S:  been craving something salty and bought a small packet of BBQ potato chips

 

Progress as of today: 22.3 lbs lost so far, only 6.7 lbs to go!

OhioRaven on 01/17/2016:
Have a Good Day, Annie.

grannyannie on 01/17/2016:
Thanks. Nearly bedtime now!


puddles on 01/17/2016:
Have a great sleep Annie.

grannyannie on 01/17/2016:
Thanks Fran.


OhioRaven on 01/17/2016:
GoodMorning,Annie !

grannyannie on 01/17/2016:
Thanks OR. Morning here - 8:17. And 8:17 pm for you. :)



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