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biscottibody59 - Monday Jan 14, 2002
(Circuit Aerobic Workout/WDDFW)
Weight: 162.0

Day 1

I made two meals (bkfst & lunch) "on diet" and then I think boredom set in and went out for dinner--didn't overeat and my goal for today is to do the same--breakfast was my "bust" meal so lunch and dinner will be "on diet." No, I don't plan to make this a habit! Drank >60 oz water. I did two 15-min walks.

Today my weight is at 162. Plan for today: sauteed chicken and steamed broccoli with some shredded wheat (6) for lunch and more chicken and a vegetable plus a salad for dinner. I'll get in my NordicTrack workout at some point and a couple of 10-15 min walks.

Hope your diet and exercise day goes well . . . Until tomorrow!

CharlieAngel on 01/14/2002:
I really do think that preparation and convenience is the key. If you plan ahead and make it easy for yourself to stick to it you will. Looks like that is what you are doing. Keep up the great work! Have a great day! Charlotte

noshie on 01/14/2002:
Sounds good! You can do it, we all will. ;) I sent a email to Rader but have not heard a word. Hope they all are fine, I miss Windsong and all her heart filled responses to all. Take care and have a successful day! Love ya

SOU812? on 01/14/2002:
I wanted to drop in and say thanks for your words of encouragement. I am having another lazy day, going to bed early. I am going to try and resist the scale tomorrow. :0) I hope you have a good night. -Kelly

biscottibody59 - Friday Jan 11, 2002
(Circuit Aerobic Workout/WDDFW)
Weight: 162.0

Goal Weight: 134 on or about 23 April 2002 and Goal BMI of 23.0 as well. That's it--lofty goals being what they are--haha. Really, that's about 2 lbs per week (my current BMI is 27.8--it was 32.4 in June 2001).

I'm going to stay with my original plan, which is the plan I started with in June of 2001. I haven't totally analyzed my previous entries, but I'm certain I've changed or veered about 20 times. I've made excuses, I've deviated, changed goals, etc. That's okay to the extent I've been thinking out loud, but it hasn't really "worked" for me to reach a new low. I've got nothing else to say at this time.

I will most definitely be here to report on my progress and to encourage you in your work toward your weight loss aspirations. Have a great journey if I haven't commented to you lately or ever (for all the new names on here). I'll be reading, commenting and catching up in the days and weeks ahead.

Meanwhile I'm wondering about Rader, Lightning, Windsong, Zeppy (of course it's summer in Australia--so I can imagine she's at the beach every day), those are the ones that jump out of my memory. I hope they're just busy and will soon be back.

I counted 41 names the other day, so if you're new and aren't receiving the support or comments you need, please be patient, I know you'll feel good about your decision to lose weight and seek support very soon . . . Until tomorrow!

Maria7 on 01/11/2002:
You CAN do it! I'm cheering you on! Love, Maria

SoccerMom on 01/11/2002:
Lofty goals? Nah...YOU can do it, I know you can! (pom-pons all fluffy and ready to cheer ya on!)

I've been wondering about some of the Missing Members, too....hope they come back soon.

Have a wonderful weekend!

Soon2BThin on 01/11/2002:
Hey, you sound a little aggravated with yourself to me, I may be reading you wrong. Heaven knows, I know that feeling well. But, you know, I just looked at your progress report & I think you're doing great. If you notice, you have been on a downward trend for the past 8 months. Wow!! I admire that & envy it too. But you deserve it. Maybe, as you said, you've "made excuses, deviated, changed goals, etc." but who here hasn't done that?! You keep up the good work, I'm cheering for you, okay?

biscottibody59 - Wednesday Jan 09, 2002
(Circuit Aerobic Workout/WDDFW)
Weight: 162.0

Hi and thanks for the great comments!

Things are going OK family-wise. I got in at least a 15 min walk the last few days (1/6-1/8) and then, yesterday, 40 min at the mall. I just haven't done anything else like bike or skier. Anyway, I've gone a few days without Taco Bell. Why would someone who has a couple pounds of lovely shrimp in the fridge go to Taco Bell instead?

Here's where I am. I'm not moving weight wise (GOOD!). I'm not terribly motivated to lose at this time (BAD!). I keep thinking I DESERVE to have my cake and eat it too (VERRRRY BAD!). I'm going to take 48 hours and explore what I really want out of my body and I'm either going to settle for this (for now) and then renew "dieting" later and just exercise or I'm going to get back into it with reckless abandon and just keep the faith that I'll lose. (As written it sounds like a total no-brainer, but ya' know, I'm ONLY human!) . . . Until tomorrow!

For decades, two heroic statues, one male and one female, faced each other in a city park, until one day an angel came down from heaven. "You've been such exemplary statues," he announced to them, "That I'm going to give you a special gift. I'm going to bring you both to life for thirty minutes, in which you can do anything you want." And with a clap of his hands, the angel brought the statues to life.

The two approached each other a bit shyly, but soon dashed for the bushes, from which shortly emerged a good deal of giggling, laughter, and shaking of branches. Fifteen minutes later, the two statues emerged from the bushes, wide grins on their faces.

"You still have fifteen more minutes," said the angel, winking conspiratorially. Grinning even more widely the female statue turned to the male statue and said, "Great! Only this time you hold the pigeon down and I'll sh*t on its head."

noshie on 01/09/2002:
Go fiqure it out and then we will soon see you rockin! Take care of yourself and have a good day today!! Love ya

kyrin on 01/09/2002:
You are <i>soooo</i> bad. {grins} I had to scroll back up to see whose page I was reading. I could have sworn it was some of Jelly Belly's nonsense.

Thaks for the chuckles!


halley on 01/09/2002:
You are 20 pounds lighter than you were this time last year - its your decision, but I'd say - stay the course!

Butterf;y21373 on 01/09/2002:
Don't give up!!!!!! You can do it! (-: Karen

biscottibody59 - Sunday Jan 06, 2002
(Circuit Aerobic Workout/WDDFW)
Weight: 162.0

Hi to all of you!

Just a quick one here--I did my quota of exercise. Got in a 15 min and 20 min walk for yesterday. I had planned to do the Circuit Aerobic Workout--no go. Anyway, on the fast food front, I did eat at Taco Bell out of not planning (overcome by events) and sheer desperation and lack of food in the house. I didn't OVEREAT, so I won in that respect. Gotta do MAJOR grocery shopping today and have to deal with a family issue regarding my neice--I guess I'll know more later today. Her immediate family just seems to be unraveling. Sooooo, what a great time to be dealing with my own junk and other stuff that I've wanted to help with but haven't been asked to help with until now.

Gotta go . . . am gonna drink all my water today and get some more exercise (did almost a 15 min walk--it usually take 15, but the dog was walking faster than usual:-) . . . Until tomorrow.

kyrin on 01/06/2002:
Hey there!

You're making steps forward. You didn't plan, but you did well in that you were conscious of not eating too much. ...And you did really well with yesterday's walking, too!

Good for you, Biscotti!



Koko on 01/07/2002:
Yeah on exercise and not overeating at taco bell. That's a huge victory. Hope everything turns out ok on the family/home life front.

biscottibody59 - Saturday Jan 05, 2002
(Circuit Aerobic Workout/WDDFW)
Weight: 162.0

Hi to you all and thanks for the fine comments--encouraging and uplifting as usual--ya'll are great! There were 31 names ahead of me with Jan 4 dates--wow!

Soon2BThin gets credit for originating the challenge of getting at least 20 min of exercise in EVERY DAY. Thanks!

The 20 min is staying in the back of my mind (so far) and I'm complying. I got in a 20 min dog walk on 1.3.02 (Thursday) and then for 1.4 (Friday) I did 39 min of NordicTrack (pre-breakfast) with 10 min of that on the first incline.

On the fast food front, I had a really bad hamburger from Sonic (I was reallllly hungry). The only consolation was that it wasn't Taco Bell, so that's progress (hahaha???). I really need to pay attention to preparing my food in advance for these weak moments. I haven't completely finished watching the Oprah thing, but MY main reason for eating when not hungry is boredom and a close second, stress.

The stress reason broken down is probably closely tied to feelings of innefectiveness in a given situation--the eating distracts me momentarily and then I get the added bonus of subsequently beating myself up for slipping. This whole thing only takes the time of the actual act of eating and then I go on to the next thing--I don't linger in beating myself up.

As I write this, I'm thinking and analyzing and asking, "How sick is that?" and "What a total waste--next time, THINK!" I guess this is self-discovery, if not a little "belly button lint examination" hahaha.

A particular talk show host asked the question of his guests, "Are bulimics throwing up more after September 11th?" I just threw that in because it seemed like an odd question.

Well, I have the completion of my exercise to fall back on--but I know in the long run, just exercise will not be enough to reach my goal. I'm still trying . . . until tomorrow!

pastagal on 01/05/2002:
Hope you have a nice weekend,,,i really enjoyed oprahs show the other day,,i got alot out of it and it just made alot of sense to me,,,hope you find it helpful to,,,,everything small change you make will help you get to your goal:}}

nsbratt on 01/05/2002:
That is an odd question, why would someone ask something like that? I kinda know where you're coming from with the hamburger with me it's not being hungry it's just chocolate,I lose all thought until after I've already eaten it then beat myself up for about an hour and the heck with it after it's gone there's not a thing I can do about it except work extra hard not to do it again.Anyway,we all have to do a little self analyzing and clean out that lint now and then, you have a grat week-end and keep up the exercising,you're on the right track.

RareDiamond on 01/05/2002:
Looks like you are doing great on the exercise front keep up the good work! Happy Saturday to you.

Prudy158 on 01/05/2002:
You are doing great with your exercise! We all are going to "slip" ..I think you have to just get back up and keep going when u do. Good Luck

pinkuspettuty on 01/05/2002:
not getting stuck on beating yourself up is really important!!! pink

halley on 01/05/2002:
Looks like you've made some progress - but can you put it into action?

kyrin on 01/05/2002:
I'm sorry that you also feel the need to beat yourself up sometimes. I am working on that little voice in my head. He sounds a whole lot like my dad...and sometimes the sterner me. I don't like hearing it, especially when I <i>am</i> trying. That thing even belittles my most valiant efforts as perhaps not being enough. Indeed, fearing that they won't be enough. So, I'm working on quieting the voice. Every once in a while, he/she peeks out from around a corner in my mind and makes a snide comment. Not so often any more. It's tough though...this being tough on ourselves.

Try to give yourself a break with the "bad" stuff, Biscotti. I'm trying to do the things that I do becasue I love them; and not make choices because I think that others are bad for me. Fear versus love? I think I'm going to go with love and see what happens. A little hamburger that you loved (or why order it)? That doesn't sound so bad.

If we want to cut down on the burgers and the other stuff that we love, maybe we just have to love our slimmer hips a little more than the burgers, huh? LOL



noshie on 01/05/2002:
So we whip out the wet noodles and give you 20 lashes Lash! Whip! Lash! Whip!! ewwww your all slimmy, now go shower. ;) Take care and keep exercising and making those healthy food choices! Love ya

SOU812? on 01/05/2002:
I can relate to you! I don't know why we do the things we do! I do have a nice quote for that subject, "Addiction is a disease of the mind that instills ignorance into even the most intelligent person" I wrote that one myself! I feel the word addiction can be anything; food, gambling, alcohol, drugs, shopping, etc. I want to thank you and everyone who made a comment today. You all really make me feel this really is worth it! I love being a part of this support group! Take Care and I hope you have a great weekend!

Journey to Life on 01/05/2002:
Congrats on stepping up to the 20 minute challenge and even going beyond! KUDOS to you!! Fast food is so convienent and tempting. Everyone messes up! (trust me-I know first hand) So just give yourself a "you should have known better" and move on! No reason to make yourself black and blue with the self beatings! God Bless, Donna

Beck on 01/05/2002:
It's good that you are analyzing yourself and coming up with reasons to why you eat.

Have a great day,


biscottibody59 - Thursday Jan 03, 2002
(Circuit Aerobic Workout/WDDFW)
Weight: 162.0

Hope your diet & exercise plans are going well!

I got in a 20-min walk plus 38 min on the NordicTrack. I drank about 45 oz water; ate at Taco Bell, so I had a Pepsi, but that's it--my plan is to completely stay away from any fast food until I get to 142. Funny, but during the holidays I didn't eat at Taco Bell except once or twice and I didn't gain. It's the food that I almost always eat late in the evening, thus weight gain!

This is one I'm not planning to fail at, ya'll! So, I'm gonna be completely accountable about it, and I want you to have your wet noodle ready to give me 20 lashes if you hear that I've failed, OK?

Apparently Oprah's starting some new diet/exercise plan on her show today--I'll probably record it and watch later. Was it JellyBelly or StellaStarr who originally planned this 20 min challenge? Thanks to YOU for suggesting it--it's working for me, so far. Until tomorrow . . .

CharlieAngel on 01/03/2002:
You really need to read Crittermama's entry from a few days ago. Don't be scared of failure, just don't allow failure to keep you from trying again. It's kind of like a fail until you succeed thing. You are doing good! Keep it up. As for the Oprah thing....let us know. I won't be home in time to watch and too late to tape now. Take care of YOU and have a blessed day... Love, Charlotte

SoccerMom on 01/03/2002:
Wait, wait! What 20-minute challenge?? I didn't hear about it. (Gee, ya stay away for a few weeks, and you're outta the loop! haha)

Whatever it is, I'm in (just tell me what I've got to do).

Have a great day!

Jelly Belly on 01/03/2002:
Not me! I'm just going with it too! I watched the Oprah thing. Pretty interesting. Now, I just have to figure out WHY I eat and stop it!

RareDiamond on 01/03/2002:
Great job on gettting your exercise in. Have a great evening!

Soon2BThin on 01/03/2002:
I think I originally started the 20 minute thing when I said I was going to exercise EVERY day AT LEAST 20 minutes, okay? Then Stella went with it & made it a challenge. I think she meant "20 minutes more than the usual", I'm not sure. I just meant 20 minutes total. Of course, most days I do a lot more than 20 minutes, it just sounds better to me to say "I only NEED to do 20 minutes", ya see? And maybe some days in the future I may only do 20 minutes, I don't know. But my plan is to exercise EVERY day. Let's see how long I can keep this up, huh? You are really doing great.

pastagal on 01/03/2002:
I watched Oprah today ,,,it was a great show and she had Bob Green on there,he has a new book coming out,can't wait to buy it and read it,,his plan is not a diet,,,but really makes alot of sense ,,,hope you taped it,,its worth watching:}

noshie on 01/04/2002:
20 lashes with a wet noodle, well there are a lot of us and that would make you pretty slimmmy by the time we were done so don't slip ;) Your doing great on the exercise! Keep it up and take care. Love ya

biscottibody59 - Wednesday Jan 02, 2002
(Circuit Aerobic Workout/WDDFW)
Weight: 162.0

Hidy Ho!

The hook's coming to get me off the stage, so very quickly . . . I did 31 min on the NordicTrack, pre-breakfast. That's my 20 ya'll!

I'm keeping my food diary, but I'm not ready to use FitDay totally yet. I'm pretty well convinced I'm going to avoid the soda for awhile (tough, but I hope it gets easier). Went to Red Lobster and ate 2.5 of those cheese biscuit thingys and the shrimp really lived up to its name--it was practically microscopic, hahahaha!

I gotta go. Will read and comment later, I've got a few of ya'll to really catch up with. Oh, and I'm reading Falling in Place by Ann Beattie this week. It's an "old" book, from the 70s. I'm also going to try to read a book per week or so. Gonna use that "fail 'til I succeed" method that Crittermama mentioned a couple days ago. Until tomorrow . . .

muggs on 01/02/2002:
It does get easier to do without the soda and it seems like the water satisfies your thirst better which is crazy since I always said that it was the other way around... hope it is for you too!

RareDiamond on 01/02/2002:
Great job with your exercise. I just love Red Lobster cheese biscuits. Have not had any in a while but they are the best.

pastagal on 01/02/2002:
Reading is good,,,,can't eat while reading,at least i can't and stay focused,,,so reading a book a week is good:} Have a wonderful day:}

Crittermama on 01/02/2002:
I love to read but with 4 kids and all the things I'm trying to achieve it's so difficult to find the time. I'm working on it, though. I'm glad you liked the "fail til you succeed" thing. I thought it was great and am thankful to the friend who sent it to me. Good luck to you in all you do.

biscottibody59 - Monday Dec 31, 2001
(Circuit Aerobic Workout/WDDFW)
Weight: 162.0

Hello and all good wishes to you all for 2002!

I have been doing a little walking for the last several days but not much else and my weight is down--I'm chalking that up to more body fat than lean, but I'm still gonna count it as a loss.

My other New Year's resolution is to cut down on the use of the "F" word. So that makes 2 resolutions--the other was to pay no library fines for the coming year.

I'm going to keep plugging along with my weight loss plans--both exercising and dieting (going to continue to use FitDay.com)--and see where I can end up. My poundage goal is around 125. I feel VERY optimistic at this juncture.

I must revisit my picture (the BEFORE one that I got back the other day) again. It's so awful. I was NOT an overweight child, but what the pic reminds me of is all the chubby little girls at the pool (when I WAS a kid). They all had this wall of fat on their torso and that's exactly what this picture looks like. It's not attractive, and personally, it denotes a lazy slob who doesn't know any better--someone who KEEPS sitting on the couch watching tv, drinking sodas, and eating Doritos; looks into the mirror every now and then and goes, "Gee, I wonder what this wall of fat is all about?" and goes back to the couch. Above all it's NOT me! It's NOT my self-image, but it's the image I project to the world. Imagine if I walked into any old grocery store in THAT swimsuit and stood in that profile in a place where no one could ignore me. Then, I had to do that every day for 6 months, I'm sure then I could find the motivation to lose this "fat wall."

I took one last 2001 photo the other day, because I know the profile has probably changed a bit (for the better since that 185-pound wall-of-fat torso pic way back in Jun '01). I swear to God I'm not going back there physically in this lifetime.

I'm gonna get that picture enlarged and "wallet sized" and I'll think about putting it on here--OKAY, if I make my 125 (about) goal, I solemnly swear I'll put it on here. (I still can't access the DD pic site.)

As I said in my last entry, I've been enjoying alot of crappy food and luscious fantastic rich food. And alot of soda. But I'll be going back to "the struggle" and I hope my reward for struggling will be getting into about a size 8 by the time spring arrives.

Here's to the end of my "wall of frontal fat!" Ya know since I was about 6 (when my best friend and I realized we couldn't go out of her backyard pool and into the street like my brother without our bikini tops--no, he didn't have to take HIS bikini top off!), I've wanted to go topless (just like the fatass (and belly) hayseed cornpone mother****er down the street does when he mows his ****ing lawn) and I'd still love to do it after I hone my new body. ****ing man's world! Sh*t! (I'd add hahahaha after--BUT it IS a ****ing man's world in this palindromic year of (almost) 2002!)

. . . and I'm in on the 20 min exercise challenge (whoever started it). Until next year . . .

CharlieAngel on 12/31/2001:
You said it girlfriend! You might want to read Crittermama's latest entry about failure. Gave me a whole lot to think about....So I am with you .....I will keep on failing until I succeed...but I sure won't give up!!! Take care and a fabulous first! Love, Charlotte

Jelly Belly on 12/31/2001:
That is too funny. I went to the library today with my head down and "resolved" not to have any overdues or fines in the New Year! Who would have thought that someone else out there was making that one of their resolutions too! You must post your pics! Email them to DVDmon. I get to the pic site by clicking on Herb's entry, scrolling down and clicking on the link.

halley on 12/31/2001:
I'm also in for the 20 minutes of exercise a day, I need to tighten my abs so I'll do crunches and streaches on Sundays when I am usually off from exercise. I hope you reach your goal!

muggs on 01/01/2002:
I'm with you on the library fines.. we used to tease about the East wing being funded by me! Regarding foul language.. I had the neatest opportunity to know a neighbor who had such a great influence on me. He never cursed... didn't even substitute another word for obsenities. And he didn't flinch when I let loose. I was so impressed by his lack of profanity.. like the saying goes.. the silence was deafening. I made up my mind that if it made such an impression on me.. it was worth going for. With very little effort, I was able to delete obsenities from my daily language. REALLY!!!! I'm so proud of me for making the decision and being able to do it. On the other hand... you don't want to be around when I hit my thumb with the hammer!!!!!! (All those bad words are still deep within my self-conscious)

Good luck with your resolutions!

Firebabe on 01/01/2002:
Hugs GF, damn you got me rolling around laughing reading your lastest (hehehe) you resolve to not pay overdue fines, and I'm resolving to just GO to the library on a regular basis!!! I've also resolved to read at least 25 good books this year and 1 book a month in the religion philosophy type section... I've missed you, and reading your entry, I remember even moreso why I love reading your DD entries. I think about you every morning with my Biscotti, stay strong girl, and don't ever let those bleepers (****ers) get to you!!!

biscottibody59 - Thursday Dec 27, 2001
(Circuit Aerobic Workout/WDDFW)
Weight: 164.0

Hello all!

I've been eating all the things of which I've deprived myself these last few months and enjoying the hell out of it all. Spinach dip, cookies, chips and alot of stuff I just haven't allowed myself to eat because I thought I'd go overboard. And I'm still gonna make pierogi and some other stuff before I stop.

I haven't worked out for about a week and I really didn't intend to. I've just been "lettin' it all hang out, honey!!!"

Speaking of hanging out, I got my pictures back from the roll that had my June, July, August, and September pictures (or should I say the roll that had my ROLLS) on it. It's really funny because they don't look all that different from one another except for the very first.

Strangely enough my boobs and belly stick out to precisely the same point in a vertical plane--call MIT quick--get me a mathematician and explain the significance of this. Ohhh woe is me, the heartbreak of "bust/belly equaliSIZulism" hahahaha. (To be honest, if I hadn't been there, I would have thought that I was purposely sticking my stomach out for effect!)

That's not the most significant thing though, I never in my life have taken a profile pic of myself in a bathing suit, soooo how was I supposed to know I was that FAT and absolutely miserable looking. I recommend anyone out there to do this if you never have. That is unless your self-image is right on the mark . . . apparently mine has been so OFF THE MARK for so long that I just couldn't see how unhealthy (among other things) that I look. I'm gonna take one more pic before the end of the year, just in case I truly go off the deep end and gain this all back. I'm optimistic that that won't happen, but HEY PEOPLE, I put it all on before, so I'm just trying to be realistic.

I'll try to get back and read ya'--but if I don't, I hope ya'll have a happy, safe and prosperous New Year!

kyrin on 12/27/2001:
Yeah, and monthly pics will help keep you motivated to keep on working on those changes. {grins} I guess it's time to start that again, huh? I'm not ready for measurements and pictures. LOL December 31st...what a way to celebrate New Year's eve, oh yeah.

Have fun with your food fest...


Jelly Belly on 12/27/2001:
Yup! Exactly what I've been doing--eating and letting it all hang out. Today is my first day back to healthy. Cheers to us. My before pic was my motivational picture to lose weight.

halley on 12/27/2001:
I know what you mean about our self image - mine was WAY off for quite some time!

biscottibody59 - Sunday Dec 23, 2001
(Circuit Aerobic Workout/WDDFW)
Weight: 164.0

Hi All,

I drank >40 oz water--the most water in a few days. No exercise--am really looking forward to Jan 1 in more ways than one. My only resolution so far is to once again NOT pay library fines. That's about all I can commit to for now.

Ya'll have a great holiday season!

halley on 12/24/2001:
Library fines? That's the first time I've heard of that NEw Years resolution! I'm glad to see that the Nordic Track is back!!! (and how nice that it is quiet now)

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