Sunday, November 13, 2011

CDCC #10

Weigh in: 329 (-0)
Water: over 100 oz 4/7
Food: veggies every day! under caloric limit (shifts when I work out) 4/7
Workout: 6/7 missed a swim class.
10 week total: - 14lbs (one lb till pedicure!)

Maintaining again. Which is frustrating. I've lost three weeks of possible negative numbers fighting (or rather giving in to) my hibernation urges.

Normally I weigh in twice a week before swim class. It's consistent. Swimsuit, same scale, same time of day. Tuesday, I was actually up to 334... then yesterday when I went for the swim I owed myself, I was back to 329. Ultimately, it's maintenance. But I'm feeling really good about being able to bring that number BACK after crazy eating last weekend.

Here's a shout out to Jillian! Sorry I couldn't see a negative number with you this week. But I'll race you on this next one. :)

Before and After pics!  I'm really appreciating the narrower waist.

I put on a dressy tank top that was just too snug the last time I tried it on. It's better now... but not entirely. Here's going for christmas!
Sept 14

Nov 11

I'm trying to come up with a game plan for Thanksgiving. We're not crazy foodies at my house so there will probably be a lot of boxed/pre-made food going around the table. I need to come up with a healthy contribution. It's exciting to go home though. Mom has a drier and apple core/slicer thingy. Gonna make me some dehydrated apples, bananas and blueberries. My produce costs are going up and it sucks to have fruits go to waste... hopefully this will make it easier to make better decisions.

Big fat maintaining love,


  1. I'm sorry it's a frustratng time for you. Just keep working through the issues and strategies. Strategy is crazy important this time of year. The Feast Landmine period.

    I recommend you make that turkey and make a lot of veggie sides and only one treat side. Seriously, just one sort of minimal treat (be it a family traditional dessert or whatever). Turkey is protein and lean. No problem. Load up on turkey breast all you want. Eat veggies galore. Make 3 or 4 veggies, different colors. Maybe one starchy (taters, sweet taters, corn) and all the rest non-starchy (salad, green beans, broccoli, collards, carrots, etc). That way, the main meal is really very light and you can have one nice minimal indulgence (be it a sliver of pumpkin or apple pie or some special casserole or etc).

    The idea is to have mostly filling and satisfying lighter options (lots protein and veggies above all to satisfy). Roast turkey is one of the saner things we have in holiday feasts...might as well go all out and enjoy it with the aujus.

    Wishing you a great fresh week to make the good habits stick. I totally send lower scale vibes for next weigh-in.

    God bless...

  2. I'm ready to race, got my running shoes on! 1,2,3, GO!

  3. Your progress pics say a lot about how well you're doing. Be sure to watch the salt in all that boxed food - start drinking your water early on Thanksgiving!

  4. Go Jillian and Nanette! You two can do it. Can´t wait to see who wins. :)

  5. Love your progress picture, you can see all the work you've been doing. Keep it up.
    Have a great week. take care and God Bless!!

  6. Awesome progress pictures! Keep it up. Goodness, I haven't even thought about Thanksgiving. i love princesses tips!!

    Before you know it, you are going to be out of school, in new fun clothes and on a plane to NYC!


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