Let me catch you up on my weekend. Saturday I woke up feeling sooo great about my success so far that I almost didn't want to take my day off. Almost. I started my day with a workout with Jillian Michaels - 30 Day Shred as I took friday for my day off from working out. Then had a grapefruit with some string cheese and a few almonds. Then I planned on going to Chili's for lunch so I could get my chips & salsa craving under control. We got there and I ordered some chips & salsa and a cup of potato soup. I loved the chips and salsa and was sooo full after I finished the soup. Then I didn't eat much until that night I went to dinner and a movie with my friend Terra, we went to Olive Garden and I did good, nice big salad with dressing on the side, only 2 breadsticks opposed to my typical 4+ and then when my meal came I only ate half. I was pretty proud of myself and I didn't feel like I indulged too much but my day off cost me 2lbs. I was amazed that just one day of naughtiness could cause that. I also didn't get my water that day, I drank probably 1 1/2 liters... if that. I woke up sunday not feelining my very best, not sure if it was the day of naughtiness or just a bug, but I was not feeling my best at all. I did however get in all my meals and my exercise. I did my Jillian Michaels - 30 Day Shred and felt a little better, but still not my best. Here were my meals for sunday
1 - Green Smoothie and string cheese
2 - Oatmeal with fruit and egg whites
3 - Grapefruit with an egg and some whole wheat toast
4 - Steak wrap with spinach and walnuts
5 - Cottage cheese with yogurt and almonds
I think I am starting to see a trend here. I need to change up my meals so I am not eating the exact same things each day. I am going to set a goal that at least one of my daily meals is something new.
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