Yesterday’s eats were not the greatest (can you say “holiday party leftovers” and carb overload?), but at least the last of the TTOM bloat has finally left me. I’m beginning to think that I need to plan day trips any time I have a day off just to keep myself away from the kitchen, LOL. I honestly don’t know how you work-from-home chicas do it.
Craig Ballantyne just posted some specific photo requirements for the TT transformation challenge. Since I didn’t take my starting photos with a newspaper, I will probably have to start over tonight with new pics in the correct format. I’ll just count last week as my ramp up to the full challenge.
I left DH with a nice little grocery list and am keeping my fingers crossed that he won’t buy a ton of extras. I’ve managed to keep our grocery bill at $40-$45/week for the past two weeks, and fear that that DH will present me with an $80 receipt when I get home. When he is allowed to roam free in a grocery store without close supervision, stuff like Breyer’s ice cream, trail mix with M&Ms, beef jerky, and large canisters of irresistible cashews tend to appear in the pantry.
I’m going on junk food lockdown until the end of the month with the following exceptions:
– Company potluck lunch on 12/13
– My father’s birthday dinner on 12/21
– Xmas dinner with my family
This is one cheat meal per week.
– Shapeshift Top PC
– Intervals – Treadmill Run (60 second intervals at 3.5/8.5 mph x 6 sets)
M1: 40 g steel-cut oats, 30 g raisins
M2: 1/2 oz. walnuts
M3: 3 oz. chicken breast stir-fry with 1 c. veggie mix, 30 g oats
M4: 2 oz. turkey breast, 1 t. hot sauce, 1 T. ANPB, 1 small apple
M5: 3 oz. turkey breast, 1 c. asparagus veggie mix, 1 small orange
M6: 1/2 oz. walnuts, 1/2 scoop protein powder, 1 c. light soy milk
Water + Green Tea: 16+ cups
Supplements: 1 multivitamin, 1 calcium 500 mg + D, 6 fish oil capsules, 1 vitamin C, 5g l-glutamine