Friday, February 5, 2016

Fit Friday!

Weigh in this week:

Lost: 0 pounds
Total Lost: 27 pounds
To Go: 29 pounds

I maintained this week. I'll take it. I didn't track at all or walk much last week so I'm glad it's not a gain. I'm hoping for different results this Sunday at weigh-in though. I've followed WW perfectly this week and walked a lot. We cooked healthy meals and I feel great. It's funny because I didn't lose last week, but I started getting compliments again on weight loss. That is a win in my book! 

Workouts this week:

Saturday -
Walked 7,244 steps

Sunday - Walked 6,701 steps
Monday -  Walked 8,881 steps
Tuesday - Walked 12,641 steps
Wednesday - Walked 10,759 steps
Thursday - Walked 11,562 steps

I hit my goal 3 out of 6 days this week. It is harder to reach 10,000 steps per day than I thought it would be. I'll keep striving to reach it each day. G got a FitBit from a friend who just received an Apple Watch and didn't need it anymore. So now we can compete on steps and that helps keep the momentum up! I usually beat G unless he plays racquetball.

Eats this week:

Breakfasts this week were a Lean Cuisine breakfast sandwich (7 pp) with two clementines (0 pp).

Lunches have been TJ's Tomato Soup (7 pp) and carrots (0 pp) when it wasn't leftover Shepherd's pie or chicken and rice.

Snacks this week have been cottage cheese (2 pp) or oatmeal (4 pp) depending on how many points I'm going to use for dinner that night.

Sunday G made Mini Shepherd Pies (7 pp). My friend, Rachel, is writing a cookbook and part of the process to get published is to have people test the recipes. So we made these and they were amazing. We will be making these again. My brother, a self professed food snob, loved them too and even took some back to Chicago with him.

My mom graciously gave us a bunch of leftovers from the luncheon after my grandma's service. G and I ate the chicken (4 pp) and rice (5 pp) leftovers with a side of broccoli Sunday and Monday night and I took it for lunch as well. It was delicious.

G made Skinnytaste Cajun Chicken Pasta (8 pp)and we ate that Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday evening. It was as amazing as it looks. If you have ever had Olive Garden's Chicken Scampi it tastes just like that! Next time I want to make it with shrimp.

How are you guys doing?

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