Tellin’ the Truth Tuesday

by adustyframe ~ August 31st, 2010

Tellin the truth Tuesday

On Sunday, I moved into the slightly less strict phase of my plan. I get to eat lots more–just absolutely no sugar or starch.

I had cheese again! Yeah–that makes me happy! I had avacado too….mmmm!

I’m supposed to maintain the loss for 3 weeks and then I’ll move back into the strict phase again.

I’m going to try some recipes with coconut and almond flour to make bread substitutes. I’m hoping they turn out ok.

Going to bed on time is still 1/2 and 1/2. I have a goal to be in bed by 11:30 as school starts so that I can be nice and fresh each morning!

I bought a cheap indoor trampoline last week. I’ve been using it everyday for a few minutes. It’s pretty fun!

James uses it tons. I think this will be a good thing to have around in winter when my high energy child needs to burn off some steam. He’s been trying to jump 1600 jumps everyday and trying to beat his time.

He has a sheet on the fridge to record his stats everyday–pretty cute!

What about you? Any health goals or progress?


2 Thoughts Shared to Tellin’ the Truth Tuesday

  1. Sally

    Keep up the good work. Your doing great. The trampoline sounds like fun. Wish I could see James doing his jumps.

  2. katrina

    Sounds like you’re doing wonderfully! Wish I could say the same for myself with exercise. I’m planning on going to the gym tonight after work – either before or after church. I found some Gluten-free Bisquick and had pancakes for supper last night. Not bad but so expensive! $5 for a 1lb box! That will have to be a treat for me. Especially because it’s full of carbs.

    I’m looking to make my own flour mixes too. The ones I can buy are expensive and loaded with carbs. About twice as many as wheat flour. Lizzy just be careful of those nasty carbs!

    Keep up the good work!

    Thanks! I did recently realize that it is the carbs! I don’t do well with them. Sort of makes me sad;0! But I just have to learn a different way.

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