flyingpig checkin

Counting carbs/calories is a drag. Obsessive scale stepping is a recipe for despair. If you want to count something, "days on habit" is a much better metric. Checking off days on a calendar would do just fine, but if you do it here you get accountability and support. Here's how. Start a new topic in this forum called (say) "Your Name Daily Check In." Then every N day post a "reply" to that topic as to whether you stayed on habit. A simple "<font color="green">SUCCESS</font>" or "<font color="red">FAILURE</font>" (or your preferred euphemism if that's too harsh) is sufficient, but obviously you're welcome to write more if you want. On S-days just register that you're taking an S-day. You don't have to do this forever, just until you're confident you've built the habit. Feel free to check in weekly or monthly or sporadically instead of daily. Feel free also to track other habits besides No-s (I'm keeping this forum under No-s because that's what the vast majority are using it for). See also my <a href="/habitcal/">HabitCal</a> tool for another more formal (and perhaps complementary) way to track habits.

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Post by flyingpig » Sat Jul 20, 2019 6:53 am

Aww thanks guys. Although I'm really not a huggy person so a virtual hug is fine with me! :)

Friday
Breakfast: peanut butter and banana on toast
Lunch: pizza, cucumber, red pepper, a kiwi and an apple
Dinner: some crisps (probably too many pringles), curry, rice, naan, samosa etc, a small piece of cake

It was our staff social, we had a buffet of Indian food so I'm going to count it as a non-weekend S day. I did dance a bit and use the (children's) outdoor gym equipment (in the dark) so went some way to "undoing" it. That's what teachers get up to in school in the evenings :P

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Post by flyingpig » Sun Jul 21, 2019 12:33 pm

Saturday
Breakfast: pain au chocolat
Lunch: green lentils, bulgur wheat, tomatoes and pepper all cooked together and topped with seeds, followed by a kiwi
Snack: peanut butter and banana milkshake
Dinner: cheese sandwich, cucumber, an apple and a few cashew nuts

Almost a green s-day. This is what I was aiming for all along... The lunch sounds random, but it was surprisingly delicious. It did have a lot of herbs etc in it. Attempting something similar with red lentils and rice today but it's looking a lot more mushy...

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Post by flyingpig » Mon Jul 22, 2019 3:11 am

Sunday
Breakfast: peanut butter and jam on toast
Snack: digestive biscuit
Lunch: red lentils, a little brown rice, a tomato and some red pepper in a kind of soup concoction. Not as good as the green lentils... But not bad.
Snack: a small packet of chocolate buttons
Dinner: flatbreads (they were supposed to be wraps but I've yet to master a homemade tortilla wrap) with tuna and cucumber

Again, a sensible s-day. To be honest, having no plans but lots to do (at home) this weekend probably helped - I had compete control over when and what to eat but not so much time I got bored and ate more.

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Post by flyingpig » Mon Jul 22, 2019 4:50 pm

Monday
Breakfast: peanut butter and banana on toast
Lunch: cheese sandwich, carrot, red pepper and a kiwi
Dinner: chilli beans rice

Two more days of school left. People have started throwing chocolate at me so done well to resist today, especially as I've had way too little sleep. Early night, I think!

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Post by automatedeating » Tue Jul 23, 2019 12:59 am

Woooo-hoooo! Two more days, that is so so awesome!
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Post by JJW » Tue Jul 23, 2019 1:19 pm

Your meals sound so yummy with all the fruits and veggies! And I love your breakfast PB banana toast. May just have to make that for breakfast myself this morning!

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Post by Candace » Tue Jul 23, 2019 2:04 pm

Nice job resisting the chocolate. I understand the temptation! You should be proud.
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Post by flyingpig » Tue Jul 23, 2019 6:14 pm

Tuesday
Breakfast: peanut butter and banana sandwich (bread fresh from the breadmaker)
Lunch: cheese sandwich, cucumber, carrot
Snack: a slice of pizza, a selection of small cakes
Snack an hour or so later: handful of cheesey puffy snack things

Urgh. Don't stick me outside policing an inflatable assault course full of overexcited 11-year olds on the first day of a heatwave for a couple of hours and expect me to say no to pizza. Or cake. :oops:

But now it's so hot and I'm still kinda but not really hungry. I got gifted some popcorn (random, but it came with a cinema gift card so it made sense) so that might be my dinner. After I've had a shower. Urgh, hot, tired, sweaty. One more day of school. Only a half day really. And I can stay inside in the air con tomorrow!

In reply to your lovely comments, I do love fruit and veg. Usually. When people don't wave cake in my face. And I bulk cook and freeze in individual portions to make life easier, so it's all much more lazy than it might sound!

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Post by flyingpig » Fri Jul 26, 2019 9:25 am

Wednesday
I have learnt from experience that the last day of school is not worth stressing about keeping green

Breakfast: peanut butter and banana on toast
Lunch: cheese sandwich, cucumber, red pepper, an apple, a kiwi and a chocolate cupcake
Dinner: cheesey mushroom pasta
Snack: some mini kit kats

Thursday
Breakfast: peanut butter and banana on toast
Lunch: tuna wrap, crisps, a strawberry and banana smoothie
Dinner: bread, mozzarella and tomato salad, crisps, green salad, bean salad, cous cous salad, cucumber, carrot, red pepper, humus

Statred the holidays with a busy day helping my parents pack up their old house, then a spot of tidying my new classroom and finally an evening at the beach with a picnic. Considering it was the hottest day ever (in England, in July) I'm quite impressed with my own productivity. But I did only go into work because there's air con and it was much cooler by the sea! So I pretty much avoided the heat all day - no excuse to eat ice cream!
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Post by Candace » Fri Jul 26, 2019 12:57 pm

Your Wednesday "fail" sounds like a relatively harmless day. Well done! I totally agree that there are some days it's not worth trying to adhere to all the rules. That being said, you really did well! I'm starting to slobber reading about what you ate on Thursday as well. Is that weird? Maybe so.

Congratulations on being out for the summer! I hope you get some relief from the heat. Our big heat wave (so far this year) broke a couple of days ago, thank goodness, and now we're back to "only" high 80s F. Whew.

Onward!
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Post by flyingpig » Fri Jul 26, 2019 7:39 pm

Oops, Wednesday was supposed to be a non - weekend S day, I'll edit the colour to a more yellow orange! And I just remembered I had more chocolate, I'll add that in too!

It was a really good picnic yesterday evening, if I say so myself.

Our heatwave was a short one. It was 34C (93F) here yesterday (it got up to 38 (100) further east) but today its 25ish (77) which is much more manageable.

Today has been a proper fail. I'm slightly annoyed with myself because I said no to the cake my friend offered me at around 4pm, came home, had dinner and then ate half a tube of pringles and a massive bar of chocolate. I think it was partly because my meals were all a bit small, so better avoid that in future!

Friday
Breakfast: peanut butter and banana milkshake, toast with butter
Lunch: cous cous and bean salad (two left over salads mixed together), cheese puffs, an apple
Snack : three strawberries (I was going to count these as part of dinner at the time... But as I failed anyway I may as well confess properly)
Dinner: tomato and mozzarella on toast
Snack: all the pringles and chocolate

Urgh. I should have had mango instead. So silly.

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Post by Octavia » Sun Jul 28, 2019 4:40 pm

...for a moment I thought I was reading one of my own posts....the words ‘Pringles’ and ‘massive bar of chocolate’... :lol:

I sympathise, flying! :) it’s something I occasionally do...refuse a nice polite snack only to go home and have something worse. Tricky! Willpower does run down. On good days I can fight this using extra drinks. I’m trying to rebuild this very habit at the moment.

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Post by automatedeating » Tue Jul 30, 2019 2:08 am

Well, Octavia - I kind of think you and flyingpig are actually in the same neighborhood. You probably pass each other in the grocery store with your chocolate bars and pringles sometimes. :lol: :lol:
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Post by Candace » Tue Jul 30, 2019 6:59 pm

Pringles are good. But not as good as victory. Ha. Yep, the thing with refusing a temptation only to exceed it later sounds like something I've done more than a few times.
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Post by flyingpig » Tue Jul 30, 2019 9:38 pm

I think Octavia and I do both live in the south of England, so you might be right, automated. Next time I'm buying a tube of pringles, I'll give any likely candidates a knowing smile :P

Won't see me this week though, I'm in Norway!

I'm going with no snacks or sweets but yes to seconds as the buffet here has tiny tiny plates. If I do that, it's green. If not, it's a non - weekend S day, because I am on holiday! But just need a little something to restrain myself from super expensive Norwegian snacks or the endless supply of cookies in the reception area of the place we're staying in.

Sooo... Saturday and Sunday were both pretty snacky s days

Monday long, but green travelling day. I ate my first two meals in several parts, but they were packed the night before so I think that's planned enough to be considered "one plate"
Breakfast: peanut butter sandwich, a banana, fruit salad
Lunch: cheese salad sandwich, cucumber, carrot, humus, grapes and an apple
Dinner: bread, cheese, ham, tiny burger, salady bits

Tuesday
Breakfast: bread, cheese, ham, hard boiled egg
Lunch: bread, cheese, ham (sense a pattern here? :lol:), egg mayo and porridge with cinnamon and apricot jam (random, but nice, might start having porridge for lunch at home sometimes)
Dinner: chicken, potatoes, greek salad, tzaziki, fruit salad and ice cream
To be honest, the only thing that I'm making this count as non-green for is the ice cream. I could have just had fruit. Never mind. Probably will if that's dessert again.

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Post by automatedeating » Wed Jul 31, 2019 2:27 am

Norway!! Yes! How fantastic! I'm particularly pleased that you got out of town ASAP after finishing school! It's great to get some physical separation for a bit to help the mind settle down and truly relax for the work-mode.
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Post by flyingpig » Wed Jul 31, 2019 10:48 pm

Norway is beautiful - would highly recommend it so far! Even if it did rain all morning today...

And added bonus, the food is good but nothing unusual that I feel I have to try (that we've come across so far anyway)
Wednesday
Breakfast: bread, cheese, ham, yoghurt, a banana (I actually had yoghurt and a banana yesterday too but I forgot!)
Lunch: ham and cucumber sandwich, half a cheese sandwich, red pepper
Dinner: tortilla wraps with beef, salad, salsa etc and tortilla chips

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Post by flyingpig » Fri Aug 02, 2019 5:32 pm

Holiday days are too long and full of lovely things to remember all the food. Or even what day of the week it is really :lol:

Yesterday was yellow; after my comment on the pervious post we were then presented with all kinds of Norwegian dishes including a lot of lovely fish and little pancakes with fresh blueberries in the afternoon.

Today was also yellow because there were chocolate brownies for pudding. But I did have a nectarine rather than an ice cream mid-afternoon. You win some, you lose some. Not even lose, I very much enjoyed my brownie!
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Post by Candace » Sat Aug 03, 2019 3:15 pm

It sounds wonderful-- the vacation and the food too! Enjoy.
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Post by flyingpig » Sat Aug 03, 2019 9:55 pm

Oh, it's Saturday but it was green...I'm definitely full on in - holiday mode now! Sadly only two days left :(

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Post by flyingpig » Wed Aug 07, 2019 12:25 pm

Sunday was also kinda green, Monday was yellow and Tuesday (first non - holiday day) very much red.

Back to green now though
Wednesday
Breakfast: peanut butter and banana sandwich
Lunch: mozzarella and tomato, ham and cucumber, a slice of toast (I was puppysitting for a friend in exchange for lunch - she had tasty things in her fridge)
Dinner: salmon, mashed potato, broccoli, carrot

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Post by flyingpig » Fri Aug 09, 2019 7:16 am

Thursday
Breakfast: peanut butter and banana on toast
Lunch: mushroom, mozzarella and spinach omelette on toast, two crackers, an apple and yoghurt
Dinner: chicken, leek and ham pie, chips and peas

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Post by flyingpig » Fri Aug 09, 2019 6:21 pm

Friday
Breakfast: peanut butter and banana on toast
Lunch: pizza, cucumber and red pepper
Dinner: bread and cheese, roast veg and beans, an apple

Slightly random dinner. I was going to have cous cous with the roast veg but I made cheese sandwiches while the veg was roasting so I ate some and didn't have any other carbs.

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Post by flyingpig » Sun Sep 01, 2019 9:56 pm

Oh holidays...

So I slightly lost track of what day it was and was way too busy relaxing, travelling, eating ice cream and generally having a lovely time. Lots of moving (did 40000+ steps one day) but also lots of food.

Buuut... It's September now, work starts on Tuesday, back to normal life.

To kick start myself into healthier habits I thought I'd set myself the challenge of having no sugar in September. So anything with sugar as an ingredient (apart from bread - I make it, it probably has less sugar than bought bread) was going to be a no go in September. Fruit etc still fine, just no chocolate etc at the weekends.

Well, it lasted until 12ish, when I completely forgot and had a biscuit after church. And then chocolate after lunch.

I told my housemate this tale, and she said "well, it's still the first of September, you can still start from now!"

So, with that advice, I'll try again from now! See if I can last longer than 12 hours.

Also, back to logging what I eat. It helps.

Sunday
Breakfast: peanut butter on toast, butter on toast (see, I remembered about the no sugar at this point and didn't have jam)
Snack: one custard cream
Lunch: toasted cheese sandwich, tomato, five little chocolates
Dinner: chilli beans and rice

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Post by flyingpig » Mon Sep 02, 2019 4:16 pm

Monday

Lunch: porridge with strawberries
Dinner: vegetarian hot dogs (surprisingly delicious), potato wedges, peas and sweetcorn. An apple with peanut butter.

Got up too late for breakfast. Holiday problems.

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Post by honey » Tue Sep 03, 2019 5:19 am

:) That's a lovely problem to have.

I have 2 days holiday left, I had to go in to work yesterday for a training day after 6 weeks hol - shock to the system!

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Post by automatedeating » Tue Sep 03, 2019 7:25 pm

honey, are you a teacher too?
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Post by flyingpig » Tue Sep 03, 2019 9:38 pm

Six weeks of holiday are a definite teacher bonus. But it does make going back after the summer a bit of a shocker. At least we've got two days without children to ease ourselves back in.

Tuesday
Breakfast: porridge wth strawberries and nuts, a banana
Lunch: bread, cheese, crackers, slice of turkey, humus, crisps grapes and a plum
Dinner: fajitas with refried beans, veg, avocado and salad

Meals were probably a bit big but at least there were just three of them and there was no chocolate. Win.

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Post by honey » Wed Sep 04, 2019 9:11 am

automatedeating wrote:
Tue Sep 03, 2019 7:25 pm
honey, are you a teacher too?
I'm not, I work in our school office. Are you both teachers?

The six weeks are lovely 😊

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Post by flyingpig » Wed Sep 04, 2019 6:23 pm

Wednesday
Breakfast: peanut butter and banana on toast (the old favourite is back)
Lunch: fajitas with refried beans, veg, avocado and salad
Dinner: roast veg and beans with cous cous

More sensible sized meals today.

Six weeks definitely ends for real today - the children are back tomorrow :?

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Post by automatedeating » Thu Sep 05, 2019 12:30 am

Here they come!!!!!!!
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Post by flyingpig » Thu Sep 05, 2019 6:38 pm

Thursday

Breakfast: porridge with strawberries and nuts
Lunch: cheese sandwich, cucumber, cherry tomatoes and a nectarine
Dinner: tortilla chips, refried beans and veg

One day down. It's amazing how quickly it all comes back. Happily my class have come back quite chilled and cheery - long may the calmness last. Still very tiring-glad for leftovers for dinner that I didn't even bother heating up. Cold mushrooms and pepper are surprisingly tasty. :lol:

Only one more work day left this week... :)

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Post by flyingpig » Fri Sep 06, 2019 7:06 pm

Friday
Breakfast: peanut butter and banana on toast
Lunch: cheese salad sandwich, cherry tomatoes and an apple
Dinner: vegetarian hot dogs, potato wedges, peas and sweetcorn

Boom. Green week. Yay.

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Post by automatedeating » Fri Sep 06, 2019 10:19 pm

my husband bought this new Dark chocolate peanut butter - a company called Fix and Fog. I haven't tried it yet but every time I see it in the pantry I think of my dear flyingpig.
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Post by Soprano » Sat Sep 07, 2019 6:27 am

Well done on the green week!

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Post by flyingpig » Sat Sep 07, 2019 7:04 pm

automatedeating wrote:
Fri Sep 06, 2019 10:19 pm
my husband bought this new Dark chocolate peanut butter - a company called Fix and Fog. I haven't tried it yet but every time I see it in the pantry I think of my dear flyingpig.
Ha, amazing. I have tried various peanut butter flavours (coconut, seedy etc) and brands, but I always go back to the crunchy just peanut (and a tiny bit of oil and salt) ones.

Saturday
Breakfast: a nectarine, a kiwi and a banana
Lunch: bean and tomato salad with tortilla crisps, mango
Snack: cashews
Dinner: trout fillet, noodles and broccoli (all soy sauce / sesame oil / garlic and gingery. Nom)

Great food today. Keeping up the no sugar in September thing made me have to be a bit more thoughtful with my snacking. Hopefully I'll remember tomorrow when the biscuits appear after church.

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Post by flyingpig » Sun Sep 08, 2019 8:39 pm

Sunday
Breakfast: peanut butter and banana on toast
Lunch: tuna salad wrap, red pepper, cherry tomatoes and a little orange
Dinner Part 1: veggie burger and fries
Dinner Part 2: carrot and coriander soup, bread and butter

I definitely missed sweet things more today, but I gave myself a stern talking to ("are you really saying you can't make it more than a week without sugar?" etc). Kinda struggling with ways to make weekends S-y without sugar cos it turns out I'm not really into savoury snacks... was tempted not to do anything different to a weekday, but I don't want to give myself an excuse to cave mid week.
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Post by flyingpig » Mon Sep 09, 2019 5:47 pm

Monday
Breakfast: peanut butter and banana sandwich
Lunch: tuna salad wrap, red pepper, cherry tomatoes and an apple
Dinner: carrot and coriander soup, bread and cheese, a kiwi

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Post by automatedeating » Mon Sep 09, 2019 6:43 pm

you are a sugar-free flyingpig!
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Post by flyingpig » Mon Sep 09, 2019 11:34 pm

Apart from all the fruit... but at least my sugar is coming with fibre and vitamins!

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Post by flyingpig » Tue Sep 10, 2019 6:05 pm

Tuesday
Breakfast: peanut butter and banana on toast
Lunch: cheese sandwich, cucumber, red pepper, cherry tomatoes
Dinner: veggie pizza

Couldn't sleep last night, so I'm really tired. Couldn't be bothered to create any washing up for dinner, so made the (possibly dangerous) discovery that I can get a little takeaway pizza for under £5. At least it's small!

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Post by flyingpig » Wed Sep 11, 2019 6:42 pm

Wednesday
Breakfast: porridge with peanut butter and banana (and some extra nuts)
Lunch: cheese sandwich, cucumber, cherry tomatoes, a little orange and an apple
Dinner: carrot and coriander soup, warm cheese wrap (like a really basic quaesedilla)

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Post by flyingpig » Thu Sep 12, 2019 6:25 pm

Thursday

Breakfast: peanut butter and banana on toast
Lunch: cheese sandwich, cucumber, red pepper, cherry tomatoes and two little oranges
Dinner: roast veg and bean stew with bulgar wheat, tomatoes and parsley

This week seems to be going on forever... first full week of work blues! Only one more day!

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Post by automatedeating » Fri Sep 13, 2019 2:55 am

Hang in there! One more day!
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Post by flyingpig » Fri Sep 13, 2019 5:51 pm

Friday
Breakfast: peanut butter and banana on toast
Lunch: cheese sandwich, red pepper, cherry tomatoes, an apple and mango
Dinner: chilli beans and rice

Fri-yay

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Post by flyingpig » Sun Sep 15, 2019 5:40 am

Saturday
Breakfast: an apple and yoghurt sprinkled with nuts and seeds
Lunch: pizza
Snack: crisps and a handful of blackberries (picked while on a walk). Then later, a couple of slices of bread
Dinner: leek and mushroom risotto with roasted butternut squash.

No trouble making this day S-y without sugar :lol:

I have a bit of an issue coming up this evening. We're taking the youth group out for ice cream. Not sure how I'm going to keep up my sugar-free September there. I think they have smoothies that are just fruit so that might be a compromise. Or just a cup of tea, but I don't want to put the youth off ordering whatever they want. We'll see...

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Post by gingerpie » Sun Sep 15, 2019 12:08 pm

You could order last so it won't effect them. I don't know the age of the youth but, if there are a lot of them, they are unlikely to notice what you order. A smaller group might notice but most likely will not care. A couple of other possibilities, depending on where you go, are steamed milk and flavored seltzer water.

In any case - enjoy 😊

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Post by automatedeating » Sun Sep 15, 2019 4:29 pm

Not sure how the ice cream social thing went - but I can promise you that if I order something sugar-free, my kids go right ahead and order whatever they want. :mrgreen: maybe teenage girls are a little more impressionable, though.
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Post by flyingpig » Sun Sep 15, 2019 8:38 pm

Sunday
Breakfast: buttered toast, apple, yoghurt, nuts and seeds
Lunch: pizza
Snack: pringles
Dinner: a very small bowl of pasta with roasted vegetables
Snack: hot cookie "dough" (if it's hot dough, surely that is just a cookie) with chocolate sauce and ice cream

So I decided to go with something sweet... It ended up being only one youth (so three of us in total - she was really looking forward to it so it would have been sad to cancel) and I'm sure she would have been fine ordering whatever if I'd just had tea. But the menu was amazingly tempting. And their hot drink machine was broken. At least it was a planned social event - the kind of thing that I'm actually quite happy to be eating unhealthy things at.

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Post by flyingpig » Mon Sep 16, 2019 6:14 pm

Monday

Breakfast: peanut butter and banana on toast
Lunch: cheese sandwich, cucumber, red pepper, cherry tomatoes, kiwi and a little orange
Dinner: roast veg pasta with mozzarella... And then much bread and butter

I'm still hungry, even after my extra dinner. Not sure whether to have some yoghurt, or just distract myself with washing up.

Edit an hour later: had a couple of spoonfuls of yoghurt. Washed up. Still hungry. Urgh. I want to finish some work but it's too near the chocolate cupboard.

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Post by automatedeating » Tue Sep 17, 2019 2:59 am

bwahahaha, if I had a cupboard made out of chocolate I would want to eat it, too!!! :wink: :mrgreen:
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Post by flyingpig » Tue Sep 24, 2019 7:01 pm

Well, the downward slope that you may have seen starting continued, but I think I might have hit the bottom and be on the way up. Phew.

So the last week was competely red, and so was today, but my only S today was a kitkat at about 5:30pm. Considering the cake/chocolate/general junk quantities that have been consumed recently, one kitkat is a minor miracle.

Don't know what went so wrong... Perhaps it was trying to have no sugar at all, perhaps it was the start of the year, perhaps it was the old habits bursting through. I also think I haven't drunk enough water so should up that.

Onwards and (hopefully) upwards...

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Post by flyingpig » Wed Sep 25, 2019 6:02 pm

Wednesday

Breakfast: porridge with banana and nuts
Lunch: cheese sandwich, cucumber, red pepper and a little orange
Dinner: fish fingers, garlic bread, peas, sweetcorn, kale

Finally back on the straight and narrow. Although that was a lot of garlic bread.

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Post by flyingpig » Fri Sep 27, 2019 5:03 am

Thursday

Urgh. I'm hoping it was just one of those days and not the start of another week of doom. I planned very poorly and ended up going shopping hungry - never a good idea!

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Post by flyingpig » Fri Sep 27, 2019 5:57 pm

Friday

Breakfast: 2 muffins (the bread kind) with peanut butter and banana
Lunch: cheese sandwich, cucumber, pepper and a carrot
Dinner: vegetable stir fry with noodles, sprinkled with nuts and seeds, a little orange

Phew, yesterday wasn't the start of another week of disaster.

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Post by automatedeating » Sat Sep 28, 2019 4:14 pm

Happy weekend!
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Post by flyingpig » Mon Sep 30, 2019 6:27 pm

Thanks!

Monday
Breakfast: none. oversleeping disaster.
Lunch: pesto pasta with tomatoes, yoghurt, an apple, a banana and a little orange
Snacks: all the cookies
Dinner: roast veg pasta with mozzarella

Well.. Don't sit it a room with all the cookies for an afternoon when you're feeling a bit wobbly because you overslept. Top tip guys. The cookies weren't even really mine - a nice parent had brought them in for another year group that recently had to deal with a stressful situation. So I'll have to repeatedly remind myself that for the rest of the week.

At least my just woken up self had the wherewithal to grab some fruit so my lunch was reasonably healthy. The banana was going to be a quick breakfast but I left it in the car and only found it again when I went out to buy lunch.

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Post by flyingpig » Tue Oct 01, 2019 6:25 pm

Tuesday
Breakfast: porridge with nuts and a banana
Lunch: cheese and tomato sandwich, cucumber, red pepper and a kiwi
Dinner: fish fingers, garlicky potatoes, sweetcorn and peas

I actually only ate the sandwich for lunch, then ate the rest of my lunch while my dinner was cooking. And dinner was a lot of potatoes so I should be good for an evening of Great British Bake Off watching.

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Post by flyingpig » Wed Oct 02, 2019 6:13 pm

Quick - got to commit it to "paper" while it's still green

Wednesday
Breakfast: toast and butter, a banana
Lunch: cheese sandwich, cherry tomatoes, cucumber and a little orange
Dinner: leek, mushroom and bean risotto with butternut squash, peas and spinach

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Post by flyingpig » Thu Oct 03, 2019 5:33 pm

Thursday
Breakfast: porridge with nuts and a banana
Lunch: cheese sandwich, cherry tomatoes, a little orange
Dinner: chilli beans and rice, a kiwi

Had one of those days. Literally didn't have a moment to myself from when I arrived in work at 7:30am till I ran out the door at 4:20pm to get to an appointment (which was supposed to be at 4:15... Nice garage people didn't seem to mind my lateness and did my MOT anyway). So ended up having lunch at 4:30pm (while waiting for my car), then dinner at 6. Could have waited for dinner I suppose, but oh well. I don't intend on making a habit of it.

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Post by automatedeating » Fri Oct 04, 2019 3:04 am

lunch at 4:30? You poor thing you must have been starving!
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Post by flyingpig » Fri Oct 04, 2019 5:50 am

I didn't have time to think about being hungry to be honest... I never am when I'm actually teaching but as soon as the kids leave the room, I'm ravenous.

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Post by automatedeating » Fri Oct 04, 2019 2:18 pm

Teaching keeps me energetic, but it doesn't block my hunger! I get sick to my stomach when I need to eat, which is very distracting while I'm teaching!
But I'm glad that you can teach without suffering from hunger!
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Post by flyingpig » Mon Oct 07, 2019 5:43 pm

Monday
Breakfast: peanut butter and banana on toast
Lunch: cheese sandwich, cherry tomatoes, carrot, red pepper and a kiwi
Dinner: noodle soup with beans and spinach

Yay to start of an academic year illness. Last year it was the three week cough, this year I have a fuzzy ear. It's weird and really annoying in a classroom full of noisy ten year olds. It started feeling blocked on Saturday and seens to have got progressively worse since then. I'm hoping it's just a virus (I do like to get one cold symptom at a time) but maybe I need to go to the Dr's...

I rustled up the soup for dinner as anything needing much effort to eat seems unappealing. I've also drunk a few warm drinks but I think really I just need to go to bed...

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Post by Soprano » Mon Oct 07, 2019 7:37 pm

I had a similar ear problem a couple of years ago, very disconcerting, it did eventually go.

I had my head over a bowl of steam Vix as one treatment.

Gentle nose blowing to try and pop it helped too. Perhaps get it checked out first though.

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Post by automatedeating » Wed Oct 09, 2019 2:22 pm

Oh, sorry! I also am dealing with a start of year cold, and yesterday I was swimming and one of my ears did a weird pop and then was hurting for awhile. Creator and I had a good time discussing the anatomy of the middle ear and how mucus plugs up the eustacian tube. :lol: That kid really puts up with his nerdy mom. BTW, he's 10. He could be in your class! If he were, he would CONSTANTLY raise his hand, offer to help with everything, be kind to his classmates but a little silly, and at recess would often play by himself which might worry you a tiny bit. But he's a sweet soul.
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Post by flyingpig » Wed Oct 09, 2019 8:20 pm

Tuesday
I was grumpy about my ear so I ate cake at lunchtime. And then I wth-ed and ate crisps before dinner and chocolate after.

Wednesday
Breakfast: peanut butter and banana on toast
Lunch: cheese sandwich, cherry tomatoes, red pepper and a couple of little oranges
Dinner: roast veg pasta

Well. Went for my second ever doctor's appointment as an adult (I am really healthy, that's why I moan so much I'm ill!). The doctor said the ear is just waxy and after using the ear drops my face has stopped tingling (I was feeling very strange on Tuesday) but still stressful in a noisy room as it still feels blocked. I'm dubious about wax being the only problem as they apparently both looked the same but only one ear feels funny. But I will dutifully follow the doctor's instructions. And keep trying to pop it by yawning / blowing my nose /having steamy showers.

Automated, I would love to have Creator in my class - he sounds awesome.

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Post by flyingpig » Thu Oct 10, 2019 9:02 pm

Thursday

Breakfast: porridge with banana and nuts
Lunch: tuna pasta with spinach, carrot, cucumber and a little orange
Dinner: spiced aubergine in a chapati (or two)

So, the mystery of the blocked ears is solved - today I've started sneezing. I sneezed six times while attempting to read a story to my class, so gave up at that point.I think it's safe to say that I have a cold. Blergh. At least my ear is much clearer, and I've managed to stay on the sensible eating train.
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Post by flyingpig » Fri Oct 11, 2019 7:52 pm

Friday

Breakfast: porridge with banana and nuts
Lunch: tuna pasta with spinach, carrot and cucumber, an apple and a little orange
Dinner: fish fingers, chips and beans

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Post by lpearlmom » Sun Oct 13, 2019 4:04 am

Yikes! That’s happened to me twice. Really miserable but they should be able to get the wax out for you. I went to a specialist both times & the relief was immediate! GL!
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Post by flyingpig » Mon Nov 04, 2019 7:19 pm

Well that was almost a month of disaster eating - wise.

I don't know why, I don't know how to change it or stop it happening again, but at least I'm back.

Monday
Breakfast: peanut butter and banana on toast
Lunch: chicken mayo and salad wrap, two little oranges
Dinner: pasta with aubergine and cheese, an apple with peanut butter

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Post by automatedeating » Tue Nov 05, 2019 1:36 pm

Hi flyingpig - always nice to see you post.
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Post by flyingpig » Tue Nov 05, 2019 7:08 pm

Tuesday
Breakfast: peanut butter and banana on toast
Lunch: cheese sandwich, cucumber, carrot and a kiwi
Dinner: chickpea curry with rice, an apple

Glad to be posting again!
Unfortunately in my month or two of eating way too much sugar, I've given myself toothache. Good time to get back on the wagon, and I'll be off to the dentist tomorrow :(

In more positive news, I went for a run this morning. Out in the dark and damp at 6am.. :D Can't honestly say I enjoyed it but I think two 8 minute blocks of running at that time of day is quite an achievement for this very unfit person.

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Post by flyingpig » Wed Nov 06, 2019 7:14 pm

Wednesday
Breakfast: peanut butter and banana on toast
Lunch: cheese sandwich, carrot, cucumber and a kiwi

I was super tired and a bit miserable when I got home from work (the dentist got cancelled, part of the reason for my grumpiness) so I just went straight to bed. I'm currently lying here trying to decide whether to get up for dinner or just go to sleep...

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Post by flyingpig » Thu Nov 07, 2019 7:04 pm

Thursday

Breakfast: porridge with banana and nuts
Lunch: cheese sandwich, carrot, red pepper and a kiwi (yesterday's kiwi actually - whoops, should record what I eat not what I put in my lunch box)
Dinner: roast veg lasagne and garlic bread, an apple with peanut butter

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Post by flyingpig » Fri Nov 08, 2019 7:33 pm

Friday
Breakfast: porridge with banana and nuts
Lunch: cheese sandwich, red pepper and a kiwi
Dinner: fish fingers, roast potatoes, peas, sweetcorn, spinach, baked beans

Big dinner, but a no-S way to celebrate Friday. And a whole green week. Woop :lol:

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Post by automatedeating » Sat Nov 09, 2019 3:04 am

Congrats on your green week!
Enjoy the weekend!
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Post by flyingpig » Sun Nov 10, 2019 8:22 am

Saturday
Breakfast: peanut butter and jam on toast
Snack: cookies
Lunch: chilli beans and brown rice
Snack: cookies
Dinner: spiced roast aubergine and peppers, daal, naan bread and rice followed by a strawberry and banana milkshake

I need to find somewhere I can buy just one cookie as if I have a pack, I'll eat the pack. Oh well.

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Post by flyingpig » Mon Nov 11, 2019 7:07 am

Sunday
Breakfast: bread and butter, apple and mango with greek yoghurt
Lunch: doritos and dips, chickpea enchiladas, melt in the middle chocolate pudding with ice cream
Dinner: more doritos, carrots, cucumber, pizza, garlic bread and a chocolate mini roll

Monday morning and I've been for a run... Now just got to convince myself to shower and go to work!

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Post by automatedeating » Mon Nov 11, 2019 2:55 pm

Nice job on the Monday morning run! Have a great day!
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