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Cedar 3 0 1 + 30 min

Post by cedar » Mon Jul 01, 2019 4:00 am

I've come back to post again regularly.

I've been following a mostly 3 meal a day, No snack No seconds routine. I did a 500cal x 3 meals =1500cal daily for a while after reading a book (The 500 Plan i think it was..lost weight but was a little too low on cals I think so couldn't stick to it, before that I joined weight watchers (which I'm still paying for :oops:) thankfully I got a half price deal so it's not much but still..come on!
I've re-read "Dieting- a dry drunk" Becky L Jackson, and a new book she just released and have finally admitted honestly to myself that I have an eating addiction..(its still hard to even write that). I am acting as if I do anyway and dealing with that by having an abstinence bottom line which is 3 meals a day, no seconds (eating 1 decent plate of food with no seconds or add ons, I can include sweets in the meal but I have to pre-plan it..no random add ons. I've come back here to have a place to record my food and have a clear record of where I'm at.

I might be boring and just check in each day, I might not comment on other people's posts I'm not being rude just focused on my abstinence. My whole life I've been obsessed with food. When I would be invited to friends houses I just wanted to see what food they had in the pantry. I've been trying my whole married life to be a 'normal' eater like my husband but then thing is I'm not a normal eater, never was probably never will be.

This is not about weight. I am leaving that up to nature. I will eat my 3 meals a day O in between 1 day at a time and allow my body to be whatever it is as a result of that. I will do my best to love and accept the body nature intended for me. Hence 3 0 1. 30 is 30min walk (minimum)

a day for my health and to exercise my dog. The book is related to the 12 step overeaters anonymous..which is very spiritual/religious I find. Becky L Jackson just said interpret that however feels comfortable, I replace God/ Higher Power with Nature..I'm not religious and find it uncomfortable but Nature sits well with me.

Ha..I was only supposed to log on quickly but have managed an essay as usual πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚.

Monday 1st July-
Breakfast = Bowl of cornflakes, sliced banana and light milk. Black tea.

Lunch- Chicken avocado lettuce on a buttered roll, with some coleslaw salad on the side. A sliced apple in 2 tbsp yogurt.

Dinner- will be likely very similar to lunch as we are going out and will be back at Dinner time, not much time to cook. We have a roast chicken still in the fridge.

I did have a Chai latte mid morning with the boys (school hols) but only drank half I found it too sweet and milky. I've given up coffee as I was drinking way to much of it and not getting proper sleep after night shift, I feel much better but still trying to find an enjoyable hot drink when we go to cafes besides hot chocolates...?

Good to be back posting.

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Post by lpearlmom » Mon Jul 01, 2019 5:31 am

Wb! Looks like you’re off to a good start!
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Post by Allisonmeg » Mon Jul 01, 2019 10:18 am

Great plan! I'm checking out the books you mentioned. I have an Almondmilk decaf latte with 2 splendas daily if you want to give that a try!

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Post by automatedeating » Mon Jul 01, 2019 2:10 pm

Hi Cedar! I love your approach to things and how you laid it all out.
That book sounds intriguing to me! I am so fascinated right now about how food addiction parallels alcohol dependence so that book you described is definitely one I'm interested in looking at.
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Post by cedar » Tue Jul 02, 2019 10:49 am

Thanks ladies.

Yes I am finding the books really interesting and helpful. Rawcookie inspired me to check them out last year.

Today
Bfast-Grainy toast with butter and poached eggs. Dandelion "coffee" with soy milk. ( Soy Dandelion latte)

Lunch- Chicken, avocado and coleslaw salad, with a buttered roll. Choc chip cookie and small square of chocolate.

Dinner- baked vegetables with beef mince and a small scoop of pasta other half of the plate filled with salad and broccoli.
Soy Dandelion Latte after dinner.

45 min walk with gorgeous girl πŸ•, and 10 mins of strength/exercise video.

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Post by automatedeating » Tue Jul 02, 2019 2:47 pm

What kind of dog is Gorgeous Girl? :-)
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Post by cedar » Wed Jul 03, 2019 6:02 am

Hey Auto, GG is a bit of a mystery combo..Staffy x bull Arab x ??
She is 5 mths old and full of love and energy!

Wednesday 3rd July.
Bfast - Bowl of Muesli with sliced apple and yogurt. Dandelion and Chicory "coffee" black.

Mid morning Dandelion Soy latte.

Lunch- Sweet chilli chicken salad wrap. And had a bite or 2 of a lemon tart plus English Breakfast Tea at the local bakery.

Dinner- 1/2 plate of kale salad and the rest of the plate filled with a wwatchers beef hot pot ready meal (it's been in the freezer for ages..surprisingly good!), a slice of buttered bread and a square of chocolate.
It's a "use everything up before grocery shopping tomorrow" dinner πŸ˜€

This morning a 40min walk with πŸ•GG (and just then a run around the yard chasing our calf off the good lawn!!) plan to do a 4min arm video and 7 min tummy at some stage. I've discovered Lucy Wyndham-Reed's free YouTube videos. They're great, can do short videos of 3 minutes or she has 20- 30 minute walking videos. I try to mute the sound once I get the idea of the moves as she talks a lot about fat burning etc.. which is fine but I just want some movement for health and to focus on my abstinence.

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Post by automatedeating » Wed Jul 03, 2019 1:33 pm

I looked up bull Arab and apparently that is a dog breed I'd never heard of! Big Australian pig hunting dog. :-)
Sounds like your pup will enjoy every moment of exercise she gets! And hopefully you'll enjoy it with her!
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Post by cedar » Thu Jul 04, 2019 7:31 am

I hadn't heard of them either until we moved up to Queensland (a northern state). I never really wanted one because of that description but when we met her she was lovely and has a placid nature, and I love staffy's so it was a nice mix. We took her to the beach today for the first time as the vet gave us the go ahead yesterday (she's up to date with her immunisations)..wow she loooved it! She ran and played with ALL the dogs and has collapsed on her bed and has hardly moved since we got home πŸ•πŸ‘πŸ». Haha..it was so good, the boys loved it too.

Bfast - Corn flakes with banana and milk, a tsp of peanut butter. Dandelion soy latte

Lunch- Chicken, cheese and tomato toasty with a side of kale salad. 2 squares of chocolate. Tea

Dinner- Butter chicken with rice broccoli and naan bread.
Soy Dandelion latte.

40 + min walk run play at the beach.
20min Lucy total body workout.

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Post by cedar » Fri Jul 05, 2019 2:15 pm

No formal walk today but lots of cleaning and work last night is 8 hrs of constant walking/ movement 14000-17000 steps.

Bfast. Corn flakes, banana and milk.

Lunch. Tuna avo and cheese on toast, kale salad and lettuce on side. Choc chip cookie.

Dinner. Friends for dinner. I resisted the pre-dinner nibbles. Red wine. Gin. 1/4 Steak, chicken skewer 1/2 sausage. Salad, potato salad and beetroot salad all fit on the plate. Dessert cheesecake, cup of tea with dash milk.
Great night with fun friends.

Busy day today, not enough sleep today after night shift but I'm not back at work until Tuesday so all good.

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Post by automatedeating » Fri Jul 05, 2019 3:56 pm

Hope you get rested up this weekend!
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Post by cedar » Sat Jul 06, 2019 10:03 pm

Yesterday Saturday, after a glorious sleep, was a pretty good day. For Breakfast Lunch and Dinner I had 1 plate each filled with leftovers from Friday night, a combo of steak or chicken with 3 salads I mixed and matched and added some baguette on too. No eating between meals and said no to the cake my sister in law brought over for afternoon tea.
We took Gorgeous Girl to the beach for a big run and she had a ball, and so did we watching her!

Today still raining which is annoying, I'll try get out for a walk with πŸ• at some stage.

I'll check in tonight with my 3 meals.
I woke up this morning and noticed after a while that I wasn't thinking about my weight or food or how dissatisfied I am with my body. This 3 meals a day and no eating in between NO MATTER WHAT free's up my mind, says no to the addiction voices in my head that are still there but I am getting better at recognising them as addiction voices not ME, I feel much more at peace. πŸ€—

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Post by automatedeating » Sun Jul 07, 2019 1:56 am

Cedar - you sound really at peace right now. I love that!
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Post by cedar » Sun Jul 07, 2019 8:18 am

Thanks Auto πŸ€—.

Sunday 7th July.
Bfast - Bowl of Muesli milk apple and banana. Dandelion tea with Soy.

Lunch- coleslaw salad, tuna, slice of cheese plus some buttered baguette and potato crisps. 1/4 mandarin. Cup of Tea

Dinner- Curried Sausage and lentil stew. Zucchini Broccoli and Rice. 2 squares of chocolate and a marshmallow biscuit..yum.

30 min walk with GG..yay it stopped raining and the sun shone for a little while! Otherwise I spent the day washing linen, washing the dog cleaning and watching Brooklyn 99 with the kids. Hubby and I argued this morning and it just put a dampener on the day..😣.

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Post by cedar » Mon Jul 08, 2019 7:38 am

Monday 8th July. 55.7kgs 162cm. BMI 21.6.

First thing at 7.30am a 35min (11km) bike ride home after dropping my car to the mechanic. Was a great ride with some big hills and it was a shock at how un-bike-fit I've become!! Tomorrow I've got to ride back and pick it up..$800 later woowee😏. Anyway, needs to be done, we are selling the car so need to get a few things fixed up.

8.30am Bfast- Muesli with desiccated coconut and sliced apple.
Cup of tea

1pm Lunch- salad, 1/2 mandarin, sliced carrot with dip and 2 slices of grain toast tuna and cheese on top.

Mid afternoon Soy Dandelion latte.

Dinner- will be (6.30pm) Baked Chicken with soy and Sweet chili sauce, rice, broccoli, sweet potato. I have made a salad also will see if I feel like some.. Marshmallow choc biscuit, and a square or 2 of chocolate.

40 min walk with GG and the kids, weeding the garden and scrubbing the showers! And hanging lots of washing on the line as its finally a sunny day!

I felt good today after little sleep last night, I think because my husband and I argued yesterday I had a lot going around in my head but mainly it was because I was snoring! I woke my husband up and I ended up sleeping in my sons bed and he went into our bed. Then I kept waking myself up, I do have a sore throat and maybe a sinus infection but if it keeps up maybe I'll have to see a doctor because we all need our sleep!! Hmmm..no good.

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Post by automatedeating » Mon Jul 08, 2019 2:43 pm

Oh, sorry to hear about the argument with your husband. I hope things are resolved a bit better between the two of you now.
And bummer about the snoring and musical beds! Moving around and sleeping in different places is kind of common around my place, lol. For a whole variety of reasons.
I love that you are getting back into the biking. So your family is going down to 1 car? That sounds commendable, I will love to hear more. We have only had one car for the past week, and it is has been irritating. I like my freedom! I don't like planning with Sexy about vehicle use, but I suppose we'd get better at it over time.
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Post by cedar » Tue Jul 09, 2019 7:40 am

Hey Auto,
No we are selling my car and upgrading..its just getting to that age where things are starting to break down so thought we better get onto it now. We couldn't be with just 1 car unfortunately, it would be great if we could though money wise!

Bike Ride to pick up car- 35mins.
Walk 20mins.

Bfast. Muesli, apple, coconut and yogurt.
Lunch- salad and chicken wrap at the bakery. Cup of tea
Dinner- will be bacon and eggs and salad..got home late about to cook now.

Took the kids and dog to beach today, then to the skate park then bakery for lunch. Good day, everyone is happy and tired.

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Post by automatedeating » Tue Jul 09, 2019 3:31 pm

Sounds like a great day!
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Post by cedar » Wed Jul 10, 2019 11:08 am

Thanks Auto, it was!

Wednesday 10th July. 55.6kgs.

Bfast= 2 poached eggs on 3 slices toast, mandarin and Dandelion tea. Lots of butter on toast!
(note to self..Muesli or cereal satisfies me more than eggs and toast..I felt I could have just kept eating and eating the toast this morning and I always want more than 1-2 slices at breakfast..however for lunch 2 slices of toast or bread is fine?) Plus I don't like having bread for both breakfast and lunch.

Lunch= chicken, salad, sweet chili wrap, 3 bites of apple pie. Cup of tea.

Dinner=lots of salad and coleslaw, topped with vegetable and chorizo sausage pasta sauce and a spoon full of spiral pasta. 2 squares of chocolate.

I technically failed today by adding onto my meals after the plate was complete.

25mins formal movement (lucy's YouTube videos).

I worked last night so slept from about 8.30/9am until 12ish. I then took the boys to run some errands and we went out for lunch at the local shops, nice. A friend came over with her son and her dog so our puppy could meet her dog for the first time now she's immunised, they played non stop! They had an absolute ball running and playing and jumping..such joy watching them. GG is very tired tonight! Dogs are the best, it's so good having a dog again. She reminds me to keep things simple and have funπŸ•πŸ’•πŸ’•πŸ’•πŸ‘πŸ» pure love!

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Post by automatedeating » Wed Jul 10, 2019 3:52 pm

You sing to my heart when you talk about GG. :-)
So happy that your family has a dog again.
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Post by cedar » Thu Jul 11, 2019 10:35 am

I love that you volunteer at the dog shelter Auto, that's so cool.

Bfast- Bowl of Muesli, sliced apple, desiccated coconut and Greek yogurt. Dandelion Soy Tea.

Lunch- baked potato with beef mince, sour cream and sprinkling of cheese. Small skim hot chocolate.

Dinner- Steak, chips, broccoli and salad. Square of chocolate and 2 marshmallow biscuits. Tumeric tea.

20 min walk with GG + lots of walking around doing the groceries and shopping for clothes for my son who's had a massive growth spurt and literally had 2 pairs of pants that fit him! Mowed the lawn and tidied up driveway.

Today was busy busy but I got things done that needed doing, so I'm pleased. I'm working tonight, I have a head cold and really shouldn't be going into work but always get the guilts calling in sick. I'll wear a mask and stay a distance from people. It's been quieter at night shift lately, so that's why I decided to go in (not as much interaction with residents).

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Post by cedar » Fri Jul 12, 2019 7:57 am

Bfast - 2x slices grainy w'meal bread. One with a slice of harvati cheese, the other with banana and peanut butter. Dandelion tea, dash of soy.

I've decided if I have bread for Breakfast then none for lunch, it's not that it's bad I think it can just crowd out other things. Plus it has to be decent bread like the heavy wholegrain one, it's very satisfying.

Lunch- steamed potato with coleslaw, tuna, a sprinkle of cheese and tsp chobani Greek yogurt. 1/2 apple.

Dinner- will be baked potato with a mince and vegetable sauce on top, some parmesan cheese. Some chocolate will feature too I'm sure.

Walk at the beach with kids and dog, this is my happy place lately and today was such a stunningly beautiful day, clear blue sky even wore shorts and a tshirt. I worked last night so slept this morning then headed out for a couple hours this afternoon to get us all some fresh air. As it was more a stroll I will do a 15-20min Lucy video also.

Work tonight, then it's the weekend πŸ’ƒ. I'm sad the school holidays are over I love hanging out with my boys..and not rushing in the mornings making school lunches etc.. Term 3 already! Another crazy quick year.

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Post by lpearlmom » Sun Jul 14, 2019 6:00 am

I grew up on the beach in LA and it’s the only thing i miss about living there. It brings me so much peace. Enjoy!
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Post by cedar » Sun Jul 14, 2019 11:34 am

Thanks Linda, wow growing up in LA. Glad you have happy memories of the beach. We have moved to a different state and the beach is still a bit of a novelty I guess, well the beach PLUS beautiful sunny weather!

Bfast-Saturday 2Γ— slices grainy wholemeal toast, banana and peanut butter on one, avocado and cheese on the other. Herb tea

Lunch- coleslaw salad plus mince and potato leftovers from dinner, a mandarin. Cup of tea.

Dinner- chicken and veg pie, plus kaleslaw salad. Chocolate chip cookie and 2 squares of chocolate. Soy Dandelion latte.

30 min walk with Gorgeous girl and 14min Arm and waist exercise video.

Sunday Bfast- 2 slices grainy wholemeal toast with tuna cheese and kaleslaw salad. Cup of tea.

40min walk run with Gorgeous girl. 7 min leg and 4 min arm video. Lots of walking and cleaning up around the garden today.

Lunch- yummy Burger, Fries and milkshake out with the family. So filling and delicious.

Dinner- A small pear and a bowl of cereal. Cup of Tea.

We have decided to sell our little 7 month old calf, her lovely mum died a few weeks ago and she is mooing a lot and just unhappy. We either need to get another cow to keep her company or find a new home. I put her on Gumtree last night and had a lovely little family call up straight away to say they'd love to meet her, they've been looking for ages and they want her as a house cow/pet. She will always have them as company and they also have 2 little baby calves and other animals so sounds like she'd be very happy there. She is such a sweet thing, it's hard to let her go, but meeting this little family we knew it was best for her. He came today to try to get her on the trailer but she got very skittish and after an hour or more it just didn't happen..so he will try again tomorrow with just me (hubby and boys will be at work and school) so we will see. I'm feeling a bit sad tonight and anxious for her, she's never known travelling on a trailer!
All in all it was a beautiful Sunday.

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Post by lpearlmom » Sun Jul 14, 2019 6:38 pm

Oooh that sounds tough but definitely the right thing for her. Big *hugs*
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Post by cedar » Mon Jul 15, 2019 10:45 am

Thanks Linda..😊

Well the saga continues with our calf, 3 hours today of trying to get her in!! She was so close so many times and we even had her in the trailer at one stage and we were so excited then she busted out of it..then broke out of the stable..ahhhhhh we will give it another go tomorrow and if it doesn't work the buyer will get some professionals to come. Maybe she's not meant to go, its upsetting to see her so freaked out, but after spending time with the buyers today and the little girls were so lovely with her I know she'll be happy..she just has to get there!

Bfast- 2 x slices buttered grainy wholemeal toast with scrambled eggs and cheese. Banana.

A lovely long stroll on the beach with some friends and our dogs this morning after school drop off. GG had a ball!

Lunch- a big Asian salad. Chocolate and a cup of tea.

Dinner- green chicken curry with rice and vegies. A sliced apple on yogurt. Chocolate.

No formal exercise today, the 3 hours of trying to coax a calf into a trailer changed all my plans!! Anyway, I got a lot of sun and gentle movement.
Work tonight.

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Post by cedar » Tue Jul 16, 2019 10:31 am

Ahhh..gorgeous calf is in her new home and is already settling in with the other calves and animals. I'm happy and sad, she is a special creature.

Bfast - 2 slices grainy toast with ham cheese tomato, soy Dandelion latte. Spoon of nutella.

Walk at the beach with GG..was beautiful but I was so tired after working the night should have gone straight to bed.

Lunch- coleslaw salad, tuna. Some crackers with hummus and a choc chip cookie.

27minute Lucy video. (Legs and full body).

Dinner- half the plate filled with salads, 1/2 cup pasta. Scoop of beef mince and vegetable bake. 2 square dark lindt choc.

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