Tuesday, June 9, 2009

Pasta Tuesday

For some reason today I hit snooze for over an hour! Kyle and I stayed up late Monday night having a good talk, so I have to say it was worth it, even though I was dragging!

I ate my cereal on the run (not literally!) this morning. I had honey nut cheerios and a small sliced banana for 5 points! Definitely one of my top 5 favorite breakfasts’!!!DSC02912 

We only had 3/6 people in the office today…it was NUTS!! I didn’t get much done other than take calls and students in my office. But it sure made the day go fast though! Summer hours don’t hurt either!

I had my morning snack really stinkin’ close to the afternoon! It was the usual morning mush (1 1/2 c strawberries, 1/4 c grape nuts, and strawberry yogurt) for 3 points. DSC02913 

I am just loving these petite carrots! Speaking of, I need to stock up again! I had a small bowl of them on the drive home for lunch for 0 points! DSC02914 

For some reason I wasn’t in the mood for hardly anything for lunch. I piddeled around the kitchen for a while and wasted too much time and ended up not having enough time to make much of anything so I had a Smart Ones meal and added some more of my own broccoli for 6 points.

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For desert I had a oats and chocolate fiber one bar for 2 points on the drive back to work. Hit the spot that was craving chocolate!! :) DSC02904

After work this afternoon I got another tan in and then rushed home because I wanted to be able to ride my bike to WW. And that is just what I did. (35 minutes total, there and back) And to think I thought I was running behind schedule, not even, I was 15 minutes early! And I am happy to say I maintained for the 4th week. Only 2 more to go!! I cannot wait!! And I learned about a new class from a fellow WW member that the Y is offering that I REALLY want to check out! Hopefully I will have some news on this on Thursday!

When I got home from WW I was searching the cupboards trying to figure out what would make my tummy happy! And then I came across the box of velvetta and I knew it….mac n cheese!! So I made homemade mac n cheese for a total of 6 points. Totally hit the spot!

Here is what went into my mac n cheese:

  • 2 oz whole wheat pasta, cooked
  • 2 oz 2% Velvetta, melted
  • sprinkle of milk
  • steamed broccoli
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Hopefully all these carbs in all this pasta today will help me on my run day tomorrow…or do you think that is just a myth?!?!

So around 8ish I was really craving some ice cream and that isn’t something that we usually keep in the house, so I hit the road to the grocery store and picked some up…along with some cake!! Now I know you are thinking I probably blew my points for the day..but nope!! I bought those little 100 calorie hostess cakes! Satisfied my craving for chocolate and ice cream!! And only 4 points!! :) DSC02918

After my desert I got to work on my “to-do” list.

  • Booked hotel rooms for SIL’s wedding next week – procrastinator I know!! - CHECK
  • Booked hotel room for 1/2 marathon Oct 18th – yep you read that right, Kyle and I will be running the Des Moines Half Marathon!! - CHECK
  • Registered for 5K run in Pocahontas (Kyle’s hometown) – race day is June 27th!! - CHECK
  • Researched & complied training schedule for 1/2 marathon (will post soon!) - CHECK

TUESDAY’S STATS

POINTS = 26/22
WATER = 96 oz
EXERCISE = 35 minute bike ride

22 comments:

Mama Bear June said...

Wow, that race and training schedule is pretty awesome! You are doing an awesome job, congrats on maintaining.
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Melissa said...

I love everything your able to eat and still stay in your points range!! Yummy food too!! Great job!

Marisa (Trim The Fat) said...

Great job, Darci!!! Only 2 more weeks and you're a Lifer! Yay!

Cammy said...

You're over the halfway point now for maintenance and you're doing AWESOME!

Kelly said...

The mac n cheese and dessert stole my heart. Yum!

Excuse me but did you say half marathon? WOW! I'm so impressed. I can't wait to follow your journey to the marathon. That's really exciting.

Little Miss Fatty Pants said...

Gosh, you're like my new hero. You manage to eat what you want and stay within your points range. That's an awesome feat, in my eyes.

Dancing Sweet Pea said...

Congrats on registering for the half marathon! How awesome Darci! I'm so proud of you!

A Daunting Tale of Scale Warfare said...

OMG that dessert looks INSANELY good. I want it NOW hehe.

Great job on the maintain! Very impressive lady :)

Leah @ Simply Fabulous said...

Hey girl, are you still trying to lose weight? Or are you in complete maintenance mode now?

How did you decide what your goal weight was going to be?

Syl said...

your morning mush looks delicious, I really need to try it, I see it on your blog all the time and keep thinking, that could be good :-)
Not a fan of yogurt but maybe with the added goodness I could get over it!
a half marathon...well done!

fittingbackin said...

Your 'eats' look so yummy!! I love all of the whole foods and yummy desserts - and that mac & cheese looks good!

Amanda said...

wow what an inspiration, I found your blog on one of my blog journeys down the rabbit hole...and here I am! Congrats on reaching your goal! I just joined last week for the 3rd time. my blog is http://fromcowtowow.blogspot.com/

Amanda

CW said...

These all look delicious. This is a really good way to use the power of small. Taking the time for yourself that it takes to prepare a good meal is the real trick to eating well and losing weight.

Kari said...

your food choices always look amazing to me!

Angie P said...

hope your doing ok...haven't seen ya post in a few days! have an awesome weekend

Mama Bear June said...

You've been MIA for a while. Hope everything is OK with you and you are having a wonderful summer.
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Melissa said...

Miss you!!! Email me if you don't feel like blogging... mejese313@yahoo.com

Leah @ Simply Fabulous said...

Hey girlie! I hope everything is going alright and you are enjoying your summer!

Sunny Days said...

You are doing awesome! I haven't been on in awhile to see how everyone is doing.....I'm impressed....you re doing GREAT! I'm so proud of you for having a plan and making it work for you. Good job!
I'm still working on it......oh, and by the way.....I love your "morning mush" too, it is my favorite breakfast and sometimes snack. Keep up the good work! :)

Kelly said...

Hey chick! Where are ya? Everything ok? Just enjoying your time off or do you need someone to whip you back in shape? :)

Miss your posts but I hope you're having a great summer.

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