One Mom’s Journey from Fat to Skinny to Confident

FOOD JOURNALS

ME time

15 Comments 1084 views

I’m taking some advice from all your awesome comments and email, and taking the night off but I wanted to post my food journal…


Food Units
pumpkin oatmeal 3
leftover stuff from freezer, stuff is all i can use to describe it, must have been one of my experiments brown rice, peppers, yum! I do that sometimes lol 4
grilled cheese quesdailla “thing” made with flat out bread cheese and turkey pepperoni – something else I so a lot! 3
granola bar 2
Activity: 1 mile run, 10 min eliptical, 10 min bike as per my new workout schedule -3
baked ham, sweet potatoes and peas 8
kashi cookie and choclate milk with toddler before bed – made me smile :) 4
Soy Crisps with homemade bean dip (another one I need to post!) 6
Total: 27

Table provided by Roni’s Food Tweet, Eat, Post Generator.



Leave a comment

I’d love to hear your story or thoughts on mine.

However, to prevent the massive amounts of spam I was receiving I have turned off comments on any post older than 5 days old. If you'd like to leave me a note regarding this post or anything really try me on twitter (@RoniNoone,) my Facebook page, or even IG (@RoniNoone) I'm so sorry for the inconvenience. I never thought I'd have to do this but it's gotten way out of hand and comment management has become simply too time consuming to manage.

Discussion

There are 15 comments so far.

    Tanya

    October 28, 2008

    Good for you!!! Enjoy your night and stay warm!!

    LeeAnn

    October 28, 2008

    Enjoy your evening.

    Check out LeeAnns last blog post..FaLL MEME

    Christy

    October 29, 2008

    Everything looks good. You had a good night and stayed in a good point range. I think we are trying the “ham, sweet potato and peas” dinner this week. I have had a ham in my freezer for about a month now. The pumpkin oatmeal looks really good…

    Rachel

    October 29, 2008

    Roni –

    Just wondering, as a lifetime WW member who is maintaining what is your point range?

    I’m not there yet and you probably work out A LOT more than I do but I was just curious.

    – Rachel

    roni

    October 29, 2008

    Rachel – I generally try to stay between 25 and 30. If I wanted to lose my points would be 20. But in maintenance what I learned is it’s not so much about the points as the balance. I may have a 40 point day and then cut back to 20 the next. Honestly, I don’t pay much attention to them anymore, it’s more of a post analysis. Like… “Huh.. I ate 27 points today, that’s cool” I don’t really do the preplanning like I did when I was losing.

    Just like everything it’s a progression.

    Hope that helps!!

    Annette

    October 29, 2008

    glad you are making time for you!

    Check out Annettes last blog post..Deeper and Richer

    Christine

    October 29, 2008

    Hi Roni! You really only get 3 points for that workout?

    Check out Christines last blog post..LTG

    Petunia

    October 29, 2008

    The Pumpkin Oatmeal looks great!
    Thanks for the update on your work out!

    roni

    October 29, 2008

    I totally low ball AP it keeps me honest! :~) 1 point each activity is the “Roni logic” I used.

    danesa

    October 29, 2008

    any recipe for cookies like this in the works? a spinning instructor at my gym makes her own and sells them, and they are awesome, way better than packaged ones, but expensive ($4 per cookie, but they’re BIG). i’ve tried a few different recipes on my own, but can’t find one i like. i tried hungrygirl’s breakfast cookie, and liked it, but found it a bit “rubbery,” for lack of a better word.

    danesa

    October 29, 2008

    okay, the last comment asking about a recipe was about the kashi cookies… didn’t make that clear!

    roni

    October 29, 2008

    danesaI – actually got it! LOL and I’m working on one. I had the same idea last night while I was eating it!

    danesa

    October 29, 2008

    Awesome! The one my instructor sells tastes like it has peanut butter, oats, small choc chips, maybe dried cranberries, and i know she said she always uses kashi cereal in them, and experiments with different kinds. It has the consistency of a no-bake cookie almost. Good luck! Looking forward to seeing/eating it!

    Christine

    October 29, 2008

    I am so happy your taking some me time, balance is the key….. You and I discussed this in person and it made me open my eyes at how easy it is to go in a direction that isn’t balanced. Keep up the awesome work Roni you have NO idea the impact you have on so many people including me…. I can’t wait till you make it to Toronto again, so you can come to my Cardio Core Bootcamp class

    Stay strong,
    Christine :o)

    Tricia

    October 30, 2008

    Oh I am excited for the Kashi cookie recipe!!! Has anyone tried the Quaker oatmeal cookies? I really like those. They are big, thick, and filling.