I have had a great weekend. I changed the layout and look of the blog. I was tired of the old template and wanted something new. I think I like pink because that sure didn't change... oh well :)
I'm working on a reference page for some of the sites I visit often in this journey.. I often marvel at the size of what the World Wide Web actually is compared to the places I've been... I'm sure the percent I read or come across is minuscule to its' actual size... Please share with me your favorite sites on your journey so we can expand our horizons together.
Not in particular order:
DietFacts.Com for Calorie Counts
Myfitmesspal.com for Calorie Counts, Recipe analyzer and tools
Sparkpeople.com provides calorie counts, recipe analyzer, tools and especially informative information not to mention the inspiration their members give
Caloriecount.com for calorie counts, recipe analyzer, recipe index and some great toolbars
All right friends, show me what I'm missing....
Created by MyFitnessPal - Nutrition Facts For Foods
February 27, 2011
February 24, 2011
Smiling... barely hit the mark but it's all worth every minute. I didn't even let the ice storm trip me up or slip me up I should say.. hehehe. I go see my doctor on March 2 and he is going to be so pleased - if you only knew how different that is for me to make that statement. Take Care.
February 17, 2011
Hi. I don't have a lot to say... I'm not going to go into this long post about being back and invincible. I am me. I got side-tracked. Losing weight is hard but it doesn't have to be. Am I determined? Yes, very determined. I'm back on my way down the scale and I miss writing about it. I seem to abandon my blog when things are rough for me and I'm not having winning results. Typical behavior. I even stop reading other blogs or read without commenting when things are down. For now, I'm not placing any expectations on myself when it comes to this blog. It is simply here for me and for you should you find it helps you, entertains you, or does whatever for you. I'm taking this battle on one day at a time and even down to a second at a time if I have to. Presently, I'm counting calories and being monitored by my primary doctor. I have a habit of becoming obsessed with dieting and then when one slip up happens its not good enough and I quit. This can't be anymore. For now, more good days than bad days, more healthier meals than junk meals and more losses than gains...