Draglist's Journal, 04 Sep 13

Fast day two and another 352 calorie workout resulted in a 224.1 weigh-in. Cool. Will do about 1000 calories tomorrow.
101.7 kg Lost so far: 45.8 kg.    Still to go: 8.7 kg.    Diet followed: 100%.

View Diet Calendar, 04 September 2013:
612 kcal Fat: 3.86g | Prot: 31.76g | Carbs: 123.92g.   Breakfast: Bananas, Bananas. Lunch: Bananas. Dinner: Steamed or Boiled Shrimp, Pears. Snacks/Other: Bananas. more...
2787 kcal Exercise: Walking (brisk) - 4/mph - 40 minutes, Sleeping - 5 hours and 30 minutes, Resting - 17 hours and 50 minutes. more...
Losing 6.0 kg a Week


Yep, you are knocking it out of the park :) How are you doing, given the circumstances? Doing okay? And I am sure you had a ton of work to come back to. I am so pleased it's already Thursday :) 
05 Sep 13 by member: sarahsmum
Yes, I'm fine. Came back to a whirlwind of work. Won't get a break for a few weeks as we wrap up the fiscal year. Slid easily back into my former diet and workout patterns. Have fun in Scotland! 
05 Sep 13 by member: Draglist
Isn't it great when our 'diet' is no longer a diet but has become our way of life? I have been eating low carb for so long now it is just 'natural' to me. And not eating for 10 hours plus a day now also comes easy. Who would have thunk it? And yes I am sure you are swamped at work, but that keeps your mind busy. And Scotland, oh yes, I will have fun. For me it is the land of cake and chocolate so probably the wrong type of fun :) 
05 Sep 13 by member: sarahsmum
Cake, chocolates, and single malts! ;). Yes, it was great that while on vacation I ate -- as an aberration -- what I formerly would have eaten as routine. But on average, I only ate about 2050 calories per day in August. That's still 500 calories per day less than maintenance of my current weight. So while I was really enjoying myself at times, I actually was able to track it all and not give up. No thought of that at all. And now I'm seeing that my plan to get on track is working. Very gratifying! 
05 Sep 13 by member: Draglist
Yep, I'll have to remember that when I'm on vacay, that it's not a free for all and try to keep track of the crap I eat, if I eat crap. My friend is a good cook so I don't worry about the 'food' it's the cakes and chocolate over there. Mind you I haven't eaten there in 14 years so it might be like here - where it looks fab but it doesn't taste like it looks. Anyway, I am sure it won't be a free for all. The guy I am staying with is a skinny wee man, always has been, and I am sure not gonna stuff my face with him watching. But he is a baker - sigh. It's all good, I am only gone 14 days. And if I gain a few pounds I know how to get them off, don't I? I will definitely try single malt when I go 'home' though, as haven't tried it before. I am sure you can suggest several I should try? LOL 
05 Sep 13 by member: sarahsmum
The ones I would suggest may be imports sent to the savages overseas! : ) But some that I like are Macallan, Glenmorangie, and Balvenie. There are dozens if not hundreds of different single malts, however, and each town will have its own pride and joy. You should have a wee nip of each! Enjoy! 
05 Sep 13 by member: Draglist


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