Friday, March 30, 2012

The Mystical Plateau

HOWDY! Sorry for the brief leave but I had a cost accounting test that I had to hibernate and study for. Stress level = 100; seriously I broke out in hives. I have hives on my hands, on my neck, on my face, on my chest. Its itchy and very un-cool. I came home and just sat there and tried not to think. But its past, and I’m ready to get my blog on!

So on to the topic I mentioned a few days ago – plateaus, which I think are about as real as fluffy white unicorns. I get this question from friends a lot, “I’ve plateaued so what do I do?”. You haven’t plateaued. I don’t believe in it. So my first question is are you counting calories? Weight loss is math my friends, calories in minus calories out! Simple! You may be able to get away with not counting at the beginning of your weight loss journey but eventually it’s going to become a necessity. You have to make sure that you are staying in your allotted calorie “budget”. My next question, are you working out three to five times a week for at least thirty minutes to an hour. If you say yes I’m counting calories and yes I’m working out then here are my suggestions.

1. Switch up your workout. Try a new workout class or tape. Or do your workout in reverse. Kick up the intensity or resistance. Our bodies are smart little stinkers, they adapt and if you are doing the same workout day after day, week after week your body is going to adjust and that workout is going to lose its effectiveness. So that’s why I say shake it up a little with something new so your body will be like “oh this is new”. Then you should see the weight start to move after a week.

2.  Make sure you are drinking enough water and not eating too much sodium. Your body can literally wilt if you aren’t drinking enough water. Water also aids your body in processing fat. Sodium can cause your body to hold onto water weight and though you may have lost some weight your body may still weight the same due to water weight.

Now, and this is important, if you are counting calories, watching what you eat, continually changing up your workouts, and drinking lots of water and nothing has changed then GO TO THE DOCTOR. There are several things like hormone imbalance and thyroid issues that can prohibit the body from losing weight. So go see a doctor, take with you a journal of your workouts and diet , and you have to be honest. They can run blood panels and help you find a balance in your body that will allow  you to continue in your weight loss journey!

Now if you are someone who is trying to lose those last ten pounds or what is referred to as vanity pounds you may not see a weight loss after a time. This is why I don't put too much faith in a scale. If you are nearing the end of your weight loss journey keep a photo diary of weekly progress photos or take your measurements. For example. When I started Insanity the first time around, I weighed 136. I actually gained two pounds and stayed that way for several weeks. At the end of the program I was in VERY good shape, and I still weighed 136. But instead of my weight being made up of some fat, it was made up of lots of muscle.  So keep that in mind.

So on a side note. My goal was to fit in a pair of size seven (in teen sizes) daisy dukes I used to wear just out of college. Well I put them on Wednesday on a whim and HOLY COW! They fit! Its not a perfect fit but its getting there! So I will definitely be ready for summer at this pace! 

As for my furry counter parts, they are all in trouble and being locked out of the bed room tonight. Lets just say they forgot their manners with guests in the house. 

Till next time,

Live, Love, and Lift!

-Just me

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Wednesday, March 28, 2012

Motivation and a recipe

The only person holding you back is you. When you start down this journey, before you move forward you need to make peace with everything you see behind you. You can do this. And you deserve this, no matter what anyone has told you in the past. 

A recipe I would like to share.

Southern Water
1 pitcher of water (I empty my Brita pitcher into another)
1 handful of washed mint leaves
1 lemon sliced
1/2 a cucumber sliced (optional)

Combine in a pitcher and allow to steep over night and enjoy all the next day! Easy!

Live, Love, and Lift.

-Kiwi and Me
(she is curled up in my lap, bathing in the sun after attacking me while I had my bowl of cereal this morning)

Monday, March 26, 2012

Bob Harper

So I bought several Bob Harper DVDs awhile back and I haven't gotten to do many of them. My younger sister told me to try the Total Body Transformation because, well, it kicked her hiney! Now remember that big ego I have? I was quite sure that since I am a P90X and Insanity grad that the TBT couldn't be that rough. I was wrong. Very very wrong.

Oh my goodness was I wrong. Total Body Transformation is sort of like Shaun T's Pure Cardio in the sense that they are no stops and it's go, go, go! But it's mostly compound moves that never end and exhaust a certain muscle until its useless only to move on to the next muscle victim. The purpose of the DVD is to help those that have "plateaued". (I will discuss my views on plateaus at a later date, but I'd like to say that I don't believe they exist in the way most people do.) Well this DVD delivers a great workout sure to shock your system! So try it out!

Live, Love, and Lift!

-Kiwi and Me

PS. One day later - Sore!!! 

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Sunday, March 25, 2012

Sunday, a day of... Prep?

Good evening my friends! I am ALIVE! I am feeling much better, still sound like a frog but oh well. Can't complain! I have a great little post for you today all about thinking ahead and setting yourself up for SUCCESS! Sunday is a day of rest where we prep ourselves for the week ahead. I hear people say all the time that they have trouble eating well during the week cause they don't have time after work to make something for the next day. Well here is your solution. Yes, I have lots of those. 

Plan ahead. Sit down on Sunday and plan your week, as well as you can. If you do have time during the week to cook meals, plan what you will make for your healthy dinners, and make a little extra to use for lunch the next day. Or another option is you can make a big serving of one meal on Sundays and portion it out for the rest of the week. For example, I made Skinny Taste Turkey Taco Chili Soup for dinner tonight, and holy moly I put too much cayenne pepper. I cooked extra and portioned it out in single servings to take for lunch during the week. Easy. 1 hour of prep to stay on track for the rest of the week. 1 hour is 4% of your day, crazy huh? You can also plan our your breakfast meals for the week. I put a Ezekiel English Muffin in zip lock bag that I grab with my lunch. I keep a jar of peanut butter in my desk and eat it when I get to work. Or whatever works for you. Buy a thing of bananas and yogurt (a low calorie/sugar kind-and preferably organic) and grab it on the way out. I even put my vitamins in zip lock bags for the week. I get up, I grab my zip lock of vitamins, my zip lock of Ezekiel bread, my lunch and run out the door. Easy. I'm set for the day and there is no room to stray. It also makes calorie counting easy.  I hope this helps and gives you some ideas on how to plan your meals for the week. I go into everything with a plan.

KIWI! She has been strangely cuddly today. It kind of freaked me out. I even thought, what if she is like that cat at that one hospital that can tell when people are dying... Is that why she is following me?! I'm crazy I know. But its been nice to see her in a good mood. 

On a positive note, I am in that last five to ten pounds, almost into vanity pounds, so I haven't been weighing as often because like I have said before it can be discouraging. Well I weighed myself today for the first time in a month and I've lost two pounds. Feeling like a boss. 

So your homework, sit down and make a plan for your week. It will save you time and help you stay on track as well as keep you from making less than favorable decisions as to your diet. 

Live, Love, and Lift!

-Kiwi and Me!

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Saturday, March 24, 2012


I thought I would post up some motivation for you guys since I've been a little MIA. Trust me it's not intentional. I have been sick for about a week, I finally went to the doctor yesterday and found out I have a sinus infection and bronchitis. Yay. I'm tired of not working out so I had to do something. I'm feeling much better today even though I have practically no voice which I'm sure my fiancé is loving. Anyways! I'll try to have a lots of good topics for your reading pleasure next week! Just remember I haven't forgotten you.

Live, Love, and Lift!

-Kiwi and the infected one.

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Thursday, March 22, 2012

Something Fishy...

Last night I cooked Salmon for my mother, myself and my fiance. LOVE IT. Flaky, tasty fish with TONS of benefits for improving your heath. Omega 3 fatty acids are commonly found in our cute sea friends, fish. Now if you are a fish eater, great, if you're not you can still get the same benefits by supplementing with a Fish Oil Supplement.  So I bet you are wondering what these benefits are, well here are just a few from our friends over at Fish Oil Advice. Below are just twelve reasons why you should include fish in your diet or fish oil in your supplement regime. For all twenty reasons listed in article visit the Fish Oil Advice. Please do your research before you go and purchase fish oil supplements to make sure you get one that doesn't include mercury, as that can be bad for your health.

#1 – Eases Depression

Since the 1990s researchers have started to look at fish oil as not only a way to treat but to prevent depression. After noticing a lower level of depression in their area of their studies on fish oil, scientist began to explore the benefits of fish oil on depression.

According to Fish Oil Advice, Andrew Stoll, M.D., suggested that since cell membranes are partially comprised of omega-3s, increasing the levels of omega-3 in the blood allows serotonin, an antidepressant chemical produced by the body, to more easily transport between cells, thus explaining the benefits of fish oil, higher levels of omega-3s and connection to lower rates of depression.
#2 – Lowers Cholesterol
Both the Mayo Clinic and the American Heart Association recommend fish oil supplements to help reduce cholesterol levels. Fish oil has been proven to help study subjects with, or without,  coronary disease and cholesterol issues.
#3 – Lowers Triglyceride Levels
The Mayo Clinic and other researchers have discovered that fish oil also helped lower triglyceride levels in the blood which helps reduce the risk of coronary disease.
#4 – Reduces Inflammation In The Body
Another benefit is reduced inflammation in the body, including like lupus thyroid inflammatory disease or psoriasis.. 
#5 – Eliminates Joint Pain

Along with helping with inflammation, fish oil can help with joint pain caused by conditions like osteoarthritis and Rheumatoid arthritis.  For instance, the Albany Medical College conducted a study that showed fish oil may be used in place of pharmaceuticals for pain relief from Rheumatoid arthritis.

#6 – Improves Your Skin
Docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) and eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) are two of the essential fatty acids (EFA) included in fish oil supplements, and EPA is directly related to skin health. In the 2005 Journal of Lipid Research, they showed that fish oil improved oil production regulation, improved hydration, and reduced acne and wrinkles. Who wouldn't like any help they can get with wrinkles right? EPA can also help protect your skin from damage caused by UVA rays.
#7 – Promotes Weight Loss
Yeah buddy! A study at the University of Georgia showed fish oils ability to prevent cells from converting into fat cells, causing the pre-fat cells to die and therefore reducing the overall accumulation of fat. In Australia, scientist discovered that fish oil in addition to diet and exercise showed greater results then just diet and exercise alone. And lastly, a study done recently in Japan, in mice, showed that taking fish oil increased their metabolisms and they gained less weight then their non fish oil friends.
#8 – Increases Your Focus
The Hallowell Center for ADHD recommends omega-3s in the form of fish oil supplements for patients experiencing trouble focusing. Their studies noted that fish oil increased focus, but not as much hyperactivity, though the results may take a few weeks to show.
#9 – Improves Vision
Several studies done domestically and internationally, indicated that not only are there benefits of fish oil when eyes are developing in babies in the womb, but that adults taking fish oil are less prone to macular degeneration as they age.
#10– Reduces Soreness From Weight Training
Bodybuilders have recently discovered that fish oil can significantly reduce soreness from strength training routines. This is beneficial for anyone incorporating strength training into their workouts.
#11 – May Slow Breast Tumor Growth
Omega-3 fatty acids have been research proven to slow down cancer growth, by the American Association for Cancer Research. Other studies pertaining to breast cancer and fish oil, though their were varying results there were many positive indicators that fish oil may help slow cancerous growth.
For those who like fish, check out this recipe over at Skinny Taste for Grilled Garlic Dijon Herb Salmon! I'm literally salivating looking at it.
So for your homework do some research and make sure you are getting enough of your Omega 3s, and if not find a supplement that is right for you!

Live, Love, and Lift!
-Kiwi and me

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Wednesday, March 21, 2012

Jillian Michaels

Let's talk about only one of the most iconic trainers in the world... Ms. Jillian Michaels. If we all had her as our personal trainer, well, we'd all be RIPPED. Best known for her time spent kicking butt and taking names on Biggest Loser, she has since moved on to work on her personal life and other projects. I miss seeing her every Tuesday, but she is still around if you know where to look for her. 

And look no further than iTunes! The Jillian Michaels Show has dozens of FREE podcasts for your listening pleasure that you can download and play on the go. You can listen to them at the gym, in the car, while you're cooking... Her podcasts cover plateaus, workouts, gym shoes, nutrition, obesity in children, and lots of other topics that can be beneficial to those seeking to better their health! Just beware she does use cuss words here and there, so if you have young ears around you may want to wait to listen to them on your own. Biggest Loser trainer Bob Harper drops in from time to time on her podcasts to throw in his two cents as well. I really enjoy listening to her podcasts, and she makes good points on how to stay motivated. 

So your homework, download one of her podcasts and see what you think. If you're not really into her, how can you not be, try finding a fitness podcast that you like.

As for Ms. Kiwi, I saw this comic this morning and busted out laughing because it totally reminded me of her. My little ball of evil. Feeling better today, so I'm going back to my workouts tomorrow even though I'm still experiencing some congestion. I really hate missing a workout, so these last few days have been pretty tough for me to be low key (even though I've snuck in some squats and weights in here and there). 

Live, Love, and Lift!

-Kiwi and Me

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Tuesday, March 20, 2012


2,500 BLOG VIEWS?!?!

Are you guys kidding me?! I'm in total shock right now! I can't believe this blog has had 2,500 views! As I watched the numbers get close I was so giddy!! If I was able to motivate just one person in that whole batch then my job here is done! (I'd like to motivate more than that though, so I'll hang around. Ain't getting rid of me that easy!) Its good to see that Kiwi and I are being heard! So keep it up guys! Hang around, the best is yet to come, I promise!

So thank you, thank you, thank you. You are all so awesome!

Live, Love, and Lift.

-Kiwi and Me

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Monday, March 19, 2012

A little motivation...

Remember - Strong is the new Skinny. Strive for health, the rest will come with it.

I don't want a six pack, but I have to say this girls body is rocking! Look at those legs!

Live, Love, and Lift!

-Kiwi and Me

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No Excuse

I hear it so often, I was at work late or I had to stay in a hotel last night and I couldn't work out. WRONG. You can work out anywhere, it just takes a little creativity my friends!

When I go out of town I take my set of resistance bands if I know the hotel I'm staying at doesn't have a gym so that way I can still get a quick work out in before I go out.

I stumbled today over this article about an anywhere workout and I thought it tied in perfectly with today's post! The good people over at FitnessRX posted a video with the help of those lovely ladies over at Bombshell Fitness of a quick workout you can do anywhere and still stay on track to see those great results no matter where you are. All you need is a chair. Yes just a chair, simple as that my friends.

Move One: Push ups - put your arms on the seat of the chair and extend your legs outward in normal push up stance. Bring your chest all the way down to the chair and push all the way back up.

Move Two: Chair dips - Put your arms on the seat of the chair and lower your body down, be sure to keep your arms close to your side and you'll be sure to feel the burn in the back of your arms.

Move Three: Kick Backs - Place both arms on the back of the chair and with one leg kick all the way  back. Be sure to keep your abs pulled in tight and to feel the squeeze in your bum.

Move Four: One Legged Squats -  In the lunge position, rest one leg on the seat of the chair. Keep your torso straight and your core engaged and lower your body down keeping the weight of your body in your front heel. Be sure to watch your form and keep your knee from going over your toes.

Move Five: In and Outs - This last move is for your abs. Sit on the edge of your chair and bring your abs into your chest then back out. Be sure you don't cheat and use your arms!

Do three to four sets of each move and voila! You're done! You've gotten a full all over body workout from the convenience of anywhere! So no more excuses my friends! If there is a will, there is a way! Stay focused on your goals and you'll get there!

Live, Love, and Lift!

-Kiwi and Me

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We are not dead...

Even if I feel like I am. Friday, after a day with my girlfriends and bridesmaid dress shopping for the wedding, I came down with a fever. I rarely get fevers so I knew something was up and now I have a cold that has rendered me useless. Loading up with vitamins, low sugar orange juice, and lots of hot Thera Flu. I managed to gimp through a workout on Saturday but not since. Yesterday I couldn't even talk! I'm sure my fiancé was enjoying the rare silence. I'm hoping to be better enough to get back to kicking butt tomorrow. Till then, cuddle time and lots of sleep.

Live, Love, and Lift,

-Kiwi and Me

Saturday, March 17, 2012

Happy St. Pattys Day!

While I know it's the weekend and we are all ready to party, which means alcohol (which is dense in calories), please remember to make good decisions! You can undo all your hard work for the week in one day! If you plan on drinking, limit dark beers and mixed drinks! So have fun, and be smart!

Live, Love, and Lift!

-Kiwi and Me

Thursday, March 15, 2012

Tonights motivation

I've been thinking a lot about motivation lately and when I ran across a blog about it on FitnessRX I thought I would share the things that motivate me to eat healthy and stay fit. I'm not striving to be a rail thin model, I had to face that with my body that will never happen a long time ago. I just don't have the body type for it. I just want to be in shape and strong. If you haven't heard already, strong is the new skinny. 

1. Don't you just feel better eating clean and working out? If under some bizarre situation I end up having to eat something unhealthy I feel horrible afterwards. I don't feel bad for eating it, okay sometimes I do. It makes me feel sluggish, puffy, and it usually comes back to bite me in the you know what later.

2. Vanity. Everyone wants to feel pretty or hot, whichever word you prefer. I want my soon to be husband to drool when he sees me, and be proud to show me off. Is that wrong of me? But part of this comes with confidence which only comes from learning to love yourself.

3. I want to live FOREVER. Okay, maybe just a long long time. I have an insane fear of needles and doctors, and if eating clean and staying fit can help keep me out of the doctors office then I'm in. It can also increase brain function and help with memory.

4. Stress. I stress like no other! I get it from my sister and my father, we are worry warts. Working out helps me focus, gives me time to think through things worrying me, and off sets the effects of stress. I have less tension headaches when I workout, which keeps me away from Massage Envy and helps my wallet.

Whatever motivates you, focus on those reasons when you want to give up or you face a hard decision that could derail your progress. You are working towards a goal, it takes time, and it takes dedication. Eat clean, train mean, get lean. You can do this.

As for Ms. Kiwi, she is currently lying on my back as I post (I'm laying on the floor). She doesn't seem very interested in what I have to post but then again she only seems interested in food and affection.

As for my accountability today, for my workout I did Insanity - Cardio Power and Resistance. I felt like I really pushed through today and it felt great! I kicked those walking push ups in the butt.

Breakfast - Ezekiel bread English muffin with peanut butter
Snack - Apple sauce with 6 rice cakes
Lunch - 6in turkey sandwich from Subway
Snack - Kashi bar - Dark Almond Mocha
Dinner - Skinny Taste Turkey Taco Chili Soup
After workout - 1 cup of milk and a few almonds

Live, Love, and Lift.

-Kiwi and Me.

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Wednesday, March 14, 2012

Patience, yeah right.

Per request from my sister, I am going to approach the subject of patience. HAHAHAH. Whats that?

Earlier this evening on the way home from work I was cruising along 
in the camaro, my bright orange ego booster, and I felt like a size two super model.  My muscles felt tight, my waist felt small, and I was feeling awesome. But I walked into the house, past the mirror on the wall, and I looked like... well me. I was suddenly crushed. Sometimes working out and eating healthy can make us feel smaller than we are, but a quick look in the mirror can squash all your new found confidence. Its hard to have patience when you want so badly to see results right away. If only weight loss was easy, right?

Patience really does play a big roll in staying motivated when one is trying to lose weight. If you let the slow progression bother you it could kill your motivation and derail you from your goals. My solution, dwell on the small changes. When you put on your jeans and you no long have to struggle to button them up... When you notice a little more definition in your arms... Or when you look down and your leg looks slimmer... THOSE ARE RESULTS! They should be celebrated! By rejoicing in the small changes you can help keep yourself motivated. Remember this is a life style change. Not an instant change.

So for homework, still unfortunately wearing my nerd bird glasses people, take a second to notice the little changes and pat yourself on the back. Change is progress and that is all that matters. I saw a note on Pinterest that said, "Strive for progress, not perfection." AMEN.

Look at this princess. She never smiles does she? This is her "Mom, hurry up and get your workout on so you can feed me" face. I'm so loved.

Live, Love and Lift.

-Kiwi and Me.

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Oh happy day!

Just though I would post a quick little blurb since I'm at work. My work pants fell off this morning so I had to dig through my closet and bust out my one size smaller clothes. Who is feeling like a boss this morning? This girl! All the hard work and dedication I put into my health just makes the reward so much sweeter!

On another note, her royal fuzzy highness not only tried to smoother me by sleeping on my face last night but she also tried to trip me getting out of bed this morning. Even though I am pretty sure she loves me, I still wonder.

Live, Love, and Lift!

-Kiwi and Me

Tuesday, March 13, 2012

To fail or not to fail... That is the question.

So I have to get real with you guys, yesterday I cooked dinner, wrote my blog post, and had every intention of working out. My sinuses have been trying to take me down so I have been loading up on vitamins and pushing through the misery but my eyes hurt so I wore my glasses yesterday... And they have me the worst headache. So I went to bed at nine and felt terrible for missing my workout. 

Life happens and your day is not always going to go as you planned. My off day this week was supposed to be Friday, so now that I missed yesterday I'll have to make up for it on Friday and I'm totally okay with that. You have to learn to accept you had a bad day, adapt, and do the best you can going forward. Don't let one bad day ruin your whole week! If you fall off the horse make a game plan, jump back on, and ride out guns blazing! Like Tony Horton from P90X says, "Do your best and forget the rest!"

On Tuesdays I go to my friend Sarah's house and we do P90X while our men cook a healthy dinner! She has a really cool blog about her journey to get her body back, check it out. Tonight was Plyometrics, which is my FAVORITE, well they are all my favorite except yoga. Stupid chaturanga. Back to the point, my legs were on fire, that workout never gets old! I have never had much of a backside so I'm pretty excited that all the squats and lunges are paying off! The guys made Skinny Taste Sloppy Joes! They were very very good! We are very lucky ladies indeed. 

As for Ms. Kiwi here is a picture of her being camera shy. What a brat! She isn't handling her new found fame very well. I told her she is going to lose her marketability if she doesn't shape up. And yes I know those are the thickest glasses you have ever seen. I'm a nerd bird and I know it. 

So since I'm rocking my teacher glasses again, your homework is to think of a time you missed a workout or ate a bad meal and how it affected your week and how you could have handled the situation better. 

Live, Love, and Lift.

-Kiwi and Me

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Monday, March 12, 2012

Lady Liberty Motivation?

For tonight's motivation I found this one Pinterest and I cracked up when I saw it. If you got it, flaunt it!

Still haven't seen Princess, I guess I'm still being boycotted. Night all!

Live, Love and Lift.

-Kiwi and Me.

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Do all vices come with a price?

I know we all have our weaknesses. If I had to come out and admit mine it would be that I LOVE DESERT. Cupcakes, ice cream, brownies, cookies, tres leches, carrot cake, and cakeballs. Now I think you and I both know that all of the tasty yum yums posted above do not have a place in a healthy diet. But can we still have tasty treats without paying for it later?

At one of our local carshows I really really wanted to go to get some chocolate ice cream with gummy bears. I'm salivating just thinking of it. But I thought."You know you can't have that if you want to reach your goal for today.” So I decided to try the place next door. Jamba Juice. I got a sixteen-ounce Mega Mango off the no sugar added menu (it still has sugar from the fruit just not added sugar). 230 calories of blended fruit goodness. All of a sudden I forgot how much I wanted that ice cream. Now this is my vice. I have to force myself to only go once a week. But can you see what I'm getting at? Find a healthy alternative to your vice! If you like pasta, try a recipe lightly tossed in oil instead of a heavy cream sauce. If you like fried chicken (that word is almost a cuss word in my house), try breading your chicken and baking it in the oven! There are healthy alternatives to our favorite treats that can keep us on the road to our goals. Don't let what you want right now affect what you want in the long run. I'm going to attach some healthy tasty recipes at the bottom ofthis post, so please browse though them for some ideas!

Accountability for today:

Breakfast - Ezekiel bread with peanut butter.

Snack - 1/2c of peanut butter cheerios and apples.

Lunch - Left over Sheppard's pie from last night. SO GOOOOD.

Snack - Jamba Juice.

Dinner - Low fat enchilada casserole. I will write down this recipe and post it up at a later time. 

Workout accountability - Insanity Cardio Power and Resistance for tonight. Nervous to get my butt kicked again.

So for your homework, I have my glasses on today so I'm feeling very teacher-ish, do some surfing around the internet for an alternative to your vice. Just cause we want to live a healthy life doesn't mean we have to be miserable my friends!

As for my furry counter part, she must be mad at me because I haven't seen her since she death stared me walking out of the kitchen. But my other fluffy loves are watching me type this. They become very friendly when its dinner time. And here I thought I was loved.

Live, Love and Lift.

-Kiwi and Me.

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