I ate a little more today than yesterday … and succumbed to the lure of a chocolate-covered pretzel rod (2 Points) at the Barnes & Noble Cafe this afternoon before work. It was on sale for 49 cents, so when I saw it only had 2 Points, I just couldn’t say no.
Do you guys ever end up eating something you totally didn’t plan on just because you’re out and it looks good? I’d just had a container of Stonyfield Farms Chocolate Underground yogurt, so I certainly didn’t need a chocolate-covered pretzel.
Overall, including the bowl of Special K and skim milk I ate after I got home from work, I consumed 28 Points today.
That’s not bad. Granted, I’m allowed 23 … but if you factor in the 5 FPs I can add to each day (provided I have them, which technically I don’t, unless I start my week yesterday), I’m right on track. Maybe I should start my week Friday, then! 😀
I was a little hungrier today than yesterday. Maybe that’s because it was a carb-heavy day, with sushi and yogurt for lunch, soup and an apple with peanut butter for snacks and a veggie corn dog and mac & cheese for dinner, then the cereal snack.
Must work on getting more protein. Some days I wonder if I shouldn’t just start doing Atkins again. Then I remember that, even though I once honestly thought I’d be able to do the low-carb thing for the rest of my life, things changed when I met the carb-loving Boyfriend.
Still no exercise, though. I only logged 2,138 steps on the pedometer. Pathetic. :S (But considering I slept til 11 a.m., then sat on my butt at B&N and then work, I guess 2,000 steps isn’t so bad.)
In the “adventures in life” category, I’ve decided I’m going to try something new with money.
In keeping with the WW theory that tracking helps you take control, I’m going to start keeping track of what I spend, and what I spend it on (bills, entertainment, food, whatnot).
I haven’t quite worked out the system yet, but I did buy a little notebook to start tracking in (4 of them for $1.08 at the Dollar Store). It’ll be something with a key code (E=Entertainment, F=Food, U=Utilities, A=Auto, R=Restaurants … etc.) so I can see exactly where my money goes.
I expect I’ll be shocked and sickened at how much I waste. Guess I’ll find out soon enough, eh?
Now, it’s time to take some NyQuil gelcaps and knock myself out until tomorrow. As long as I wake up in time to go to work at 4, all will be well.