Of course I have my breakdown moments, but for the most part I try push through weight loss like a trooper. I don't need to be babied, I don't need a gentle push, I like the cold hard facts and the blatent truth when it comes to health and fitness.
That being said, Pumpkin is nothing like her mom... Since we moved here, she's pretty much been hiding under the couch and table.
So anyway, today was a great day. It was sort of an off day, but an off day still in check.
I had tons of errands to run and we had a dinner party, so I took the day off from exercise and I ate a little more than normal.
Breakfast: Oats, raspberries, milk - no coffee!!! (i'm trying to cut caffeine way down/out)
Lunch: Oikos Honey, Peach
Dinner: Salad, Zucchini and Carrots Scapece (see blog), Fresh pasta marinara and a brownie with vanilla ice cream....oh, and about a bottle of red wine
And to close, an open letter to Stonyfield Farm!
Dear Stonyfield Farm:
When you contacted me a few months ago about trying Oikos fat-free organic greek yogurt, I was really excited. When you sent the reusuable bag as well, I was elated. I'm definitely a fan and consumer for life.
However, it has come to my attention that Oikos Honey seems to always be on sale and not clearing off the shelves because the expiration date is always soon when I buy it. This scares me. I'd give my right arm for honey oikos every day. Even though I'm currently unemployed because I moved, I forego Starbucks 2x per week so I can have Oikos Honey Yogurt.
PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE don't discontinue it. Please.
And if you do, please tell me how you make the honey mixture at the bottom.
Love and happy cows,
P.S. I signed up to get e-coupons, but have only ever gotten 1... do I need to sign up every week to get a 50 cents off 1 oikos coupon?