Not that I’ve caught those on fire. Recently.
See that picture? That is to be the amazing crock pot breakfast casserole I’m sharing Tuesday. I would share Monday, but I have three more cookie recipes coming your way, and I don’t want to flood you with cookies AND casseroles.
Of course, I might be persuaded with haiku…
Now on to how I’ve been doing with our Mid-Year Challenge… Be sure to do your thing. I am thrilled share my progress and thoughts, but I’m not the person you should necessarily look to for dieting advice (I’m not a paid nosh-a-titian). Be sure to subscribe for updates by adding your email right (in the sidebar) or through Feedburner in the title bar up top. You can also click the tab up top that says Mid-Year Resolution for regular updates.
I ate this:
Breakfast: Crock Pot Breakfast Casserole
Lunch: Skipped. I was too full from breakfast.
Dinner: Three small bowls of a new soup recipe (it’s that good)…
Exercise: Cleaning for sure. The stove incident left my kitchen messy. Which means about how it typically looks.
Notes: I am always so full after eating fat and protein, so it is hard for me to eat much more than I am now. I am a firm believer in eating when hungry and stopping when no longer hungry, so I don’t like force feeding myself food when I feel happy, satisfied and I’m losing weight.
What I learned:
Even though I had a carbier salad on Tuesday, today is Thursday and I’m down 4 pounds since Monday. How does that happen?
How can a few black beans, a few kernels of corn, a smattering of corn strips, and a few breaded jalapenos (to the tune of almost 40 total carbohydrates) result in a four pound loss?
Could it be that sticking to low-carbohydrate days of 20 net or less works for me when I keep my body guessing with slightly higher low-carbohydrate days? I guess we’ll see! My own experiment continues on.