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Re: YEAH!!!! new
      #161759 - 03/18/05 05:52 AM
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Thanks Laurel *hugs*

It is a novel! I wonder what you'd make of it? So far it teaches that it's good to ENJOY your food and derive pleasure from it. It also teaches that variety is import. as well as movement. I like the pleasure from food part best! It is also explains that we really only taste the 1st few bites we eat! So if you INSIST on something high in dalories fat...say on holiday...have a FEW BITES! Savor it...and eat it slowly...as if you were eating something worth a LOT of money...it's worth a LOT of calories! (Ok...so those are my words...) LOL

It's a fun read! Enjoyable

She also mentions how eating should be a gourmet sit-down affair. I'm game!

What are you reading these days Laurel? Aou doing? And HOW are you doing?

Btw...I had about 1,900 calroies...sounds sufficient? Strill having a touhg time with all the numbers

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Re: REPORTING IN - 3/17/05 - Happy St. Patrick's Day!! new
      #161775 - 03/18/05 06:21 AM
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OK day, although joints hurt from medication, which spoilt yoga a bit.

Breakfast - crumpet
Lunch - Sandwich
Dinner - Grilled chicken and citrus cous cous
Snacks - Chocolate biscuits (oops)

Exercise - Walked dog, gardening and 1 hour yoga


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Yahoooo on finishing your thesis Laurel...what was it on n-t new
      #161797 - 03/18/05 07:25 AM
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Re: YEAH!!!! new
      #161802 - 03/18/05 07:39 AM
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Hey Ruchie!

That book sounds really intersting, if I see it in a store I'll pick it up and have a look. I agree, I often think we don't *enjoy* food enough anymore - socially and culturally and stuff. It's all about sustenance and calories - especially with IBS, it's so hard to make food a celebration when you're worried about what you're putting in your mouth! Glad to hear you're enjoying it.

I'm doing good! So much stuff due for school in the next few weeks but I'm handling the stress pretty well. I'm reading (not surprisingly) mostly stuff for school right now. Lots of postcolonial lit (which is part of my degree - postcolonial lit and critical cultural theory - lol it's a mouthful) like Australian poetry and African novels, and lots of philosophy stuff too, Foucault, Arnold, Neitzche, etc.

1900 calories sounds good to me - that's what I try to eat (around) every day. Have you tried fitday at all? It makes the numbers part easy.

I'm so glad to hear things are going so well for you Ruchie - as always your happiness is contagious

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Re: Yahoooo on finishing your thesis Laurel...what was it on n-t new
      #161803 - 03/18/05 07:41 AM
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Representation of aboriginals in Australian and Canadian lit

It's paper one of two for this thesis, the next one's due in a few weeks - but then I'm DONE (before exams) !

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Re: REPORTING IN - 3/17/05 - Happy St. Patrick's Day!! new
      #161822 - 03/18/05 08:31 AM
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Hi everyone! TGIF. Hopefully I can get this done quick before my mtg.

Breakfast - 1/2 serving of oatmeal made w/soy milk and golden raisins, OJ w/fiber, mint tea
Snack - apple, coffe w/the works
lunch - hummus veggie wrap again (no avacado this time)
Snack - Chewy trail mix bar
Dinner - UFO MANIA!!! Unexpected dinner out w/the 'rents after looking at a condo. But in my defense I DID order a plain baked potato and steamed veggies as my sides.

Excercise - none, due to condo search and dinner out

Water - approx 60 oz.

Have started tracking on fitday again . . . think I really need to quantify if I want to see results. An article I read in Runner's World said my calories should be about 1800/day. It seems scary to cut much more - I think I am pretty close to that now. Guess I will just have to get my foot completely better so that I can start running again and get my calorie deficit that way rather than cutting food.

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You HAVE to send me a copy! new
      #161829 - 03/18/05 09:06 AM
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That sounds absolutely FASCINTAING! Howd you decide to write on this subject? VERY cool!

P.S. My e-mail is Ruchily@yahoo.com

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Re: YEAH!!!! new
      #161840 - 03/18/05 09:24 AM
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Hey Laurel! I have a bit of a hard time with FitDay. I couldn't find sweet potatoes there or a number of other things I eat...like just a plin avacado for example. Maybe I'm doing something wrong--any suggestions?

Your degree/schooling sounds fascinating! Do you enjoy it? It DOES sound like a lot...that's for sure! Any idea what you plan to do when you graduate? You'd be a FAB professor!

Thanks for the compliment Laurel YOUR information and love of life and culture is contageous as well!

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I guess I never even posted early yesterday,... my all over crappy day new
      #161850 - 03/18/05 10:08 AM
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cheerios with rice milk and acacia
luna bar and piece of banana bread
2 more luna bars and 2 more pieces of banan bread - someone stole my lunch from the fridge at work! they took the container of hummus, broke the bottom out and put it back ont he dirty fridge shelf. I picked it up to have all the hummus ont he shelf and me!
1 more luna bar then car accident! (see other forum)
DH made me tomato soup (progresso hearty tomato is safe) with crackers and acacia for dinner before I took meds last night!


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Laurel...off subject, be sure to check out "Get Together Board" -nt- new
      #161857 - 03/18/05 10:21 AM
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