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REPORTING IN - 1/14/06
      #238456 - 01/14/06 08:38 AM
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Everyone post their report for what you did on 1/14 here....

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Re: REPORTING IN - 1/14/06 new
      #238460 - 01/14/06 08:56 AM
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Off to kickboxing (9:30am), then shopping at Barnes & Noble (sp?), then Hip Hop class (1pm), then home to watch the HAWKS...WIN!!

Will report for Fri & Sat later this weekend...

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Re: REPORTING IN - 1/14/06 new
      #238585 - 01/14/06 07:40 PM
lalala

Reged: 02/14/05
Posts: 2634


Luna Bar

Kix
toast

peanut butter sandwich
Luna Bar

black beans
tomato salsa
corn tortilla
flour tortilla
corn tortilla chips

pureed mangos

more snacks later...

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Re: REPORTING IN - 1/14/06 new
      #238586 - 01/14/06 07:46 PM
Wind

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Posts: 3178


Confession: I was supremely lazy today & didn't bother peeking at the light of day. I just cuddled with a good book!

Chicken
Asparagus
Chives, Lemon, Sea Salt (I just food processed it all!)

Spaghetti Squash
Green Swiss Chard & Spinach(pureed) as a sauce
P.C. FATFREE RASPBERRY VINAIGRETTE (10 calories, Og fat/tbsp. ***this one is really good!***), a little extra dijon, fresh parsley & basil & balsalmic.

15 Shrimp & Anise sauteed in organic chicken stock
Broccoli puree
Shiitake Mushrooms puree/crumbles
More of those CHIVES I'm so hot about lately!!!

Later....
Mache salad
topped with Oyster Mushroom Crumbles
with homemade Balsalmic Stevia Dressing & Chevril

Kate.






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Re: REPORTING IN - 1/14/06 new
      #238612 - 01/15/06 04:58 AM
atomic rose

Reged: 06/01/04
Posts: 7013
Loc: Maine (IBS-A stable since July '05!)

breakfast: 2 pita chips, granola w/ soy milk
snack: banana
lunch: big ol' salad, slice of bread
snack: 6 pita chips
snack: 2 double chocolate biscotti
dinner: way too much of a strata that i miscalculated the calories on!!
dessert: 4 biscotti

no workout at all

So uh, I was way over on my calories for the day. Whoops.

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Re: REPORTING IN - 1/14/06 new
      #238636 - 01/15/06 08:12 AM
jaime g

Reged: 07/27/05
Posts: 961
Loc: new york city

Quote:

Confession: I was supremely lazy today & didn't bother peeking at the light of day. I just cuddled with a good book!




that sounds amaaaaaazing. what book?

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Re: REPORTING IN - 1/14/06 new
      #238638 - 01/15/06 08:15 AM
jaime g

Reged: 07/27/05
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Loc: new york city

very weekendy day.

cinnamon life w/ lite soy milk
steamed soy milk w/ gingerbread syrup

egg white omelet w/ mushrooms, tomato, spinach, & scallions
1 pc white toast
1 pc wheat toast

1 graham cracker
teddy grahams

sweet potato
sm. veggie sushi roll (avocado & cucumber)
tofutti (threw this out - bad idea)

lots of walking, but no gym. grr. going today and i'm gonna kick my own ass there.

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The latest Amy Tan new
      #238660 - 01/15/06 10:21 AM
Wind

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I adore Amy Tan. I was engrossed by SAVING FISH FROM DROWNING. Have you read any of her stuff? THE KITCHEN GOD'S WIFE, perhaps? (Had a bit of a book buying binge! Non-smoking rewards! Yes, I'm a lit. binge type!)

Reading anything absorbing, lately?

Kate.

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Re: The latest Amy Tan new
      #238670 - 01/15/06 10:48 AM
jaime g

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Loc: new york city

i've read joy luck club & the kitchen god's wife. both quite good. i encountered the chess chapter of jlc twice in middle school, as a short story - every time i'm at waverly place i think of waverly place jong.

if you're looking for engrossing, you must read 'the time traveller's wife.' 600 pages or so, and you'll wish there were twice as many. probably the perfect book for the immersion you're looking for.

other wonderful engrossing consuming captivating books:
the sparrow (by mary doria russel - a sci-fi concept, but so well-written that you'll never notice - in book store's it's in with the regular fiction)
moo (by jane smiley - a little fluffy, but wonderful - she takes about 15 storylines and braids them together seamlessly)
the amazing adventures of kavalier and clay (michael chabon)
the clan of the cave bear (by jean auel - a classic, as far as i'm concerned. but don't get into the books that follow - the mystery of the storyline's will draw you in, but the quality of the books, sadly, plummets.)
the radiant way (by margaret drabble)
and my roommate suggests extremely loud and incredibly close (jonathan safran foer - i haven't gotten to read it yet, but it sounds great).

i've also been getting into really interesting non-fiction recently - 'the history of the world in five glasses' and 'everything bad is good for you' are both really fun, interesting, and engrossing. they don't transport you like fiction, but they're really good, too.

hope that helps. (i'm dangerous with book recommendations - once i start i have trouble stopping.)

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Thanks for the list & new
      #238680 - 01/15/06 11:41 AM
Wind

Reged: 04/02/05
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Thanks for the list! I agree re: some of your top picks. Fully intend to explore what I haven't read yet.

Glorious distraction. I live to read. It's terrible, but often I avoid the light of day for 4 or 5 days in my "cave"
camped out with pounds of books, only to exit my house to acquire more reading material, DVD's, food, and well...the usual creature necessities.

Actually, it's terrible in a funny way. I always smoked outdoors & now I don't smoke & rarely go outdoors. Honestly, most days I haven't a clue what the weather is like.

Yup, I'm a "cavebear."

Kate.


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