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Sunday, January 3, 2010

2010 with a Twist


30-Day To-Do List

  • Contact the hypnotherapists.
  • Search for used treadmill.
  • Look for ways to cut monthly budget.
  • Stick to the Off/On lists below; assess after 30 days: February 2.


My Off List
  • pizza
  • bread (EXCEPT Ezekiel sprout bread and vitatop muffintops for fiber/protein)
  • sugar
  • chocolate
  • ice cream
  • butter
  • milk (except Hood Calorie Countdown FatFree Diary Beverage)
  • cheese
  • potatoes
  • rice
  • pasta
  • fruit (except listed below)
  • alcohol (exception: 1st dates, one drink allowed)


My On List
  • vegetables of all kinds (except potatoes)
  • unsweetened cranberry juice
  • blueberries
  • smart balance peanut butter
  • walnuts
  • lean chicken breast
  • lean turkey breast
  • buffalo red meat (once a week)
  • 64 ounces of water (at a minimum)
  • my supplements
  • lo-carb whey protein powder
  • miracle noodles (zero cals, 100% fiber, made of yam flour)
  • popcorn (homemade popped, once a week, movie night)


New Dos of the 2010 Equation
  • Take no work home from office.
  • Dinner & Communications 6-8 PM (no later than 8 PM)
  • Meditation (between the hours of) 8-10 PM
OR
  • Nordictrack (between the hours of) 8-10 PM while watching TV or reading
  • Bed 11 PM Sun-Thurs

5 comments:

Jersey Girl said...

Very nice list. Good luck!
Those Miracle Noodles are worth the bucks??

A True Heart Girl in Jersey said...

If you like stir-fry and you like feeling "full" as if you'd eaten rice or pasta, then yes, the miracle noodles are worth the money. Basically it is about $2 per bag and you won't want to eat an entire bag in one sitting. So it really isn't that expensive.

Sarah said...

Great lists!!

S. said...

Very ambitious! Good luck. Your off list made me hungry though. :-)

chris said...

i believe in 100% whey protein!

you're like butter to me

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