Maybe this will make me more accountable for my Quick-Fix-Resolution-Plan-to-Cabo. Sounds fun anyway.
Wake at 10:30 / Helps that the kids were awesome this a.m. and fed themselves. Waking this late also helps quiet the hunger pangs. You can't feel 'em when you're sleeping.
Peanut butter and jelly sandwich - 6 points
Light Cheddar Chips, 1 oz. - 2 points
Tall peppermint mocha - 2 points
Pretzels - 1 point
Huge stirfry, no oil, with minimum beef,
mostly broccoli and snow peas, and rice: 9 points
Weight Watchers Smart One chocolate chip cookie dough ice cream sundae THAT ROCKS, btw: 3 points.
Oh, and don't tell me I didn't eat the right things, and I should have had breakfast (I was sleeping during breakfast hours, otherwise I would have had an apple or oatmeal!), that I hadn't eaten enough throughout the day... Oh hell, what do I know, tell me what to do! Please, tell me!
Didn't get to fitness yoga today because kids were home and I had to host playgroups, take kids to playgroups, clean up mess from Jump In party, vacuum, and also shovel snow, so I am counting the vacuuming and shoveling as exercise.
Total points: 23
(I'm allowed 25 with the new system they have, but I really think it should be 24)
ALSO, for my writing resolution, which Swishy has agreed to do as well, we are setting a goal of writing 5,000 words a week, starting Mondays and ending Sunday evenings. I banged out 1,200 words tonight for the sequel to 40 Weeks. Of course, most of it makes no sense, some of it sucks incredibly much, but this is how the process works for me. I spit it out. Let it simmer. Clean up the mess. Work some more.
So, that's all for Day One.
Nineteen more days to a thinner/less bloated/toner/firmer happier me. And then 26 more days till I'm back where I was.
And I have to go to bed because I am freaking starving right now and I know where there's a particularly lonely package of frozen Tim Tams hidden in the freezer.