1/1/11 If you like numbers, like I do, the coming New Year seems to be an ideal day for new beginnings. Pause. Reset. Start back up on a different path. I think New Year’s Resolutions work, if you make them work. They have worked for me. Last year, I resolved not to smoke cigarettes. I… Continue reading Will Your New Year’s Resolutions Stick This Year?
As 2010 comes to an end, I find myself thinking about changes I’ve made in my life in the last two years. Lost 114 pounds, went from size 22/24 to size 10. Quit smoking cigarettes Cut way back on drinking Made exercise a priority and a habit Went back to being vegetarian Stopped eating out… Continue reading Proof Positive, People Can Change
This egg dish is one of my favorite dinners. I tried a recipe for crustless quiche about a year ago and I really liked it. But it involved heavy cream and a lot of cheese and breadcrumbs and other things I don’t tend to keep around. So the recipe has evolved over time to accommodate… Continue reading Frittata/quiche/omelette
There is an article in the New York Times today about the quest to increase the number of people who qualify for Lap-Band surgery by lowering the BMI requirement. The hero of our quest? Why the manufacturer of the Lap-Band, of course: Allergan. The change being sought would more than double the number of potential… Continue reading Lap-Band for Those with Smaller Laps
Average calorie deficit per day for November: 632 Number of “treats” (cookies, candy, etc) eaten in break room at work: 0 Number of planned days at the gym skipped: 0 Days over RDI: 1 (Thanksgiving, +162 calories) Weight lost in November: 4 pounds Total weight lost: 114 pounds Take that Holiday Season.