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C_Cezeaux last won the day on November 22 2015

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    Family is top. Outdoor girl, love my beaches, budding amateur photographer. Self care and improvement.

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  1. C_Cezeaux

    Starting July 1 - Anyone want to join me?

    Well, my count on the meds was wrong still have 3 more days of antibiotics, but I'm starting food program today anyway. Looking forward to feeling better. Happy Day 1!
  2. Good catch! I didn't vet their ingredients before sharing, good thing I have my Central Market brand instead.
  3. C_Cezeaux

    Starting July 1 - Anyone want to join me?

    I had started on June 10th, but got knocked out of the program this week by an ugly bug and resulting treatment. If I've counted right, should be done with meds around the 1st, would love to join in and try to regain the forward momentum I had going. I've done W30 a few times before, know the positive results it can bring about and am badly in need of them.
  4. I've been out for a few days, will have to restart my restart due to health issue - what is happening with everyone?
  5. Well. I am in the sad position of having to start my W30 over after I finish the round of antibiotics I am currently on. At least there were no steroids this time. It's been a very unpleasant week for me so far. :-( I will be keeping as close to the program as I can while I finish up, just discouraged to be taken out by a random bug and resulting infection. Hopefully I will regain my excitement and motivation to get my reset accomplished as I start to feel better.
  6. Yes, if I don't sit at the table and pay attention to to my food, I will be hungry later. Eating while distracted is a bad thing for me.
  7. Day 10 in the books. I'm finding this round both easier and harder than earlier W30 I have done. Easier because I KNOW what the NSV I will gain from it are. Harder because I am really fighting myself on the "just a little won't hurt" on food I have successfully reintroduced before. So far I'm hanging in and beating it back. I really need my good reset!
  8. @Katie BI love HEB - you should be able to find Tessa Mae and/or Mother Raw salad dressings in there that are compliant and delicious. Ours here also carries primal kitchen mayo. PLUS - you have a Central Market there. They are a great source of compliant foods with an truly amazing produce section. A good thing I don't live within a hundred miles of it, lol. The nightmares sound rough - I've had my share of those during some tough times, I'm always afraid to go back to sleep when one wakes me up. Good job on getting yourself to PT and powering through it, though! You got this!!
  9. I missed my post last night - gotta get better at that. But I am faithfully recording in my companion book. I do have a NSV to report for the first week. The eczema that shows up when I am not eating right has disappeared. I am actually feeling pretty accomplished this evening. Been a crazy couple days at work, my husband is down with heat exhaustion, frustrated over not getting things done - but I am sitting in my recliner after dinner, NOT SNACKING. I actually went and looked in the cabinet, told myself I was NOT hungry and came to check posts for distraction. That is a big step back on the right path for me. I am doing this!
  10. This startled me - my daughter has this issue, after she did a round of W30 and some experimentation at the deli she works in, her culprit was discovered to be the (non-organic, hormone treated) chicken she was working with. If she keeps goves on so it doesn't touch her and does not eat any, she's fine. If she handles without gloves, she gets the rash again. My trigger for that is wheat in any way, shape, or form.
  11. @Rojobro I found it in the EasyPeasy recipe website - I have been using the precut cabbage and carrots that the local grocery does and have also tried mixing in a bag of broccoli slaw, which I really like. It makes 8 pretty decent sized servings. Ingredients Coleslaw ½ white cabbage (roughly 500g/1lb), finely sliced ½ red cabbage (roughly 500g/1lb), finely sliced 4 large carrots (roughly 400g/14oz) grated 4 spring onions finely sliced (plus extra for garnish) No Mayo Dressing 4 tablespoons apple cider vinegar (or white wine vinegar, or lemon juice) 4 teaspoons good quality Dijon mustard (I use Grey Poupon) 1 teaspoon salt (or to taste) 1 teaspoon black pepper (or to taste) 8 tablespoons olive oil Method Prepare all the vegetables and set aside. Place all the ingredients for the No Mayo Dressing in a clean jam jar, screw on the lid tightly and shake until thoroughly combined. Pour the dressing over the vegetables and mix together thoroughly – scatter a few extra sliced spring onions over the top for decoration.
  12. I'm guessing the same people who can actually eat a 1/4 c serving of grain free granola and be happy with it? ;D
  13. C_Cezeaux

    back again and starting June 17!

    I'll also be happy fo follow along with you. I'm a week ahead, but won't mine extending another week at all.
  14. End of week 1! That's the hardest part of the timeline for me. Not that the rest is super easy, but nothing like the groggy fatigue of week one. Going to have to heavily rely on pre-prepped veg from the local grocery store - thank goodness they have a good produce dept. The dairy free coleslaw was quick, easy, and tasty, so it goes in my lunch again this week. I can alternate shrimp and eggs to make it more of a salad, have avocados at the ready. Boom. Lunches planned.
  15. Spend a good amount of time looking at yourself in a full length mirror. Be honest, but do not allow yourself to speak negatively of what you see there. Accept what is and if you don't like it, plan what you will do to change what is changeable. (Sorry, some things are just marks of life experience). It's a good body, it's carried you this far. Encourage yourself like you would a daughter or a friend.