04/16/15- Paula's Healthy Living Eating/Exercise Journal: Monday

by Paula (Clean Eating Expert) 17. April 2015 19:43

A reader sent in a question about how to stay motivated to lose weight and live healthy day after day. She feels like she can't stick with any program, diet, or plan that she has tried. She begins with a purpose, but life's stresses and temptation quickly take over, and she is back with her tub of ice cream, a spoon and a couch.

When things seem so overwhelming that you just want to hide in your house and eat high-fat, high-carb foods, now is the time to begin!

You have to fight for your right to be healthy, have more energy, and less medical issues due to your weight!

You have to fight to make healthier choices about what foods you utilize to fuel your system, your mind, and your soul.

You have to fight to create new patterns of finding what brings you peace, and less stress other than chips, alcohol or a jar of peanut butter.

Tomorrow, tomorrow, tomorrow... Isn't that day TODAY?!

It's New Year's Eve all over again. What is your goal for living healthier?

  • Workout at least 30 minutes 4 times per week. Not stumbling along on a treadmill you hate. Find something that you can get jazzed about until you find that 'buzz' that so many workout people enjoy every day. You get that buzz by raising your heart rate into a fat burning zone, and your endorphins kick in. You will feel more energized, not tired. You'll see that the moment peace you find from a spoon or tub of peanut butter cannot compare to the all-day-rush you can get from exercise.
  • Eat from the outside aisles of the grocery store which includes lean protein, fresh vegetables, low-fat dairy, small amounts of healthy oils, whole grains like whole grain breads, brown rice, and quinoa, water and green tea ( hot or make hot and chill).

It will not be easy. You CAN be positive, and take daily baby-steps toward you r goal, being kind to yourself most of all!

'Like' my blog on FB and form a group of your friends who are struggling with these same issues to different degrees. Read the blog daily for ideas on how to stay on tract. Write in and ask questions.

Work together to find success!


04/16/12 - Monday Workout:

back/biceps DVD - 55 minutes

Pure Barre- 55 minutes

04/16/12- Monday Food Diary:


1 cup egg whites (120 cal)

2 pieces Ezekiel bread with 2 tbl organic almond butter (260 cal)

1/4 cup mixed berries (30 cal)


Salad- 2 cup organic spinach, broccoli slaw, 1/4 sweet yellow pepper , balsamic vinegar(140 cal)

1/2 turkey sandwich (2 oz) on whole wheat thin bun,low fat blue bell cheese (179 cal)

P.M. Snack-

8 oz fat free cottage cheese, 1/2 cup strawberries, 1 tbls ovaltine (140 cal)

16 no-salt roasted almonds ( 120 cal)


5.5 oz filet Mignon (370 cal)

zucchini, mushrooms, yellow squash, onions, garlic, rosemary olive oil (140 cal)

sweet potato, sprinkle of cinnamon, I Can't Believe It's Not Butter spray(90 cal)


low sugar chocolate mousse (150 cal)


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Comments (5) -

Altered Coffee
Altered Coffee
4/18/2015 6:57:19 AM #

Thanks for all information which you gave us. Its very usefull. I ll come back For sure. So see you soon!!!

4/19/2015 4:48:54 AM #

Thank you!  I love to hear from readers and hope that the information helps you achieve your health and fitness goals!

4/20/2015 1:00:31 AM #

Hi !  Found some sites that may be of interest to you. They deal with having a plan when something triggers a bad habit... from the article I read to a study.  It's all pretty much like what you've said just in a different way.


“Never give up ! “

4/20/2015 9:29:19 PM #

Thank you Steve.  Great lnks.  Everybody and every-body has daily challenges that are faced.  How you interpret them, and react to them can make the difference.  Thanks for your ideas!

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NV Diet Pill
4/24/2015 7:52:55 AM #

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