Showing posts from September, 2020

75 Day Challenge - MyWW Purple - Day 1, September 21, 2020

Day 1, how did I do?  
Blue Dot? Yes!Water (112 oz)? Yes!Workout (90 min total)? Yes!  1 45 minute workout and 3 10 minute workouts and 1 15 minute workout.Read? I will be doing that in a few minutes  so I'm going to check that off!Photo? Yes! 

75 Day Challenge - MyWW Purple - Day 0, September 20, 2020

When you get frustrated with how you are doing on your weight loss journey, you have big choices to make!  You have to make the decision to continue doing what you have been doing or make changes.  For me, I'm frustrated with my progress, or lack thereof, lately, so I decided I'm going to do a version of the 75 Day Challenge for myself.  I will not be following the Challenge as it's written, but I have some goals I will be striving for during the next 75 days.  

For the next 75 days, I will be focusing on:1. Blue Dots each day following MyWW.2. Drinking 4-28 oz. cups of water.3. Workouts for 90 minutes each day.  It may be broken up during the course of the day.4. Reading - 15 minutes per day.5. Progress Photos Daily.I've created a checklist based on my specifics.  I am excited because I tend to start strong and then it fizzles.  I think this will definitely help.  I'll be trying to blog to keep me accountable.  Care to join me?

Cook With Me: My Favorite Crock Pot Recipe, September 6, 2020

Mom's Meatloaf, Crockpot Edition1 medium onion(s), Diced2 Egg(s)1 cup Panko15 oz Can Tomato Sauce1 cup Bell pepper(s) ( I think I did closer to 2 cups)20 oz. pkg of Kirkland Signature Organic ground beefMix all the ingredients together, except the tomato sauce. Place in the crockpot (I use a liner for easy removal). Cook on low for 8 hours.Green: 5 PointsBlue: 4 PountsPurple: 4 Points

What's Cookin Wednesday: InstantPot Edition, September 2nd

Mexican Chicken Spaghetti2 chicken breasts approx 1 lbs., boneless, skinless, cut into cubes1 medium onion diced2 cans rotel2 cans cream of chicken soup8 oz spaghetti noodles uncooked, broken into thirds (basically half a box you'd find in the store)8 oz Cheddar Cheese, cubed1 c chicken brothAdd onions and cubed chicken into your pot, spread out across the bottom.  Use the Saute feature to cook the chicken a little (so that the outsides turn white).Pour 1 can of Rotel over this mixtureBreak your noodles into 3 equal parts (so they’re shorter) and sprinkle them on topdon’t throw in in big chunks because they’ll come out clumped too, sprinkleThen pour your 2nd can of Rotel over the noodlesIn a bowl whisk together cans of cream of chicken, mushroom, and broth until smoothCarefully pour into your potClose lid and steam valve and set to pressure cook, high for 8 minutesQuick releasing the pressure when done cooking the chicken and noodles is bestRemove the lid after cook time and steam…