How is your new year going? Mine has been a little crazy but I have been getting things done. I kind of fell off track a few times at the end of the year with all the kids here. I am now back on track and have accomplished many things. See what I have done this first month of the year. Read on if you would like to know Continue reading “Crazy Life”
One of David’s favorite things is Pancakes on Saturday morning. I have been trying all kinds of different kinds of recipes and I finally found the one we really like.
If you want the recipe continue reading Continue reading “Best Keto Pancakes Ever”
David came home with 3 1/2 5 gallon buckets of apples that he picked off a tree that was standing in one of his students front yard. David is a special education school bus driver. It took him 10 hours to cut and core them all. He put 3 kitchen garbage bags of apple slices in the freezer. I had to decide what to do with them. Read on to find out what I do with them. Continue reading “41 Pounds of Apples and Counting”
I found this recipe The “I Love My Instant Pot” Keto Diet Recipe Book written by Sam Dillard of HeyKetoMama.com. There are some very good recipes in here I want to try. You can buy the book by clicking on the link below.
Of course, I didn’t have some of the ingredients. Continue reading “Keto Red Chili”
I feel like I really did a lot of today. I just seemed to have so much energy. I know I do have more energy, since I started on this life change.
I started the day off checking my email. Then off to clean the bathroom. I got the towels washed, counter, toilet, and tub cleaned. Then I did the floors.
I knew the boys wouldn’t clean it while I am in Gig Harbor, WA taking care of my daughter, Sarah, after her foot surgery.
Our friends, the Crewdsons, asked us to go to the Alaska State Fair on Saturday. We had never been before.
We saw all kinds of things, like little trees, plants that looked like mammoth, tractor pulls, and the record-breaking pumpkin weighing at 1471lbs.
No I don’t mean high flat ground. What I mean is a state of little or no change following a period of activity or progress. This is what Module 12 is about; troubleshooting.
First off what you should do is retake your measurements because sometimes we may lose inches and not pounds. You could try on those pants that were just a little tight.
How many times have we tried to change something in our lives and fell off the horse? Why didn’t you try getting back on? It takes time to change a habit in our life; whether it be eating, smoking or exercising. I know I am bad about this. I read today that it takes person 66 days to change a habit. I would think it would be the same with changing to a healthier lifestyle.
In module 10 of the Master Keto class it is about what exercises you should do everyday. I am doing good to walk because my feet hurt so much. That is until I get them fixed. I have to go take care of my daughter, Sarah, in Gig Harbor, Washington next month after her foot surgery. I will see how she does then maybe I will go get mine done.
I know that exercise is needed and do understand that we need some strength exercise. I will follow Robb Wolfe exercise plan as close as I can get to it. I do not belong to a gym because I am terrible about going, so it is just a waste of money for me. I never know what I am going to do day-to-day because everything changes all the time.
Friend: Oh you’re doing that new fad diet where you eat tons of fats and lots of meat.
Me: It isn’t a diet. It is life change of eating healthier. I already have more energy. My doctor said it works for people trying to get their A1C down.
When your friends and family wonder what kind of weird diet you are on now you need to know what to say to them.
Module 9 is titled Navigating the Social Mindfield.
This module talks about what to say when your friends talk about your diet or change of life. Let them know how you feel and the changes that have happened to you since you started your new way of life.
What would you say?
The talk about going out was very informative. It is surprising where that sneaky gluten can hide; soy sauce, soups, rubs, glazes, and even salads. Don’t be afraid to ask the server questions.
What would you ask?
When your friends want to go out to eat try to be the one to pick the place. That way you can pick one that you know. If that doesn’t go over then try to order last so you can have the server closer to you and your can ask questions. She should say she will ask the chef? She will remember your request better if you are last. If you end up having to eat something very plain, don’t let the meal ruin your time spent with family or friends. Just remember it is only one meal. If you slip a little don’t sweat it. You can just get back on the horse again.
The module closed by saying:
“This is as “real world” as it gets. What you should take from this is that success is not about perfection or making things so difficult that you and everyone around you is miserable due to your changes. This is about flexibility, accountability, and honestly assessing what battles are worth fighting, negotiating, or modifying.”
Like they say if you fall off the wagon just get back up and start again. It is not a big deal if you do. We are only human and we all make mistakes. Don’t come down on yourself just get on with it.
I forgot to post that I did loose another 1 1/2 pounds last week.
What would you tell a friend if they asked why you were eating like that?
What would you ask in the restaurant?
Let me hear your replies!