Thursday, October 29, 2009


23 woman for in 7 weeks, Fall Session 1...


192 lbs!!!!!

They are working hard!
I told them in the beginning if they worked hard and did as I suggested
they would succeed!

....onto Session 2.

I couldn't be happier!

Wednesday, October 14, 2009

Sweet Attack!

Fill up in one of these areas of your life instead of filling up on food.

Feel like caving into the sweet cravings?

Instead of eating something sweet... DO something sweet... for YOU!


Grab someone and love on 'em! (For me: Kevin or my girlies)
Go for FIBER. (For me: honeycrisp apple)
Take your Vit D supplement (For me: any brand really)
Make yourself some unsweetened herbal tea (For me: Anything with Licorice/Anise)
Drink water & stay hydrated! (For me: Hot water w/ lemon)
Wait 15-20 minutes & distract yourself! (For me: Real Simple Magazine or Email a friend)
Light a Sweet Aroma Candle: (For me: Bath & Body Vanilla Sandalwood)
Get Out-Physically Remove Yourself! (For me: Walk my 1.5 mile route through the subdivision)
Write about it (For me: Jotting down my thoughts in my very cute pink journal)
Just Laugh (For me: Calvin & Hobbes Comic Books)
R & R (For me: Snuggle with my heated rice packs under my "Big Fuzzy" blanket)

I do these things on a regular basis!
Am I exempt from temptations? Heavens no!
I have to stay focused & remember my end goal... HEALTH!
Is it hard work at times... YES!
But this is what I do!


Bet you can't guess my favorite Sweet Weapon?

Monday, October 5, 2009

Food that makes you
G L O W!

If you haven't already, you need to

Thursday, October 1, 2009

Fish Tacos

Once tilapia is thawed, saute the fish, breaking it up as you cook. (When it is finished, it will resemble ground meat.) While it is cooking, add 1/4 tsp. cumin and 1/8 tsp. garlic powder.

Mix 3 Tbsp. plain yogurt with 2 Tbsp. mayo, add 1-2 T. lime juice to taste (I really like my tangy).
You can either mix the sauce with shredded green cabbage or you can keep them separate to top your tacos.


1. Cook each corn tortillas in a pan with cooking spray (olive oil spray, etc). That little bit of oil keeps the tortillas soft and pliable enough to hold together.
2. Fill tortilla with meat

3. Top with finely shredded green cabbage (combined with sauce or sauce on top of cabbage)

4. Top that with what I call Jamaican Salsa (Diced fresh pineapple, fresh or frozen Dole mango, red onion, cilantro, & lime juice)
5. You can also do a Mexican Salsa instead with fresh tomatoes, cilantro, green onion & lime juice

Serve with a side of beans & a side of brown rice cooked in chicken broth.
Kevin and the girls really enjoy it and it's healthy. And me too!

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