THE HART-SERIES: January 22-24, 2008



Days Twenty-One to Twenty Three, still trying to lose weight (Tues, Wed, Thur)

Yes: I’m still counting! (even though I haven’t been posting in this blog)

For the ease of speeding up the blogging of my daily meals .. I will now post several days at a time to catch up on things. This will become more evident over the next few months as I become increasingly more busy during my day job (income tax preparation, etc) and especially so around the 20th and around the last week of each month

Tuesday – January 22, 2008

Coffee – 1 point
Pasta Salad – 6 points
4 Weight Watchers Toast with Peanut Butter – 4 points
Thinsation Peanut Butter cookies – 2 points
Thinsation Oreo cookies – 2 points
Pasta Salad – 6 points
4012 Orange – 1 point
Dutch Chocolate Yogurt Ice Cream – 5 points
Orange – 1 point
Melba Toast – 2 points

* No picture was taken January 22nd

>> Total 30 points, under
>>> Still have 8 splurge points left (after deducting January 21, 2008 excess of 20 points from 20th splurge points)

Wednesday January 23, 2008

Coffee – 1 point
4012 Orange – 1 point
Flax Cereal with 2% milk plus refills (2 points per cup) – 9 points
Orange – 1 point
Pasta Salad – 6 points
2 Blueberry Bagels with 200g turkey – 12 points
Orange – 1 poiint

>> Total 31 points, under
>> still have 8 splurge points left

* Picture of my Breakfast:
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* Picture of my dinner:
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Thursday January 24, 2008

Coffee – 1 point
Flax Cereal – 7 points
Pasta Salad – 6 points
Toasted Blueberry Bagel with Peanut Butter – 6 points
Tim Horton’s coffee with flavor shot of butter caramel – 2 points
Tim Horton’s Chicken Fajita on wholewheat wrap – 8 points
(MEMO: According to Tim Hortons Nutrition Page: 380 Cal, 15 Fat, 5 Fibre)
Orange – 1 point

>> total 31 points, under
>> Finished off the week with 8 splurge points remain!

* No picture was taken

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