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My Plan Day 1-Down 3.8 pounds!

So I have been working for some time to lose the weight that keeps growing around my middle. As a woman we all know that is the worst place for it to flock to. I mean go to my boobs or butt and we can work with that, but the middle is unattractive an unhealthy! I decided to give The Plan by Lyn-Genet Recitas a shot. This year I am giving myself the gift of health plain and simple. And after watching reviews, listening to podcasts, and reading books I thought THIS would be the best place to start. So on to day 1 and how it went for me :)

Day 1
Breakfast- I had in my mind I would not be able to eat the granola on The Plan.....Soooo I had a brilliant idea to make a smoothie out of all my breakfast ingredients. Let's just say I am not going to be winning a noble peace prize ANY TIME SOON! It turned into an instant blob of jelly nastiness.lol So breakfast didnt go so well and after adding over a cup of water I chugged down, while gagging, my creation. Now I do have to say it kept me full till lunch!

Lunch-Now lunch was pretty good, I had the Carrot Ginger soup that The Plan calls for. Now I really think I am going to have to play with the spices a bit more :) I usually rely on the package to spice things for me and didn't add enough, but on a bitter cold day a big hot bowl of soup with some yummy brocoli really hit the spot. Now I did forget to eat my half of a pear this day. :/ oooppppsss I wish I had eaten it by 2 pm lol.

Snack- Snack was just a half of an apple, which no isn't a lot but it was just enough to fill the empty void in my tummy.

Dinner-No dinner is where I wanted to cry! I'll admit I have never had a mushroom, never had a beet, and never had kale! To top that all off I hate carrots lmao. But I prepared my food and choked most of it down.lol I am really not a fan of kale it really burns my tongue. I do have to admit the carrot and beets were probably the best part of the night.

So yesterday was rough and I went to bed feeling really hungry! I guess I can say it paid off BIG TIME when I stepped on the scale this morning and was down 3.8 pounds!


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