Check up Day

So, I had my womanly check-up today. Doctor is surprised at all I’m doing without results. She encouraged me to do a calorie count. So I am. I’m doing it at www.my-calorie-counter.com I have inputted everything that I’ve eaten so far… I had 2 eggs this AM with 1/2 a bagel and that threw-off my cholesterol, but other then that I think I’m doing fairly well…. in fact, I wonder if I don’t eat enough. I mean, of the right things. Anyway, I’ll keep you updated. You can do that calorie counter for free, but I upgraded to a premium membership for the month, it was 5 bucks. Again, I’ll let you know. I know that I did do well in college right after I had my nutrition class and could tell you how many calories almost every food on earth was…
I also went to Happy Hollow with some friends. It reminded me that Spencer is totally gettin’ the shaft. I used to take Conner to Happy Hollow almost monthly. Spencer has never been. I mean, I do stuff with him at home…. but I’ve resolved to do more with him outside of our house too… more then just grocery shopping.
Tally ho….

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Comments

  1. says

    Wow! I’m so proud of you for counting calories! That is something that I would have a very hard time doing, but maybe I should anyway! Good luck!

  2. says

    Go you.

    What is Happy Hollow? And I totally agree…Chloe is going to be a home body because I don’t take her near the fun places I took B. It’ll probably be even worse for the baby.

  3. eliza says

    Good luck with the calorie counting. I did that for a while too and it really works, like keeping a food journal, to keep you focused and on track. Hmm… 500 cal. piece of pie or 200 cal. angel food cake.

  4. eliza says

    Good luck with the calorie counting. I did that for a while too and it really works, like keeping a food journal, to keep you focused and on track. Hmm… 500 cal. piece of pie or 200 cal. angel food cake.