Wednesday, October 6, 2010

Hey lovelies

My meeting went well yesterday! Before it I ate an apple and a yoghurt but I'm afraid after it I lit a celebratory joint... and well omnomnom to pecorino cheese and dried apricots (naturally). I did break my fast but I think I will fast on either Saturday or Sunday to make up for the difference. (And booyah I felt GREAT last night)

Has anyone tried the "one food" diets? Like where you can only eat one food full stop? Because I could seriously consider doing that with watermelon or mangoes or something. Also great news guys, I booked tickets to go get my next yoga qualification in Thailand in December/January/February. Must be skinny by then!

Also, I would like to comment on the use of soy products. There is a link with consumption and weight loss, but there is also a massive link between consumption and weight gain, comparing Asian countries that consume a lot vs little, vs Western countries that consume a lot vs a  little.

How is everyone going?

Thursday is my weekly weigh day but because I ate last night I don't want to weigh myself today! I want to be at  70kgs SO bad.

By the way, I just feel I should share that I am from Melbourne. I'm studying honours in a health related field, hence my vague and random array of medical information. Anyway I am thinking about trying out for cheerleading. I've always wanted to do it!

Comment replies:
Miana, how is the LDD going? Are you drinking the teas/salt water cleanses? I did another one after binging and purging on monday, and boy the second one had way more impact. I felt so bloated afterwards though.

Claire, if you are losing weight without fasting, I would probably not bother? For me, I have a lot of trouble with portion control - I love food. I also love exercise and jumping around but not enough to counter the first part. So to stop me binging/purging as a weight loss tool, I find it easier to fast, but that does mean my metabolism will slow down, so if I felt I could lose weight another way I would take it.

Zette - I never used to be able to stand it! But my god does it grow on you! And as Cinnamon said - packed full of B vitamins so it is so great when you are hungover.

A.S.: I just know you are doing well on your trip and I want to hear all about it when you get back!

S: thank you so much for the lovely comment! I've just been looking at your "Beautiful Pin Up" Blog - and wow, it's beautiful. Keep it up!

Cinnamon - I think you should use Photobook or something to make a book of your beautiful recipes. Not really related to your comment, but you should!

Ana: thank you =). Great work with the SGD by the way.

Oh and a warm welcome to my new followers! Means a lot to have all of you here to support me.

Stay slender!



  1. Hey!
    Glad to hear you're feeling good. Well done! A yoga instructor, that's deeply cool! Cheerleading sounds like a blast!

    I might not be good at many things, but I can cook. Or, at least, no one's complained yet! Ha! I come from a long line of 'kitchen witches' and my recipes are partly responsible for my weight gain. Think Nigella to the max!

    These days I'm pleased to report that my cooking is a lot lighter and more weight conscious! Thanks for your kind words, it means a lot. X

  2. Oh my gosh - vegemite soup?! You guys are geniuses :) Definitely going to go check out your recipes, Cinnamon.
    Kat, I *love* your blog. Love that you keep it updates, and *LOVE* the backgrounds you choose - they're beautiful.