Aerial Avian Coprophobia: fear of birds pooping on my head.
Athazagoraphobia: fear of being forgotten
Ereuthrophobia: fear of blushing
Pogonophobia: fear of beards
Equinophobia: fear of horses

23rd July 2014

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Finally perfected my workout to burn max fat :)

Finally perfected my workout to burn max fat :)

21st May 2014

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Watermelon shrimp salad
Serves 2
-371calories/serving

-1 lb bag of frozen salad shrimp
-McCormick steak seasoning
-1 clove minced garlic
- watermelon chunks
- feta cheese
- romaine lettuce
- 2.5T white balsamic vinegar
- 1T diced onion
- 1T Olive oil

Toss shrimp in steak seasoning and cook in a skillet with minced garlic according to package directions (~3 min per side) and set aside.

Mix Olive oil, balsamic vinegar, and diced onion together and toss lettuce in it.

Layer other ingredients to your liking!

Enjoy!

21st May 2014

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Picture of my last meal that didn’t post! WAhhhh!

Picture of my last meal that didn’t post! WAhhhh!

21st May 2014

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Wicked Chicken(4 servings)
461cal/serving

1 box penne pasta
1 lb boneless skinless chicken breast
4oz can of green chilis
1 jar Alfredo sauce (I used prego bacon flavor)

-preheat oven to 350 degrees
-Cook pasta according to package instructions
-while pasta is cooking, grill chicken breasts (I did 2 cut in half for 4 pieces) 3-4 min per side
-sprinkle with salt/pepper/garlic powder if desired
- toss all 4 ingredients together in a casserole dish
-bake for 30min at 350 degrees.
-enjoy!

Wicked Chicken(4 servings)
461cal/serving

1 box penne pasta
1 lb boneless skinless chicken breast
4oz can of green chilis
1 jar Alfredo sauce (I used prego bacon flavor)

-preheat oven to 350 degrees
-Cook pasta according to package instructions
-while pasta is cooking, grill chicken breasts (I did 2 cut in half for 4 pieces) 3-4 min per side
-sprinkle with salt/pepper/garlic powder if desired
- toss all 4 ingredients together in a casserole dish
-bake for 30min at 350 degrees.
-enjoy!

10th April 2014

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#5

Lost 5 lbs this month! Very excited :)

Week after next my one night of vball per week becomes 3 nights. So with workouts already set for the other days my only day of “rest” is Friday. Which is the day I work both jobs, so I’m on my feet 7:30AM-1:30AM. Maybe I’ll lose 10 next month!?

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8th April 2014

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A full meal only 535 calories!

I cooked up a package of Jennie-O Sweet Italian turkey sausage on my grill pan on the stove. I REALLY WANNA GRILL OUT, c’mon summer!!!!!

The package came with 5, 2 with no bun was plenty for me.
I paired it with apple poppyseed coleslaw, recipe here:
http://damndelicious.net/2012/07/15/apple-and-poppy-seed-coleslaw-beattheheat/
Note: if you buy the pre-mixed coleslaw like I did, this recipe is for about half a bag (I just eyeballed it). I made it last week (only using 3/4 of an apple both times, but my apples were huge) this time I subbed low fat mayo. *The calories above are for 1/4 of the recipe using regular mayo.*

Steve ate his with mustard and diced onion on buns (adds about 100calories each.) While I dipped mine in Open Pit’s “Apple Whiskey BBQ sauce” SOOOO GOOD!! Fun to pair this with the apple coleslaw. I also made some homemade pickles, yummy :)

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5th April 2014

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Saturdays

I have been going to the gym every Saturday for a month now. I tied one on pretty hard last night so, especially being dehydrated, I decided to take it easy today. I cut 20 minutes off my normal elliptical time and took it slow. When I started I used to do 30 min, and I’ve been slowing increasing my time, now I’m up to 50. Taking it easy I burned as many calories in 30 min as I used to when I went 30 minutes. Only difference, back then.. That was “going hard” for me. Basically what I’m saying is I’m proud of how much progress I’ve made, even if I’m not losing a ton of weight, I am getting stronger and better. Yey me!

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4th April 2014

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Honey Garlic Porkchops

Ingredients
- 1.5 lb Porkchops
- 1C ketchup
- 1/3 C honey
- 1/4 C soy sauce
- 2 cloves minced garlic
- salt/pepper to taste

Salt and pepper the pork chops, I had 4 of them (boneless). Heat up grill or grill pan. Mix together remaining ingredients. (I bought 1.1lbs and had plenty of sauce left over). Brush sauce on porkchop, lay sauce side down on grill. Salt, pepper, and sauce the other side as it cooks. Each side will cook 3-5 minutes. I did 5 and 4, and mine were perfect. Once they have been flipped, spread sauce on it again. You can use any remaining sauce for dipping (I looove stuff saucy). I paired mine with a salad (no cheese, :( wahhh) and together these were just under 350 calories! I guess I coulda had the cheese after all!

Serves 4.

1st April 2014

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Baked veggies

Ingredients:
-Your favorite veggies
- 3 Tbs EVOO
- juice of 1 lemon
- 2 cloves minced garlic
- fresh thyme
- salt/pepper to taste
(Serves 3-5 people)

Fill up a casserole dish with your favorite chopped up veggies, I chose: zucchini, red potatoes, carrots, and green beans.
Drizzle EVOO and juice of 1 lemon over veggies. *tip: if you microwave the lemon for about 10 seconds, then cut it in half you will get more juice out of the lemon* sprinkle salt, pepper, minced garlic, and fresh thyme over veggies. Toss to coat. Sprinkle with salt/pepper again if desired. Bake at 450 for 45 minutes, stirring every 15 minutes.

After Steve and I are them I was able to make us both lunches with the leftovers by simply adding 1 chopped up hot dog to each container.

**note calories seen above is for approx 1 serving, depending on what YOU eat, I over estimated the green beans**

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1st April 2014

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Chicken Caesar Pita

Ingredients (per pita)
-large pita
- 3-4oz chicken (grilled or baked)
- romaine lettuce
- 1Tbs Caesar dressing (T marzetti makes my favorite)
-Parmesan cheese
- plain hummus (red pepper is good too)
- jalapeños (optional)

For 2 pitas a cooked and shredded 1 breast between the 2 and there was a little left over.

Cut open the pita, spread hummus inside one wall. Fill with ingredients. Gold over one edge and roll. Mine kind of fell apart, Steve’s stayed together. Would recommend microwaving pita for 15 seconds before stuffing.

441 calories each.
Could cut down by using wheat pita (I only eat white 😬) and light Caesar dressing, but I had regular on hand.

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