Day 224 – Cruise PV

Morning weigh-in 91.4kgs

  • Daily LOSS 0.1kgs/ 0.22lbs
  • Total lost 20.8kg/ 45.76lbs

Watercheck – 1.4


  • Oatbran Porridge
  • 2x microwaved eggs
  • Mug of Tea

Morning snack

  • carrot & celery dipped in  extra low fat philly with homemade chive, garlic & onion seasoning


  • Savoury mince with broccoli, celery & chinese five spice (tastiest thing ever!

Afternoon grazing

  • Vanilla Activia
  • 1 fat free sugar free chocolate pudding


  • Chicken stirfried with vegetables


  • 25 mins cycling to and from work

Another good day! The losses are continuing, and if I’m honest, the tiny loss this morning can be attributed to the fact that I always sleep in on weekends, and I can easily lose half a pound in that sleepin time with a later weigh-in.  So my weekend weigh-ins are always lower than my Monday morning ones – I was dreading my weigh-in this morning, afraid it would go up, but in actual fact it was fine.  I’m happy with any loss, even just a little one, especially on a Monday! 😉

2 responses to this post.

  1. Haha, sleeping in might actually be working for you (rather than some weird kind of trick):
    ‘Cutting back on sleep, … reduced fat loss by 55 per cent,’
    “Dieters lost the same amount of weight whether they slept for a full night or fewer hours — but those who got more sleep lost more fat and they also felt less hungry while awake”
    “When the dieters got up to 8.5 hours of sleep a day, more than half of the weight they lost was fat. When they were sleeping just 5.5 hours a day, only one-fourth of the weight loss was fat with the rest being mostly muscle tissue.”
    So it seems that you will lose the same weight, but more FAT if you sleep late.
    Darn it — if only we didn’t have those pesky kids waking us at 7am at the weekends! lol


    • Ha! Yes, I’d read something about that. Sleeeeeep Goooooooood!

      We may not have a pesky kid, but we do have a pesky kitty who scratches incessantly at the door until we let him in of a morning. Fortunately he’ll never learn how to open a door (if we’re lucky) but pesky kids have an annoying habit of learning things like motor skills… 😉



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