Yesterday for lunch I brought a Lean Cuisine entree. Normally I buy Smart Ones because they have the point count right on the package. There's a few I go back and buy over and over again. They aren't that good and the portion is sometimes ridiculously small but they get me through for a few hours until dinner. I found what keeps me from overeating is knowing that I can eat again in a few hours and normally it will be something I like. Since I only have 5 or 6 points for lunch, I can normally have a regular portion for dinner. Back to the Lean Cuisine, it was 300 points and the fat content brought it up to 7 points, but boy was it good. The serving seemed to be a little more than the "red box" but I was ready to sacrifice that point in something else.
Tuesday night is Zumba and as I did each routine, I kept asking myself why isn't it getting easier? Do I need to take another class to get in the groove and build up my endurance? I think it's my arms that I having the most trouble with, so I think this week, I'll add to my exercise routine using some weights a couple of times. I refuse to use the "age" card. Sixty is today's 40, right? Or did I reverse that. I can get this and I'm not giving up!