Posted in October 2011

What’s in the Crockpot? – Part Deux

Welcome to another installment of “What’s in the Crockpot?” Today was a chilly, rainy fall day – perfect for another crock pot meal.  So here we go… What’s in the Crockpot? Beef Stroganoff! I found this recipe on the Cooking Light website. I’ve always loved beef stroganoff, but often considered it a high fat, high … Continue reading

Change Ahead.

I’m happy to report that Monday was a successful day for me. I tracked every piece of food that went into my mouth and didn’t dip into my weekly points allowance. I felt really good going into this week knowing that I am more than ready to get serious with Weight Watchers again. It helps … Continue reading

What’s in the Crockpot?

One of my favorite segments of Keep It Up David!‘s blog is his feature – What’s in the RediSetGo? You never know what’s going to be in there! I think it’s just a fun way of sharing recipes with readers. I’m going to “borrow” David’s idea and start What’s in the Crockpot? Yes, I know … Continue reading

Fire Up For Fall – Week 5.

Today marks the halfway point for the Fire Up For Fall Challenge.  Unfortunately, I’m not where I thought I would be at this point, but I still have 5 weeks left.  Anything can happen! This week’s positive picture is pretty much self-explanatory. I think I’ve finally gotten to the point where I realize that I … Continue reading

Fire Up For Fall – Week 4 (and a day).

Hi fellow FUFFers!  I apologize for being a bit late on this week’s post, but things have been a bit hectic lately…in a good way. This week’s positive picture comes from the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society’s Light the Night Walk that was held on October 6, 2011. I was this year’s Honored Patient and even … Continue reading

Fire Up For Fall – Week 3.

One of my close friends shared this picture on her Facebook page. This saying exudes confidence plus it makes me smile. 1. What have you done this week to help get to your goals? I’ve honestly done absolutely nothing this week to help get to my goals. I’ve been busy getting ready for my mother’s … Continue reading