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Old 11-01-2016, 01:41 AM   #1
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November Daily Chat

Where did that year go!?! We've lived through five-sixths of 2016.

Autumn has given way to Winter and now we've just finished Halloween and we're through to Thanksgiving, Christmas, New Year, and the Super Bowl. JUDDD allows us to treat such occasions as part of the rhythm of our lives, and opportunities to apply what we know and choose to look forward to celebrations and seasonal events.

But, this isn't about JUDDD - this is where we mention and chat about everything else in our lives, our news, updates, and general socialising.
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Old 11-01-2016, 05:17 AM   #2
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Wow! Can't believe it's November Tomorrow is my 1 year anniversary at the "new" job, which I think I can no longer call the new job

I have my MRI tonight, so hopefully some answers soon about this Achilles issue.
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Old 11-01-2016, 05:55 AM   #3
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Marking my spot, thank you for starting the new thread Slow.

Hope the MRI is helpful Carly.
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Old 11-01-2016, 06:06 AM   #4
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Tonight is a scheduled Carb night up day. I'm looking forward to some goodies. I honestly can't believe it's November!
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Wow! Can't believe it's November Tomorrow is my 1 year anniversary at the "new" job, which I think I can no longer call the new job

I have my MRI tonight, so hopefully some answers soon about this Achilles issue.
Nope no longer new! I hope the MRI goes smoothly and they see a easy fix.
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Old 11-01-2016, 06:14 AM   #6
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I tore my rotator cuff in 2014. I got cortisone/ lidocaine injections every 3rd month and it helped a lot. I thought it had finally healed completely because I hadn't gotten a shot in like 5 months, but wouldn't you know it started hurting again in the last couple weeks
They don't think mine is a tear as there was no "oh darn" moment where I suddenly hurt it. It's been gradually getting worse over the last six months or so. They called it a rotator cuff impingement. It feels like I have a tight harness around my shoulder that restricts the motion.

For example, if you hold your arm in the classic "making a muscle" pose and then rotate your forearm from 90į up to 90į down while keeping the upper arm level, I can only go halfway down before it binds up. I can force it down slowly but it gets super tight and painful.

The worse part is it's my right arm and I am very right handed so I am constantly doing something that will trigger a flare of pain either in my bicep area or down the back of the arm. The rest of the time, it just aches but those flares of pain are no fun. I also tend to sleep on my right side, which aggravates it so I have had trouble getting comfortable at night.

Hopefully the PT will free it up but I have my doubts. My dad had something almost identical at my age and it turned out to be a bone spur that caused the impingement. He had surgery on it but it has never been 100% since due to scar tissue.

On the plus side, by blood pressure at the Drs office was 124/88, which is really low for me. I've been on meds for the last two years because it was running 145-150/105 or so. It was a DD, so maybe that helped, but it looks like maybe the weight loss is helping. I'm hoping to get off the BP meds eventually.
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Thanks again Slow for starting all the monthly threads! I can't believe it's November! We had family and friends over for a shortened version of trick-or-treating since it was a school night.

No one wanted to take the extra candy home! I can't believe I am about to type this........but I am so sick of candy, maybe I should put this in the NSV thread!!

My friend told me yesterday about the teal pumpkin project. I normally give out candy and/or toy (non food item) for the kids that come to our house. She told me that this project to make sure kids with food allergies (or maybe other medical conditions) can still enjoy going out with their families on Halloween.

I printed out a sign to put out on our little table. I don't know a lot about it, but I like the idea quite a bit!
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Old 11-01-2016, 06:40 AM   #8
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Thank goodness I gave away all the candy last night! I sure didn't want any of it in the house. Lots of trick-or-treaters - I was surprised at the turnout.

This month, I want to really stick to my eod rotations and try to get my DD calories lower. I'm planning an entirely low carb Thanksgiving dinner except for the mashed potatoes which I hate anyway. I'm hoping to stick to plan even if I over eat a bit on the actual feast day.

This year certainly has gone by fast! I can't believe Christmas is just around the corner. I was in Michael's yesterday and they already have the Christmas stuff out! Halloween wasn't even over for Pete's sake! It seems to start earlier and earlier every year.

Best of luck with your MRI Carly. I hope they can figure out a fix.

Sorry for your woes FrostyBeav, but at least your BP is down - way to go! I want to get off my BP meds too. I think I could now, but I'll wait till I see the doctor in Jan.
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Old 11-01-2016, 06:46 AM   #9
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We haven't had a trick-or-treater in 15 years or so, so we don't even buy extra candy (for them ) anymore. It was weird having my DD on Halloween. I did briefly have a thought that said "It's Halloween. I should have one piece of candy to celebrate" but I passed and stayed zero calories.
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Hi All!! I haven't been around much. I've really struggled with JUDDD the last month or so. I haven't gained but I haven't really lost either. I'm sitting at 202.2. Between roommates who are always eating, and then I met someone and started dating, I just can't seem to stay at 500. I think for the rest of the year, I am going to try 16:8 with moderate carb intake and a 500 daily calorie deficit. Hopefully after the New Year, I will find my will power for JUDDDing as I really do love it. And I really want to be under 200 by 2017
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Hi everyone, I am new to JUDDD and starting today.

I am not new to LCF at all though...however I've now had to accept that adhering to low-carb will never work for me. I have read everything under the sun on JUDDD and am ready to DO THIS.

One thing I know for certain is that I will absolutely need to visit here every day for inspiration and staying on track!
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Old 11-01-2016, 09:21 AM   #12
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Hi everyone, I am new to JUDDD and starting today.

I am not new to LCF at all though...however I've now had to accept that adhering to low-carb will never work for me. I have read everything under the sun on JUDDD and am ready to DO THIS.

One thing I know for certain is that I will absolutely need to visit here every day for inspiration and staying on track!
Welcome! I recognize your avatar. We are a great group, so drop by often.
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Old 11-01-2016, 09:32 AM   #14
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But, this isn't about JUDDD - this is where we mention and chat about everything else in our lives, our news, updates, and general socialising.
Curious -- is there a daily thread for chatting about JUDDD-specific stuff (I remember there used to be a Down Day one, and another Up Day one -- I used to creepily stalk those in my low-carbing days)!

I don't want to start a journal but would love a space to talk to people on DDs and UDs
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Bluebells, I just saw you other thread asking about swapping your DD around. Sorry didn't see it in time. Hope you have a lovely evening. Tomorrow is another day.

And this is the place to chat. Everyday.
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First day here. First DD.

Did okay I guess. 600 cals. It would have been <500 but I had to take my son to soccer practice and it was miserable and raining, so I drank a cup of hot chocolate. (When I say/think stuff like this -- berating myself over 100 calories when I've been going up and down stairs all day long, it sounds stupid in my head. Although I know how important it is to stay <500).

Today was super high protein: 3/4 cup ceviche (so GOOD) with veggies, 1/2 cup oil-packed tuna with a package of saltines. Lots of water.

I think my main issue during DD is that I love mindless snacking while getting through onerous work tasks -- need to buy gum or something.
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First day here. First DD.

Did okay I guess. 600 cals. It would have been <500 but I had to take my son to soccer practice and it was miserable and raining, so I drank a cup of hot chocolate. (When I say/think stuff like this -- berating myself over 100 calories when I've been going up and down stairs all day long, it sounds stupid in my head. Although I know how important it is to stay <500).

Today was super high protein: 3/4 cup ceviche (so GOOD) with veggies, 1/2 cup oil-packed tuna with a package of saltines. Lots of water.

I think my main issue during DD is that I love mindless snacking while getting through onerous work tasks -- need to buy gum or something.
Congrats on having your first DD under your belt. During my first few months of JUDDD I brought a zip lock baggy with celery sticks and a container of low cal dressing or Walden Farms no cal dressing to nibble throughout the day. Once I got my fasting mojo on I no longer needed my celery sticks. I have not packed lunch for work in 4.5 years- don't miss that ONE BIT!!!!

I had my MRI last night, so hopefully I will have some results soon. This doctor is new to me, so I'm not sure how responsive he is and what to expect, but I should have access to the results in few days myself.

The thought of wearing one of those huge immobilizing boots is just dreadful- try navigating the busy streets of NYC in one of those- can't even imaging that it's doable and I travel the 5 boroughs via subway quite often for my job, so if it can't be fixed with physical therapy and I'm left to decide between boot and surgery I may just bite the bullet and go for surgery, but don't want to put the cart before the horse
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I have had achilles trouble Carly. If you have the surgery you will be in the boot for weeks too. Good luck. Achilles stuff is no fun.
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Hi. Happy November. Today is my one week on plan. I lost 9 pounds total, most of it water but hey, a loss is a loss. I feel so much better now. Now to continue this positive plan through the holidays, that's the plan.
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Wow, Carly, you live in NY City??? That is super cool. I'm from southern Connecticut and have been to the city oodles of time. Now I live in NW Arkansas though. Miss all the great ethnic food, especially decent crusty bread and pizza. Moved here 12 years ago. I wish I never moved but can't undo it now.
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Welcome, Bluebelle. I'm new here and to this plan too. Is your name referencing the ice cream or the flower or Texas?
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OOOOPPPS, maybe I'm thinking of blue bunny? I don't even know. lol
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The flower! They're my favorite

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Congrats on having your first DD under your belt. During my first few months of JUDDD I brought a zip lock baggy with celery sticks and a container of low cal dressing or Walden Farms no cal dressing to nibble throughout the day. Once I got my fasting mojo on I no longer needed my celery sticks. I have not packed lunch for work in 4.5 years- don't miss that ONE BIT!!!!

I had my MRI last night, so hopefully I will have some results soon. This doctor is new to me, so I'm not sure how responsive he is and what to expect, but I should have access to the results in few days myself.

The thought of wearing one of those huge immobilizing boots is just dreadful- try navigating the busy streets of NYC in one of those- can't even imaging that it's doable and I travel the 5 boroughs via subway quite often for my job, so if it can't be fixed with physical therapy and I'm left to decide between boot and surgery I may just bite the bullet and go for surgery, but don't want to put the cart before the horse
Hi Carly! I actually work at home, which is a huge blessing, but not such a blessing in terms of easy access to snacks I love celery/carrot sticks though (had also thought of pickles which are basically 0 calorie)

Fingers crossed MRI results go well for you! Based on the handful of times I've been to NYC I definitely understand you saying how inconvenient wearing that boot would be
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Chewie- congrats on a successful first week!

Carly- I was going to say either way looks like there's a boot in your future! My DH is complaining of calve pain a lot since he commutes to the city, maybe it's all that walking?

Bluebell- welcome and congrats on your first dd!

Tash- I'd been having a hard time sticking to dd's too and then I tried full fasts dd and it clicked again, give it a try! Also you have to just ignore the roommates! I know it's hard being around food on dd's, try having to cook for kids and not eat it! but you just have to do you and not worry about what they are doing.

Frosty- hope you get relief for your shoulder! I've always had a ppo my whole life and because my DH job insurance is so expensive we had to get an hmo this last year! It does suck having to get a referral! But for the family plan , hmo $1400 per month, ppo $2200per month!

Susie- good plan for thanksgiving! It's actually one of the better holidays for me to eat right because a lot of the food is pretty paleo as long as you stay away from pie!

Jane- I've heard of the teal pumpkin! I also like the idea having a allergy kid myself! We were going to skip trick or treating this year because she can't eat any of the candy anyways but she still wanted to go. Now I've got a bag full of candy mocking me in the house!

Leanne- how often are you doing your carb nights? Is this the same idea as carb cycling?

I was scared to weigh in this morning cause thru not planning my ud menu very well my carbs were high and I also gave into temptation and had a couple of pieces of candy. not too bad though, up 2 which is the most I like to be up after a ud. Still at 100 lbs lost which makes me happy tried to make yucca alcapuria's ( Puerto Rican fried fritter type thing) and I messing up the recipe Ended up with too much and that how carbs went over board. I also made a butternut squash soup that I didn't get to eat cause I was already Over my calories. Guess I'll be eating that tomorrow!so hard to cook and have food not go bad when you only eat every other day! Just realized I have only 3 weeks to make my goal , were going to my brothers in Virginia 11/23 for thanksgiving. I think I can as long as my ud are under control and I don't go Crazy on the weekends. Let's do this!

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Hi everyone. Today is my first UD. I read that it's best to have the biggest fasting window possible so I am holding off on eating until the afternoon, if I can make it. So far don't feel hungry today!

I slept really well yesterday and woke up feeling good. I usually don't on weeknights so this is really great and I am choosing to attribute it to one day of being on JUDDD

Looking forward to making pumpkin pie with my son today, and pasta for dinner! Hope everyone has a marvelous day!
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Wow, Carly, you live in NY City??? That is super cool. I'm from southern Connecticut and have been to the city oodles of time. Now I live in NW Arkansas though. Miss all the great ethnic food, especially decent crusty bread and pizza. Moved here 12 years ago. I wish I never moved but can't undo it now.
I live in Southern Westchester, so a very easy train ride to work. We are actually strongly considering a move to Queens.

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Hi Carly! I actually work at home, which is a huge blessing, but not such a blessing in terms of easy access to snacks I love celery/carrot sticks though (had also thought of pickles which are basically 0 calorie)

Fingers crossed MRI results go well for you! Based on the handful of times I've been to NYC I definitely understand you saying how inconvenient wearing that boot would be
Pickles are a good calorie bargain- 4 calories per ounce, so 6 ounces is under 25 calories.

A boot would be a really big problem, so, ignoring this may be in my future.
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Old 11-02-2016, 08:04 AM   #29
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Carly- I was going to say either way looks like there's a boot in your future! My DH is complaining of calve pain a lot since he commutes to the city, maybe it's all that walking?
How long is his commute? Watch for blood clots if he sits a lot. They can easily start out seeming like they are just leg pain.

As for Halloween candy, I may or may not have bought two giant bags of Smarties yesterday on clearance.
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