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Megs

11/10/2020 7:25AM in Instant Loss Holiday Hustle Challenge
  • Sweat sesh done! I was trying to talk myself out of it since I have a million things to do, but I made myself a priority!

    Now on to homeschooling my kiddos and getting our house inspection ready since we just got our license to become a foster family!!

    Excited and nervous for our new little adventure to begin.

    Party of five will soon be a party of six! Another reason to become healthy.

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Sarah M.

Amazing!

Kehumb

Great job! I often try to talk myself out of it too! Thanks for your encouragement! How awesome that you're fostering! Prayers for the transition!

Brittany W.

11/05/2020 9:58AM in Instant Loss Holiday Hustle Challenge
  • They say the hardest walks lead to the greatest destinations. The toughest climbs lead to the best views. No matter what challenges you faced this past week, I believe you can finish the rest of this week stronger than ever! You’ve got this! Comment below what you overcame this past week. No victory is too small!

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Stefani O.

I needed this today. This week has been rough (friend hospitalized, coworker passed away unexpectedly, husband got in a hit and run, and I had to report something serious at work). I’ve done well eating wise and exercise, but stress level wise, I’m beat, and I think it’s reflecting on the scale. I’m definitely that airplane this week, and I will get through that wind.

Valerie

I've had a really rough week. This is exactly what I needed to read this morning. Thanks, Brittany.

Brittany W.

11/03/2020 9:20AM in Instant Loss Holiday Hustle Challenge
  • Every day is a New Day.
    Sometimes we get in the habit of dragging yesterday’s failures into today. I urge you not to do that. Every day, each morning is a fresh start, a new day for the rest of your life! Whatever you did yesterday, let it slide away into the past that is forgotten and focus on moving forward. When you drive, if you spend the whole time looking in the rearview mirror you will crash. Same is true for your life. Forget the past and focus on your day today. It’s the only moment you actually have, today.

    Curious to know, what’s your favorite form of exercising? Mine is walking/running and light weight training!

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Katie M.

Due to damage done during childbirth and having surgical repairs, I can no longer (for life :sob:) do high impact exercise, aka running. Thankfully I have a hybrid trainer (elliptical with bike in one machine) and those are both low impact! I love a good elliptical work out. Paired with ifit is soooo motivating and killer workouts

Aimee

Right now it is only walking, but looking to incorporate strength traing.

Haven H.

10/28/2020 12:12PM in Instant Loss Holiday Hustle Challenge
  • Made Pad See Ew Last night with brown rice noodles! So good!

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Haven H.

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Haven H.

I made it with brown rice noodles instead!

Brittany W.

10/28/2020 6:45AM in Instant Loss Holiday Hustle Challenge
  • Success is found in your daily routine. Small steps in the right direction add up to amazing lifelong results!

    Mid week check-in...What healthy habits could you do a better job of incorporating into your daily routine?

Sarah M. , Georganna S. and like this photo.

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Lesli F.

Consistently working out is one major thing I need to work on. I go gung-ho for a while, then I have no motivation to work out.

Sarah M.

Water and food prep are my lifelines

Megs

10/27/2020 7:05AM in Instant Loss Holiday Hustle Challenge
Day 2 of workouts!!

I am homeschooling my preschooler, my 4th grader, and my sophomore is doing remote learning. I don't have a problem getting my workouts in... I have a problem with eating what they eat. I have PCOS and my body doesn't like dairy or gluten. But since I cook for the whole family and they are picky eaters, I end up eating what they eat. The 4 yr old doesn't like the texture of meat, my middle kiddo I make eat what I fix, my daughter is a teen who used to eat good but now wants junk food, and my husband is just as bad as my youngest with veggies. (I love veggies!)
Anyone have any great recipes for gluten and dairy free that the whole family eats?? Or any tips on how to expand the rest of the family's pallet? I'm tired of fixing two meals or limiting what I can cook because of the rest of the household. ( I miss seafood!) :-/

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Rashell W.

I also have PCOS and have worked hard this last year to cut out gluten & dairy. I find cooking for the whole family works best when it’s a meal that is naturally gluten free. Here are some things that work for us:

Tacos - corn shells & ground turkey meat. I don’t put cheese on mine but the kids do. Load it up with lettuce & tomatoes or salsa. Can also top with a slice of avocado.

Pork roast - I buy a shoulder (cut off extra fat) and throw it in the crock pot. You can turn it into kalua pork (add a little cabbage & serve over rice) or BBQ pulled pork (there’s a great bbq sauce in the first Instant Loss book). Can also use the roast with potatoes & carrots.

Chilli baked potatoes

Rice noodle pasta dishes - (spaghetti with ground turkey meat and Ragu makes a great organic sauce) & (Pacific brand cream of chicken soup is gluten free & dairy free. Put it over the noodles along with shredded chicken, canned chicken or tuna.) I like jovial brand of noodles and my boys can’t even taste the difference from traditional noodles. It’s made from brown rice. You can make your own meatballs using ground turkey and oats in place of bread crumbs.

Stuffed avocados - cut a ripe avocado in half, layer it with quinoa, shredded chicken, shredded lettuce, & drizzle with chipotle or green tomatillo sauce...my boys actually love this, even my son that doesn’t like guacamole likes it.

Enjoy!

Megs

Thanks Rashell! It all sounds delicious and I will definitely give a lot of those ideas a try! (I can’t do the avocado things, my daughter is allergic.)
As you can tell I’m new to the whole PCOS way of life so it’s all confusing at the moment with a ton of different opinions on what to do. So I’m just going to focus on eating clean and avoiding what I know my body doesn’t like! Seeing you give out all those recipes gives me hope that this will get easier!

Thanks again!

Brittany W.

10/26/2020 11:54AM in Instant Loss Holiday Hustle Challenge
  • What are you having for dinner tonight? Personally I am a huge fan of the Instant Pot! I love that I can whip up a healthy meal all in one pot in a snap!
    Tonight we are having my Instant Pot Taco Soup. It is one of my favorite lazy week night dinners. All I have to do is brown a little ground meat, open up some cans, and within 30 minutes we have a delicious dinner!
    Recipe: instantloss.com/i…

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Caitlin Q.

Your taco salad with the crema! Making it for the first time and very excited :relaxed:

Kasandra B.

Portioned amount of pulled pork (no sauce) with apple slaw! :yum:

Emily K.

10/26/2020 8:26AM in Instant Loss Holiday Hustle Challenge
  • Pumpkin pie steel cut oatmeal with pecans and a little bit of coconut milk.

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Vicki B.

Yummy

Emily K.

It’s on page 45 in Brittany’s 2nd book. It has canned pumpkin and pumpkin pie spice.

Claudia578

10/25/2020 11:41AM in Instant Loss Holiday Hustle Challenge
I need some advice on 'boredom eating'. I live alone and every time I get bored I resort to snacks or an 'extra lunch'. I try to drink a glass of water instead, but usually I end up eating anyway. Do you guys have any tips for this? I do occasionally go for a walk but it doesn't seem to help much. Other than that I'm (as most people are) pretty much stuck at home so it's really easy for me to just get up and grab a bite.

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Stefani O.

Chew gum?

Vicki B.

I can get this way and I'm in a house full of people. Lol.
Track all good and find a hobby. Also drink water when you catch yourself going for a snack.