March 18th, 2006

exercise2, exercise3

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I've used Fitday for my food tracking needs for quite awhile now. It's generally done what I've needed it to do. However, I'm getting tired of things like, for example, putting in "French toast" and having to choose between "1 large slice" and "1 medium slice", and having to guess which one I have (they have dimensions on some bread items, but not all). Fitday is great and free and I can't knock it for that, but does anyone have any other food track websites/programs that they like and recommend? Free is good, of course, but I don't mind paying for a program, either. The ability to put in my own recipes (so that I don't have to enter in, say, enchiladas as all of their constituent parts) would be fabulous.
cooking2

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So when the recipe tells you to "generously butter" the dish for baked french toast, it means it. Otherwise, wow. This is really, really good, and tons easier than frying it on the stove. I may never fry french toast again.

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exercise

*rawr**flex*

Full activity report tomorrow (I'm going to start making a diet/exercise report once a week, to keep me in line) but we walked to the library today. 2.5 miles there, 2.5 miles back. I feel so buff when we do things like that. :)
dumb

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And moreover, I am not in the mood to read eleventy-gazillion pages on the legal issues surrounding jihad. Normally, I would be completely interested in the subject (once you start mentally thinking of jihad as "just war" instead of "holy war" it gets a lot more interesting, at least in my opinon) but since I have to do it, I really don't want to. All I want to do is lay in bed and read the latest Mary Russell novel I have checked out of the library.

Meh. 56 days until May 13th. Man, do I need this summer off from school.