1/31/12- Paula's Eating/Exercise Journal: Sunday

by Paula (Clean Eating Expert) 1. February 2013 09:00





Declutter: Part 2-

In yesterdays blog we addressed the issue of decluttering your home space to help you be more organized, to get more help from your family with household chores which frees up more time for you to achieve your physical and nutritional goals.

Today, I want to address your work environment.  One place at work you spend A LOT of time is on your computer and specifically, e-mail.  In general, you can organize files with Google desktop.  At the web address desktop.google.com, the program searches your entire hard drive so you can find missing e-mails or memos.  If your e-mail inbox is constantly clogged, you can set your e-mail preferences to filter and prioritize incoming communications.

There are programs available to organize your desk at home.  Just download reQall, a free recognition tool (regall.com), and then call the toll-free number from your cell phone to leave yourself reminders.  ReQall organizes the messages and plays them back to you as a list of to-dos (WomansDay.com January 10’).

Clean your keyboard by blowing it with a hairdryer set on cool.

There are a variety of aps available for blackberry and I touch phones that help organize information.

How does organizing at apply to our discussions about clean eating and exercise?  The more organized your thoughts and environment are at work (and at home), the less stress you feel.  The less stress you feel, the lower your blood pressure, the more balanced all your systems work, and the more energy you have.

Workout  1/31/10: Sunday

Elliptical- 44 minutes, 4.44 miles

Strength train-


Food Diary 1/31/10: Sunday


1 cup non-fat vanilla yogurt (80 cal)

1 cup organic egg whites, 1 cup organic spinach, 1 brocolli pieces (140 cal)

whole wheat toast, 1 tbls no-sugar added jam (100 cal)

A.M. Snack-

apple (57 cal)


2  5/8 orange roughy (60 cal)

salad- 2 cups organic spinach, 5 asparagus, 1/4 cup green beans, 1 red sweet pepper (81 cal) 

P.M. Snack-

1 cup quieno (187 cal)

Dinner-  restaurant

4 oz.Prime rib (240 cal)

sweet potato (176 cal)

steamed asparagus( 65 cal)

1 glass wine (100 cal)


1/2 cup rasberry sorbet (147 cal)


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