Thursday, November 6, 2008

Health Assessments - Ugh!

Next Tuesday, we're having Health Assessments at work. It's one of those "for insurance purposes" things where they test for cholesterol, weight and blood pressure. I tend to have a backwards mentality when it comes to things like this. Knowing that the time to be good is upon me, I tend to have double cheeseburgers and milkshakes, extra helpings and brownies.

I know it's not right....but I can't or..don't want to help it. I always preach portion control which means a cookie in each hand. I've tried smaller plates, eating less food at more sittings throughout the day, being mindful of each bite. I've taken to the treadmill and yes, I must admit, it does feel better being a few pounds lighter....but wait! I'm working on a Dessert Cookbook!

Perhaps, in the future, I'll look at a salad-seafood-fruits & veggies cookbook - but in the meantime I'll be sampling my Chocolate Truffle Torte and Buttery Ginger Gems. The good news is that my cholesterol and blood pressure have always been low...the bad news could be that, as Maxwell Smart would say, I'll "miss it by that much"!

Wish me luck,


Claudine said...

Angel, I always watch "Good Things Utah" and love it when you are on there. Your recipes are always made with things that you have on hand and you are so fun to watch. Thanks for sharing with all of us.
Claudine Spevak
Cedar City

Anonymous said...

I am so glad u have a blog! I watch GTU everyday and I always love your recipes most!!They are more realistic to make for stay at home moms and busy families!! Thanks for sharing your great recipes!!
Lindsay Figueroa

Pender Family said...

Hi Angel- I also found your blog by watching GTU. I love you, and hope to get to meet you in person one day. Thanks for all of your recipes, they are so simple, and as a mom of a busy 3 year old, I love to keep things simple.

Thanks again for everything! I'll be one of your faithful blog followers.

Marlene Skold said...

Thank you for telling us about your blog today on Good Things Utah. I watch every day on my computer. I enjoy your recipes. I am always looking for new ideas that I can make for myself. Cooking for one is not fun. I hope I get to meet you.
Marlene Skold (Marti's Mom.)