Skylark Prather
Joined January 2011
Weight History

Start Weight
140.4 lb
Lost so far: 2.4 lb

Current Weight
138.0 lb
Performance: losing 0.7 lb a week

Goal Weight
127.0 lb
Still to go: 11.0 lb

Skylark Prather's Weight History

Skylark Prather's Latest Member Challenges

  10 lbs loose by november 25 2013
status: Completed
ended: 22 Nov 13
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  New Year, New You! 30lbs lighter by New Years!
status: Completed
ended: 24 Dec 13
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last weighin: gaining 0.3 lb a week Up
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last weighin: losing 0.4 lb a week Down
on diet Yoli
last weighin: losing 3.6 lb a week Down

Skylark Prather's Cookbook

cals: 32kcal | fat: 1.24g | carbs: 5.09g | prot: 1.33g
Veggie Delight Soup
A veritable garden in a pot.
cals: 90kcal | fat: 3.83g | carbs: 8.37g | prot: 5.99g
Zucchini Tots
These zucchini bites can be served as a yummy snack or appetizer.
cals: 220kcal | fat: 1.46g | carbs: 35.71g | prot: 21.81g
Stuffed Peppers Greek Style
Vegan stuffed green peppers.
cals: 110kcal | fat: 0.71g | carbs: 24.17g | prot: 4.89g
Veggie Ratatouille
A delicious dish full of wholesome vegetables.
cals: 253kcal | fat: 8.95g | carbs: 40.30g | prot: 5.64g
Vegetarian Yellow Curry
Substitute any veggies into this easy and tasty curry recipe.
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Skylark Prather's Latest Posts

Have you tried Flatout flatbread? The light version is low in calories and has extra fiber to counteract the carbs. It is made by Best Life and is in the Fat Secret food database. I buy mine at Meijer near the deli.
Check them out if you get a chance. They make great guilt-free wraps.
posted 07 Mar 2011, 15:46
Perspective - let me hear yours!!!!
Sounds like you area having a fun and productive month.
posted 28 Feb 2011, 18:48
plus size...but not a pear shape
You may want to think about having clothing custom made whenever you get to your goal weight. Some tailors make suits for both genders. Just a thought if you keep having this problem in the future.
posted 27 Feb 2011, 14:37
I agree with Kat. I have only been on here for about 6 weeks and I find the food and exercise diaries invaluable. I find that often when I want to cheat I remember that I will have to be accountable for my choices and restrain myself. The way it works best for me is to log things in as I go through the day, at least as soon after as I can, so I can keep up with my calorie count. I'm much less likely to go over it that way. My hubby uses his smart phone to track his food and it looks like a good idea, since it uses the camera option to capture the UPS and look it up in the food section. Pretty cool. I still have a "dumb phone" so I have to use the computer, but that's OK if I am home. Smile
Some of the challenges are keeping me aware of my actions too. Since it takes at least 21 days to change a habit, most of them run for a month or more. Useful tools for some of us.
posted 26 Feb 2011, 01:00
need to not have a clue
I was wondering how you were doing.
I received both a Wii Fit and an AE Sports Active 2 last Christmas. I really like them both for different reasons. The Fit is really good for games and aerobics. I can work with some of the games and the time and calories fly. The Active 2 is good for strength training that I can't do with the Wii Fit. It comes with a heart monitor and fitness bands, but you can switch it up to use dumbbells like my hubby and I have been doing. I recommend either of these as really good activities for an at-home gym.
posted 07 Feb 2011, 14:33
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