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September 1st, 2011 at 10:54 am

ytd = April 1 2011 - March 31, 2012
Coupon total ytd = 992.87
RX total = 246.32
Discounted Gift Cards = 207.19
Total = 1,446.38

King Soopers has a new game on their website called Spin and Win. Add 4 P&G coupons to your loyalty card and spin the wheel to see if you win. I did this yesterday and won $3. That paid for my romain lettuce this morning. I usually win at least once on these games. They last for a couple weeks or more.

I spent 11.21 on produce and eggs this morning and got a new book for 6.20. Used $8.40 in coupons. I picked up a prescription for .80.

Paid my car insurance. It went down a little. 6 months for $279.21

If anyone is interested in low-carb/paleo/primal eating here's a huge list of podcasts by various authors/specialists in the field.

http://livinlavidalowcarb.com/blog/must-hear-podcast-intervi...

I've been listening to about 1 a day - they're very interesting.

I didn't lose very many inches according to my measurements this last month. .5 inch on my waist, arms and thighs. Nothing on my stomatch above the belly button or my hips, but something changed to let me get those pants on. Don't know what's going on.

I finished reading the library book The Truth of Valor by Tanya Huff. Sci/Fi - very good.

2 Responses to “spin and win”

  1. baselle Says:

    Two possibilities:

    Freshly washed jeans are harder to get into. If you worn them a little while, they get stretched out a hair.

    My body in the morning is very different than my body in the afternoon or at night. I don't know whether its water moving around or gravity tugging at my stomach, but I'm tighter all around in the morning than I am the rest of the day.

  2. LuckyRobin Says:

    I've noticed on diets that the body weight seems to redistribute itself periodically. So you may have lost fat in one place, gained muscle in another, and lost retained water in yet another, making those pants go on when before they wouldn't. This redistribution may not be well reflected on the scale or even necessarily in inches either, since it's more of the mass moving around your body, but you'll see it in how your clothes fit.

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