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It’s Been Awhile…

It’s Been Awhile…

Lisa Eirene

About Lisa Eirene Lisa lost 110 pounds through calorie counting and exercise. She swims, bikes, runs, hikes and is enjoying life in Portland, Oregon. Her weight loss story has been featured in First Magazine, Yahoo Health, Woman's Day and

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  1. Roz@weightingfor50

    HI Lisa. I’m bowing at your omelette making skills. I’ve had limited success making them myself. I love reading food blogs because I get great ideas for healthy meals. Have a wonderful Thursday.
    Roz@weightingfor50 recently posted..Thank you for your support!!!

    1. Lisa Eirene

      I was shocked that I successfully made that omelette and that I was able to recreate it another day. I was pretty proud of myself, to be honest.

      My Thursday is great so far because it’s my Friday!

  2. Lori

    Well, I love food and food blogs 😀

    I actually like to see what other people eat, particularly maintainers – and there are very few maintainers that blog food.

    I do sometimes have to remove blogs from my reader because they can be triggering for me in some way – either that I can’t believe someone can eat as much as they do and be so tiny or the eating seems very disordered (to me) and I don’t want to watch that happen.
    Lori recently posted..Stage 2 of Fit Female

    1. Lisa Eirene

      I like seeing what other people eat too and you’re right–not many maintainers document that. I stopped doing it because I felt like it was boring. And I eat the same food all the time. How many posts can I write about my chicken and broccoli dinner? 🙂

      I agree with some of the bloggers that seem disordered. There’s one that I really want to like because I’ve been reading her for a long time and used to like her but she eats an insane amount of junk food, processed food and fast food. It’s not quite a “trigger” for me but I feel like it’s bordering on the binge eating I used to do. So far I can take a step back and not associate it with my old habits, but of course there are days when I’m not as strong!

  3. Jill

    I like to see what people eat. I like to see a typical day- especially for a maintainer. It gives me good ideas when I can’t think of anything.
    I am an omelet maker! Sometimes they turn into scrambled eggs too- but usually I make beautiful omelets! I prefer egg white omelets….
    Jill recently posted..Grenada

    1. Lisa Eirene

      Do you have any tips for omelets?

      Thanks for letting me know! I might start blogging more about some of the food of the day as a maintainer.

      1. Jill

        I will try to explain… hold your pan and swirl it around once the egg starts cooking. Then I use a spatula to kind of push down the sides a little to make room for uncooked egg. I then swirl again. I continue to repeat this process until the egg has mostly set. Then I “try” and flip the omelet with the spatula. I am not daring enough or I don’t use enough oil to flip it in the air. I let it cook for a minute and then I add my toppings and fold it over. I read about it once- I will look for the link. I hope this didn’t confuse you even more!!! 🙂
        Jill recently posted..Grenada

        1. Lisa Eirene

          I’ll try that the next time I make one. I’ve never attempted flipping it. I think that’s where I’d get into trouble!

  4. Deb

    I gave up on omelets a long time ago- I just scramble it all together and call it good… lol. I have thought about buying one of those fancy omelet pans though on occasion.
    Deb recently posted..Day 178 & 179

    1. Lisa Eirene

      Scrambles are definitely easier and quicker!

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