I worked the overnight shift last night. It was from 8:30pm to 6am. I didn't quite make it to six am though, so around 4 I ended up laying across the hallway on the linoleum floor so that if a camper were to leave, they would have to step over me, which would wake me up. I have narcolepsy though, so I knew that I probably wouldn't make it through the entire night.
Now this puts me at a disadvantage for the day. I slept in my bed from 6am until 10:30, so now I don't have time to work out before my next shift at 12. I guess that I'm going to have to just work out after I get off at 8:30 tonight, so I know that I can at least do the 30 day shred. I'm supposed to be doing 30 minutes of cross-training today also, but I'm thinking that I can just count the 30 day shred as that. We'll see how I feel around then though, I'm thinking that I will be extremely tired.
breakfast: banana 
lunch: 2 wraps (turkey, lettuce, wheat tortilla) , carrots , fruit roll up , lemonade 
snack: mini ice cream bar 
dinner: hamburger , french fries , ketchup , cantaloupe 
dessert: banana 
I've devised a new plan for myself. I really, really, really want to go shopping at the outlet malls before school starts, but I also don't want to do it if I'm just going to lose more weight. Which I'm definitely going to lose because I want to be down to at least 120 pounds. But, I'm going to allow myself to spend $10 on clothes for each day that I eat within my calorie allowance of 1400. That means between now and the day I would go to the outlet mall I could theoretically spend around $300 on new clothes for the school year.
I have a final weigh in goal of 120 pounds for when I leave for spring break. That means that I have 34 weeks until this date of Friday, March 11th to lose just about 40 pounds. That equals out to needing to lose 1.2 pounds a week. It sounds totally doable. I know I can do it. (If I could lose 2 pounds a week I would be at my goal by October!, but that's not going to happen, I'll be reasonable.)
Basically, I want to be 120 pounds sometime between October 1st and March 11th. That is a huge gap to work with. I can totally do it.