Episode 63: Buck Up Little Camper

Posted by on Jan 21, 2010 in Food issues, Long Term, Recipes

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In Episode 63 we have our first “I Freakin Did It” freak! We share some tips on how to get back on track after the Holidays. Then take a look at the post weight loss surgery game of talking smack about yourself. And finish out the show with a quick omelet recipe made in a mug.


  • We have our first freak for the “I Feakin Did It” segment.
  • Have a look at The DivineMissT in her new red sweater.
  • During the holidays there was food everywhere!
  • You may have over indulged a bit like we did.
  • A few tips to get back on track with your weight loss.
  • What if we could record the things we think about ourselves?
  • Would you find it’s nothing but negative self talk?
  • While you compare yourself to others, they are comparing themselves to you.
  • Could it be that your images of beauty is a little clouded due to television and magazines?
  • Try comparing yourself to those less fortunate, and see the real truth.
  • A quick recipe for a bariatric friendly omelet in a mug.


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11 Responses to “Episode 63: Buck Up Little Camper”

  1. Awesome earrings, girls!!

  2. T2Nashville says:

    Danielle and the artichoke – seriously, you guys are great to have her on every week, just to see if I can catch a glimpse of her. Hi, Danielle!

    Lynnda and the Riding Crop – yeah, your house must be an interesting place to live. :)

    Another winner, chicken dinner!

  3. OMG I should not have watched this at work! YOu guys had me rollin
    Congrats MsT you Rock!

  4. You girls are awesome- I loved today’s episode- you speak great truth- about why not be your own best friend- and talk yourself up- rather than always being your own worst critic. and your freak of the week? I love her- she is one of my You Tube & FB WLS buddies-

    just FYI not for Freak of the week or anything- but today I had a thrill- I found out I weigh less than my Hubby by 5 lbs! and I actually could wear his jeans ! I put them on today as a test- and he is a normal size guy! Had my WLS 11/2/09

    woot woot!

    keep on truckin!

  5. Congratulations MsT!
    Looking forward to that omelette in a glass. Easy is always good.

  6. The omelet in a mug rocks!!! I’ve been having them all week for breakfast. I put the eggs over a little cottage cheese with some salsa… MUCHO BUENO!!


  7. I have never watched before although I’ve heard about your show. It’s GREAT! I’m going to try that omelet and teach it to my kids who are ALWAYS on the run in the morning. I will be checking back often for advice and support. Linda – you are hysterical!

  8. Thank you for using my NSV in this week’s I Freakin Did It segment! I gave the link to my family and all my friends! LOL You guys made me feel so good – thank you! *kiss kiss*

    Can’t wait to try the egg dish!


  9. YourWLBuddy says:

    To Sally: My husband is deployed and when I got to the same size as him, I took a picture of me wearing his clothes. he put it up on his wall. A few weeks later, I wanted to wear the same jeans and now they are too big! Hey, just thought….maybe that pic would be a good I Freakin Did It. I’ll go look for it…

  10. futuresveltemom says:

    I absolutely LOVE the omelet in the mug! It is so mindlessly simple, easy to prepare when I first get up and still in a half comatose daze! Thanks for covering this one! :D

  11. Shoot! You can prep all your omlete in a mug stuff the night before. The next morning all you have to do is put in the micro and let it go! These also make great snacks! I like to nuke some spinach, mushrooms, and canned fire roasted tomatoes w/garlic in the mug first then add the eggs and cheese. Love the artichoke!

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