Operation Stop Being A Fat Lazy Cow

‘If you drink wine tonight, you won’t go to the gym tomorrow.’ Yeah yeah yeah, whatever. Anyway, I did drink wine last night – today is the start of the Easter break after all, so it was compulsory wasn’t it? But I couldn’t let Shaun come home and say ‘told you so’, so I went to the gym. I hadn’t been for about a month but it was right where I’d left it, just a few minutes’ walk down the road and so Operation Stop Being A Fat Lazy Cow had begun.

We all know that exercise alone doesn’t shift the fat so I’m going to have to cut down on the crisps and stuff too and, in a timely fashion, the mini-Nutribox I’d been sent to review came through the door this morning (well, sort of through the door, the postie isn’t very good at putting the post all the way through).


The mini-Nutribox contains nine healthy snacks. All vegetarian, mostly vegan and, from what I can tell from the contents of this month’s box, raw too. I am a firm believer that raw food is the best food and today out of the box I had an ‘Energise’ goji, flax and maca superfood raw ‘fruit cookie’ and, as well as being stupidly healthy, it was flipping delicious too. I’m going to blog more about the Nutribox on my veggie blog soon.

I’m tracking my food and exercise on myfitnesspal, so if anyone’s on there and wants to friend me or follow me or whatever they call it on there, my username is jogblog.

Operation Stop Being A Fat Lazy Cow Day 1

Rowing machine: 20 minutes
Cross-trainer: 20 minutes
Crisps and stuff: 0


  • this is me too. I’ve decided not to bring crisps into the house even the coke I may have some when at work but won’t bring it home. Started eating a boewl of fruit with yoghurt home made not in pre pack bags Good luck with this I know its hard have a stone to lose minimum

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