I agree Monday's are the easiest day of the week to stay on track, but hopefully I am over and none of you do what I used to do by waiting for Monday to get back on track. All days of the week and time of the day are perfect for getting right back on track. Waiting for Monday puts on pounds.
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2/11/13 11:15 A
I never thought about it that way but yes, Mondays are good. I usually have problems being good on the weekend so when I get back to work, it's easier for me.
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689 2/11/13 11:01 A
Monday's are not bad at all. Although for me Sunday is the first day of the week.
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145 2/11/13 9:04 A
Yes, my fiancee is back to work and our daughter and I are back on schedule with our weekly routine.
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2/11/13 9:01 A
Absolutely. You have Sunday to prepare some healthy meals and pack a lunch. Mondays are always a success for me.
2/11/13 6:30 A
I find Monday's a good day to stay on track. Its the first day of a new week and the challenges of the weekend are over. The slate is clean - time for a new healthy beginning! Do you feel the same way?
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