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Friday, September 18, 2009

Today was a good day. My work went well, although busy, my eating went well, and I did a kick-ass workout.

I would LOVE to see some scale progress tomorrow, but I'm not expecting much. It just hasn't been moving lately. However, I should do a quick measurement tomorrow, so maybe I lost inches in the meantime.

Tomorrow is Rock Band Beatles night! I'm so excited! I'm also going to help a friend adapt a reicpe for cheese cookies she makes to be gluten-free, always exciting. I think I'm going to buy chickpea flour for them, and mix it with millet and tapioca starch.

I also have a new no bake recipe to try soon from a friend, looks yummy. Maybe for church Sunday? I'll need coconut milk and sunbutter to do that. Fun!

Ok, off to relax for the rest of this nice Friday night.
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  • DBELLE39
    I agree with the prior posts ---don't put a lot of stock into the reading you get from the scale. My biggest motivator is noticing the difference in my body & how much more loose my clothes are fitting!
    2632 days ago
  • MOMMYOF2CUTIES
    That scale can be discouraging at times, that was me last week. However I can tell in my workouts that I am definitely making a difference in my bodies, not so out of breath now and I can do longer workouts without feeling it. You're doing it right, even if the scale doesn't show it! Today's my last day for Week 1 of C25K, first time running on the road instead of a treadmill. Should be fun!

    Hang in there.

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    2632 days ago
  • NANCY-
    Don't worry about the scale... look at all the good you did for you health.
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    2633 days ago
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