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Celebrations for today...

Sunday, December 13, 2009

- Started the day out right by getting up relaxed, listening to my DAB, breathing deeply, and being thankful for the day. I also really enjoyed the sound of the rain.
- Before making my first meal of the day, I decided to get in some empty-stomach cardio. I immediately got dressed and prepped to go to the gym. (See my last blog entry for exactly what my workout consisted of). I felt amazing as I poured in sweat and enjoyed the change from the heat in the gym to the cold rain going back to the car. What a workout. Talk about endorphins!!!
- Instead of lazily laying around today, I decided to make it a cooking day. I tried out a new recipe for French onion soup. It came out great! I also juiced 15-20 lemons into ice cube trays...mission accomplished!
- I don't have any real celebrations in terms of food, except I got a small starbucks when I met a friend this evening, rather than a large. I also recorded all of my intake, in order to keep myself accountable.
- I celebrate my great attitude towards exercise and my body.

One day at a time.

Member Comments About This Blog Post:
IWORKING 12/13/2009 12:37PM

    We so often take the time to beat ourselves up when we have small goof ups and rarely take the time to acknowledge all the right things we are doing. I commend you for taking the time to put it in writing. Keep it up. You are succeeding.

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BUTEAFULL 12/13/2009 11:57AM

    I have a surplus of lemons this year, mabe I should juice and freeze too, I hadn't thought of that, since I usually have consumed them all by now. I haven't fixed hot tea with lemon in quite a while I used to have about four cups a day so that's why I have a surplus emoticon

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MITECU 12/13/2009 6:07AM

    emoticon , sounds like you had a great day.
Keep it up!
Could you share the recipe for your soup? I LOVE French onion soup-but haven't had it in such a long time-avoiding all that cheese and croutons and calories.

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