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Getting my head in the game!

Monday, February 15, 2010

So I have just been treading water for so long and I need to get back into the game. There is a good quote that comes to mind, "The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over and expecting different results"

I need to buckle down if I want to see this weight come off! That means taking the following steps

-Less processed foods and replace them with the following:
-Eat at least 5 fruits & veggies a day
-Get at least 2 servings of dairy
-Get 2 tsp of heart healthy oil each day.
-Do my "Insanity" DVDs on schedule

I have added all of these into "My Goals" so hopefully that will make me become more aware of what I am putting into my body and less mindless eating.
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    Looks like you have a very realistic set of goals/streaks to lead can do it!!!!!!!!
    2443 days ago
  • MLG511
    Sounds like you are headed in the right direction! Good luck with your weight loss!
    2443 days ago
    Welcome! This is my first round with tracking also. I am loving this website. It has so many great things to offer. For the first time I feel that I am truly on the right track. You have to come to the right place. Good Luck and any time you need support you can find it here.
    2443 days ago
    AND.....BE SURE TO GET PLENTY OF EXERCISE!! The workouts to DVD's are great, but just plain walking when you can will be an added "happy" move. Those endorphins will certainly make you happier. Start slow....little steps will lead to bigger and more steps. Good luck on your journey to better health!! emoticon Wishing you success & joy in changing it up.....XO MaryAnn
    2443 days ago

    Comment edited on: 2/15/2010 11:17:41 AM
    Good luck! Those sound like really good goals.
    2443 days ago
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