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Back in the saddle again....

Sunday, August 01, 2010

WoW! it has been quite sometime since my last post... almost five long months.. the good news is I was not completely dormant. We made our cross country move in April and things have been moving fast every since. I have been at my new job for two months and am feeling settled and ready to get into a more regular routine. I have been eating pretty well over teh past five months and I do run here and there and I walk almost every day on my lunch break. However, I got the basemet all setup this weekend with all of my weights, my mat and my trusty pilates ball.

This all came when I was feeling a bit down on myself for being so here and there for the past few months. I stepped on the scale and realized I dropped to a place I have nto been in a long time!!! I ws going back and forth from 147-150 FOREVER!! and would't you know my lunch time walks and diligent eating paid off... a small amount but it still paid off.. there on the scale staring back at me was a beatiful 144 ... so i got off and weighed myself two more times that day and once again the next day and wow!! then i was convinced that I could reach my goals and if I was abel to make it to this point with what I have been doing imagine what i could do if I kicked it into full gear!!!

My new goal is to basically utilize my work out area daily regardless it could be a 20 minute level 1 of 30 day shred or a full 45 min step video!! but I am back and determined to meet my weight goals before the dreaded holiday family photo!!! I am going to love this years photo.. which is what got me into this in the first place...

Ok.. rambling aside it time! today is my day! and i can do whatever I put my mind to!
and so can you!

new photos coming soon ...

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