off weekend back on track aug. 23

Monday, August 23, 2010

My weekend was ok but could of done much better on Friday, had to many drinks with the neighbors and I am sure they were loaded with calories, it was some kind of coffee flavored drink we were drinking. I did ok with the eating and did not gain any weight so I guess all is good as long as I did not gain.

Went to the gym on sunday to sweat out all the alcohol and eating I did from the weekend and burned about 700 calories so all is good.:)

Today heading to dr. for check up then to the gym.

I really need to try to stay off the alcohol on the weekends so I can speed up this weight loss and get to my goal of about 140. I need to lose 5 more lbs to get to 145 then I will see if I want to go any lower, for me 145 is about a size 6 so depending on if this i fit good into size 6 or they are a little on the tight size will depend if I go for 5 more lbs.

I am looking forward to my boys going back to school and my daugther going to the sitter again, I love summer but I love my time to myself too! I will have more time to put to my health and fitness journey and to work on my internet business which I really need to start giving more of my attention to.
I run and sell commercial fitness equipment to schools, fitness center, ymcas etc.. so if anyone has any leads for me it would be appreciated. My husband needs to go on disability one of these days so I really needs my business to grow to help him out.

Ok another day of staying within my calorie range, drinking my water and getting in my exercise, should be no problem;) Have a great day all!
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    Great day! It's nice to go to the doctor and not be fearing the
    scale for once!
    2739 days ago
  • CELLO23
    700 cals in the gym - am well impressed! You must be really working it, girl! emoticon emoticon
    2739 days ago
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