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Monday = "Start Over Day" - Why?

Monday, August 30, 2010

Recovering from a long weekend...and getting back on track!
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  • CHR15A113N
    I've been kinda eating horribly the past couple days. I'm not eating at work and then I'm almost binging to eat calories at night after 2pm.

    I just cooked while I watched this!

    GOOO 220!!!! Get that nose ring!!!

    P.S. Tattoo's are HOT! :)

    I bet all the paper you printed was so warm.

    I've missed you sooooo!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    - Christopher
    2728 days ago
    oooooooo nose piercing :) I love me some piercings. I have my rook (this weird flap on my ear, and my tragus).

    I think planning out your workouts is a good idea. If you schedule it in, it's easier to get it done.

    Hope you enjoy the rest of your Monday!
    2728 days ago
    Weekends are harder for me to stay on track...
    I find that I do have more willingness to cook better bigger meals on the weekends.. because I am not so tired from work... so, I am gonna embrace that, and try to limit my meals out.

    NOSE RING!! sounds awesome. :) I dunno if you can tell, but I have my monroe done. I was thinking of taking it out recently.. but it gives me an ugly scar. You are so cute, and I love your hair today... I wish you had better access at home to spark, cause I miss ya!

    About being up in your weight... I am sure its a food baby... lol (gross I know) but when you eat more than you regularly do... it takes a bit for that to get out of your system... I am sure it will flush out soon. Drink lots of water, that helps.. or take a senokot... I take one of those when I feel irregular.
    2729 days ago
  • MELINDA2858
    I am going to print out a calendar too! I used to do it every month but lately I've slacked off. Thanks for the reminder.
    2729 days ago
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