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Happiness Hit Her Like A Train On A Track....

Wednesday, February 23, 2011


The Dog Days Are Over...
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  • v OILMANDREW
    You're doing great!
    1952 days ago
  • v ALLIE4993
    Yayyy!! you sound so motivated!! Keep up the awesome work! I have a problem with the scale/numbers. I step on the scale everyday and have been trying not to do that lately but its so hard not to ahhh!!!! hehehe Im going to try to get it down to once a week.

    Like you said if your pants are not as tight and the shirts are looser you can certainly feel the difference and thats what counts!! Have fun at your spinning class

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    1952 days ago
  • v JESSASAURUSFLEX
    Florence + the machine anyone??
    :D Love her... them?.... anyways, awesome music.
    I focus on the number.. and I weigh myself more than weekly.. it helps me stay on track, and it helps me know when I am doing something right, or wrong!

    Best wishes on your monthly weigh ins! emoticon
    1952 days ago
  • v BAILEE_GRAVES
    Glad your week is going much better! Also glad to hear the positive upbeat attitude. That's great.

    YAY for you!!

    Enjoy the spinning class!
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    1952 days ago
  • v BECOMING_HOLLY
    I am so with you about eating when you're hungry instead of "just cuz" but I do find that I don't eat until 10am (when I wake up at 7) if I do this... which I know is BAD.

    In far as weigh in, I am severly addicted to the scale. Every day... I only count it once a week -- but I still step on every day. I don't think (at least at this point) I could put it off for a WHOLE WEEK! AHHH!! hehe.

    Awesome for the workouts! I wish I had a personal trainer as a friend! That's AWESOME!

    Keep up the great work, you are really doing well!!
    1952 days ago
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