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Wiggle room in the jeans!

Thursday, March 17, 2011

Today I tried on my jeans (size 10) that have been super tight on me lately and I was very happy to see they fit me really nice today. They feel so good I could even wear them all day without feeling like I just want to change into something else that feels more comfy. I wore them last weekend and they were still a bit tight but something has happened in the past week. Something good! I've got wiggle room!

We'll see what the scale says on Saturday, my usual weigh in day. Hoping to see a change there too.

I have been eating healthy without one day of over eating or anything like that for 15 days in a row! Whoo hoo! I'm also working out almost daily. The momentum is building. What was a struggle a few weeks ago now seems like a habit and much easier. I wonder what it would be like to make this healthy eating a habit for more than 6 months at a time. I have not done that in years. This is the year I do it. This is the year I keep the healthy habits going through the stressful days, through the vacations, and even through the HOLIDAYS in November/December. I feel strong today and that feels really good!

Note: today was a stressful day: the kids were very tired and cranky and my hubby has been stressed over work - so some stress in the household, the kind that usually drives me to eat cookies, but I didn't turn to food for comfort : )


Member Comments About This Blog Post:
JULSALONE 3/25/2011 4:21PM

    No matter the number on the scale, you are a winner this week.

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NWGARDENGIRL 3/23/2011 10:35AM

    What a great feeling!! Congratualtions!

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PUG-GIRL 3/18/2011 5:36AM

  emoticon Keep up the good work!

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MOEE45 3/17/2011 11:16PM

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