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10# down but tough weekend....

Monday, July 25, 2011

Hey I have lost 10# in the past 2 weeks!!! I am so excited! This weekend was tough. After I measured (lost 7.5in overall) and then did my WI well it was that time of the month for me and then I didn't have the time to go to the gym and honestly did do extra activity at home. Basically, I took the weekend off from exercise, but did really good with my diet. However, I was so down and depressed this weekend that I couldn't get to the gym. LOL Never thought that would be me. So, tonight after work and dinner I am proud to say that I am going to go to the gym! Wooo hooo!!! Also, my body is starting to want water a lot more! I guess these are two of the changes that "The Spark" book mentions.... I think that things are really changing in me! I keep telling myself that it was ok to take the weekend off because I have done so much and my body needed the rest with getting my well you know what! However, that negative part is still trying to pull me down! But the weekend is now done and I can't wait to get to the gym tonight! Oh, I might be getting the transfer that I want to a closer store to my house and instead of me having all wacky hours and having to work weekends to get some hours cause I had to drive 25miles to work well I will be working M-F 5am-10am and 2miles from home so I can go to the gym on weekends if I get the job. Tomorrow is the interview! I can do this!
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    Good for you; give us a new update!
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    Congratulations on the weight loss. It sounds like your body needed a couple days to adjust to the quick weight loss, so don't get too down on yourself for taking a couple days off. Keep up the great work!
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