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Day 6 and 7 Nutrition Challenge

Monday, October 24, 2011

I did my week challenge of logging my food. I didn't get everything from today and yesterday logged into Spark but I have it all written down. For the most part it went well. I may have eaten a little bit extra chicken tonight.... Favorite meal chicken quesadillas so I ate a lot of salad first.

Last night was a bit tough, my daughter woke up not feeling well around midnight so I needed to be up with her for a while, which caused some stress, which caused me to eat. fairly healthy snacks but about 250 calories worth...maybe more...which put me over my daily calories.

I did weigh in yesterday, first time in at least a month and i am back down to 222 my low weight which I was happy about. (not including the 6-7 pounds I lost right after surgery but then went back up to 222 soon after) Now to start get losing again. My goal now is to again lose that 7 lbs and get to 215.

So the week is done. I feel successful in my challenge. I do feel better. I've been doing crunches so my abs also feel stronger.

Now on to 215.
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    good job!! keep on keeping on!
    2121 days ago
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    2124 days ago
    Way to go Scott! And you're sensible and not perfectionist in meeting your challenge. I'm inspired to do my own challenge next week (as soon as I get back home from a trip). And I AM going to ride my bike in November. I am I am I am!!!
    2125 days ago
    Wow! You are really SPARKIN' IT! Kudos to you!

    2126 days ago
  • BILL60
    Way to go. Congrats!!
    2126 days ago
    emoticon emoticon going down the road not feeling bad emoticon
    2126 days ago
    Congrats Scott. Nice start. Now onto week two. emoticon emoticon emoticon
    2126 days ago
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