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Monday, November 07, 2011

When you step on the scale, then step off, then step back on....the readings should not be different every time. Especially when those readings are like 10 pounds off. So I bought a new scale last night. The bad news old scale was off. Oh wait, I already knew that. I am bummed that when i took the average number of what my old scale said, I am now 4.5 lbs heavier. I know there is no way I haven't lost a good number this last week....I know it. But I will have to be content not seeing it, and I know that next week I will have an accurate number to gauge by.

On another note, there is my all time favorite junk food in my fridge at this very moment. That's right...a big bag of delicious fish and chips from my favorite place. I am so happy (insert sarcasm here). I guess I can say I am happy....I am happy that I am avoiding it and that I haven't even sneaked a peek or a whiff. Also, I told hubby to refrain from bringing that home in the future. Fried foods are a trigger for binging for me. So for now, I just have to avoid them until I have been eating healthy longer. I know at a certain point, they will not taste as good and the sodium and fat will disagree. But I am only 2 weeks into resuming my healthy lifestyle, and I am just not ready to tempt myself that much.

emoticon Today I got my kickboxing cardio out and rocked it. I am officially tired, but feel wonderful. Yes! I can do this! Hi-Ya

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    Congrats on avoiding your favorite food! I have some of mine in the house but after having indulged way too much this weekend, I am off of it for now. Sometimes I do not have good self control so staying away is best. You're doing great!
    2113 days ago
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