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Week 17

Monday, May 14, 2012

My husband and I got away for the weekend and it totally messed up my momentum. Of course being sick last week didn’t help momentum either. I am doing much better now though and that is all behind me. Luckily (or unluckily... depending how you look at it) I don’t go on vacation or get away much, so this will be a rare occasion. Needless to say, after the last 2 weeks, I need to get back on track and refocus my energy into my health efforts. It is going to be tough to get back to disciplining myself. It is so nice to eat freely. I thoroughly enjoyed my trip back to visit my past self this weekend! I know that she isn’t healthy though and I need to be healthy for numerous reasons. So back to the new me it is! Change is hard, but it a process; a never ending process! I did also enjoy time with the husband as well. It was nice to get away for a bit.

This week I am going to work hard to stay in calorie range. That is my main goal. I have to set my mind to it and make it happen. It is warming up here so getting out and jogging is beginning to become a challenge. I can’t imagine what it will be like in July and August!

Here are my goals for this week:
1. 8 cups of water a day
2. 3 jogs
3. Stay in calorie range 6 days

I am really going to have to work this week to make it happen. I don’t really know where I am at weight-wise. I am scared to weigh and see the damage done. My weekly weigh-in is on Wednesday, so I plan on waiting until then to see. That gives me a little time to start making positive changes and getting back on track. I can do this. I just need to get a little pep back into my step and get charged up again!
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