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1STMOMMY1991
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I walked my feet off

Friday, August 24, 2012

.....well ,ok only my baby toes. I discovered I had blistered both my baby toes (Blew one open) by the 3rd day. Got them wrapped for rest of trip so walking wasn't too painful. I did NOT do well with eating properly I see now that I've entered all my meals, but I walked and climbed and hiked more than ever in my life. I'll see what the scale says on my weigh-in tomorrow. Unfortunately, nothing felt looser by the end of the trip.
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  • ELIZACG9
    Good for you! I just started a job and walk 8 hours or stand the whole time, it is hard too! emoticon
    1440 days ago
  • DJ4HEALTH
    Congrats on the walking and you will get the food down too. Just give it more time for you to adjust to eating healthy
    1498 days ago
  • REXTINE1
    All the exercise was good, but it does need to be combined with food restraint. It's a long term thing and you just need to keep on doing the right things.

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    1498 days ago
  • ANDREAG89
    Congratulations on all the walking!

    Let me give you a tip shared with me a few years ago that I hope will help you (if you're not already doing it): before putting on your socks, rub your feet with a decent layer of foot cream, be it petroleum jelly, or Gold Bond foot cream, or cocoa butter, or something sort of thick. Once you put your socks over it, the socks sort of stay put and keeps them from rubbing on you. It's helped soften up my feet quite a bit and keeps the rubbing to a minimum.

    I hope you heal soon so you can get back to it! Way to go!
    1498 days ago
  • BLUE42DOWN
    emoticon on all the activity. Hope you're able to keep some of it up now that you're back and can get your eating back in line.
    1498 days ago
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