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BLC #16: WUB #9- Almost there!

Friday, November 09, 2012

I already covered my challenges in a blog earlier today, but my additional goals were to...

Keep my stress levels in check- Failed miserably here! I had a full blown anxiety attack the other night and cried myself to sleep. I am so stressed about my dad's health, my schooling, and just life in general.

Complete the challenges 100&- Success!

Week 10 we get to pick challenges to repeat. I decided on..

NUTRITION: Get at least 5 servings of freggies a day!

I have been doing some major slacking in the freggie department!! Time to get back on track!

FITNESS: Complete 2 total full-body strength training sessions.

I haven't been doing a very good job of doing strength training. I do cardio every day, but I need to get some more strength training in!

MOTIVATION: Make some visual reminder that you will see daily.

I made myself a pounds lost jar before and I really like it, but I think I want to make myself some sort of cute clothing collage... or maybe just a blog with some pictures of clothes I want to buy once I'm at my goal weight. Or maybe I'll make myself a nice bar graph... :)

BONUS: Put away the scale! Weigh yourself just once this week!

This was the absolute worst challenge by far! I am a scale addict, and not weighing every day was pure torture. Obviously I am a masochist. But I think it'll be kind of exciting to not know what is going on in the weight loss department for the final week!

Member Comments About This Blog Post:
EUEK098 11/10/2012 9:39AM

    Good luck with the challenge redo, I haven't decided on the one am going to do

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SONIA260 11/10/2012 9:00AM

    wow! you're a anxiety attack last week, and now you are redoing the challenge that stressed you pretty much every day???

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