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The start of a new year!

Wednesday, January 02, 2013

When I came home from work today all the Christmas decorations were down, the house looked really bare!! I cannot believe how quick the time has gone, they say the older you get the years begin to fly by. I then started to think about that if I had stuck to loosing weight last January the amount of weight I would have lost and how different I would look. So maybe using this year to create a new me will not be that bad after all.
I am going to try to log my food regularly and stick under my calorie allowance. My main goal is month is to fit in a regular exercise routine into my week, I have already started a Zumba class on a friday night which I really enjoy. So I need to make time the rest of the week to fit in a couple more routines. I would really love to start jogging again but I need to lose a couple of stone first to make it easier for my poor old knees and hips.
There are a couple of girls at work that have either lost or in the process of loosing weight so I will not be the only one there. I am going to weigh myself on Friday which will be the regular weigh in day, It is the one thing that I am defiantly not looking forward to!!!! There are still lots of Christmas goodies left in the house but they are all bagged up and in a cupboard hopefully out of temptations way. My husband is going to cut down on what he eats so that will make things a bit easier.
I am going to try bogging more, this is a new thing for me so i'll see how it goes.
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    Glad to see you back here and focused :-)
    Noticed you joined the january kickstart team as well, woohoo....just think where we can be by this time next year!!
    1393 days ago
    The key is to Hang in there no matter what! emoticon
    1393 days ago
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