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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!!
    1334 days ago
  • v SUECHRIS50
    The key is to Hang in there no matter what! emoticon
    1334 days ago
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