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Sweating it

Saturday, January 12, 2013

I did the stairs and the floors of the apartment today for my workout. It felt good to feel the legs burn some and to know that I am working so my heart stays nice and strong. I am convinced that if I keep doing the stairs eventually my breathing will ease up a little bit when I am climbing stairs. I do so have the desire to reach my goals sometimes I just wish I could breath better the same is true when I run. I am not complaining though. On another topic My goal today is to drink lots of water and to eat sensibly. I had my fun night of eating last night. I had some pizza. It had mushrooms, green peppers, onions and chicken, and of course cheese. (It was thin crust) I weighed myself today and I didnt lose anything but I didnt gain from that meal so I am happy! I wrote last weekend that I am trying in my mind to get past the idea that all things that taste good I shouldnt eat. Because of my size this is a real struggle for me. But slowly I am making some progress. I allow myself to eat what I really desire and not worry about the calories once a week. This I think keeps me grounded. Does anyone else do this have a fun meal each week?

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ROCISIS 1/12/2013 3:47PM

    Good for you getting your workout in so early in the day, hope you enjoyed your pizza sounds great, you made some good choices with the veggies, and thin crust.I feel like you, omitting foods just cause you think their bad is really just setting you up for failure. I want to be able to eat something if I feel like it.
I'm making taquitos with pinto beans and cheese for dinner, (I put them in the oven instead of frying) make some Mexican rice and some homemade salsa with it. emoticon emoticon Keep up the good work!

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