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    KRISTALD76   10,028
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Damage control plan...

Saturday, January 12, 2013

I know I'm gaining and it needs to stop. I don't know how much cause I don't own a scale anymore but I can see it and that's much worse than the number! It's depressing especially since it took a very rough period of about 2 months to finally lose what I did.

I just started working with the State of Texas (still smiling big) and they are sending me to training. I'll be gone 4-5 weeks, home 2, gone 2, home 2, gone 4, home 2, gone 2...and home on weekends and holidays. While gone I'll be staying in a nice hotel with an indoor pool and workout room. That's the start of my plan. Training during the day then 1-2 hours fitness after before some good sleep! Of course I have to fit in eating with the class peeps so I'll choose food as healthy as possible and keep fruits and veggies in my room. I already drink a lot of water, no sodas and I don't eat junk normally. My food issue is getting enough cals without going over on fat as well as getting more fruit/veggies in. So I am figuring spring is going to be my independence all about me bootcamp. Afterall, who wants to stay cooped up in a hotel room?

Off to change into my fat pants.

Member Comments About This Blog Post:
ANDYINBC 1/14/2013 9:33AM

    You can do it! Sounds like being away may be a prescription to get on track and stay on track.

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MEDDYPEDDY 1/13/2013 1:49AM

    emoticon for you choosing an active plan for that training perioda. I find it most difficult to stay on track when I am at home and donīt have to do anything.

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LYNMEINDERS 1/12/2013 9:50PM

    woohoo..great opportunitiy your new job is giving you....yoy..
You will do wellland stay with your plan

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ARUSHING2 1/12/2013 8:21PM

  Congratulations regarding the new employment.
Hope that you will manage to get back on track right away.
I can identify with your situation.

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