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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.
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    You can do it! Sounds like being away may be a prescription to get on track and stay on track.
    1382 days ago
    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.
    1383 days ago
    woohoo..great opportunitiy your new job is giving you....yoy..
    You will do wellland stay with your plan
    1383 days ago
    Congratulations regarding the new employment.
    Hope that you will manage to get back on track right away.
    I can identify with your situation.
    1383 days ago
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