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Long time gone, and many pounds put on.

Monday, January 21, 2013

I have recently began changing back to my healthier habits and adding more fruits into my meals.. Day 4 of logging food and it is going well. The last two days, I have gone over in calories, but not others categories. I am in the process of painting, staging, cleaning and landscaping my house in order for it to sell. We are getting ready to PCS just not sure where so we have to move to. So, since my husband is deployed, i am doing this all on my own, WITH two kids lol The last four days have been exhausting. But on Wednesday, the real estate agent will be taking pictures and putting up for sale signs. I am more hungry since I assume, I am burning more calories, but I am making sure I eat the right foods. I have not started exercising yet due to this house needing my attention. Once I can rest easy, I will be joining my old gym here in Columbus. I will do what it takes for me to get healthy. I have official been smoke free since June 2012. After years of struggling, the longest i ever made was one year quit. But this time i quit for the right reasons. But this small blog will end day 4 of my journal to a healthy me, whom will be with me for the rest of my life..
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READY2BFIT2009 1/21/2013 11:59PM

    Wow I wasn't expecting any responses! I am very thankful for your responses and encouragements. I pretty much stay to myself, and when I did smoke i was always by myself. I smoked a pack a day because I was bored and hungry or so I believed. But now I'm good to go. I can be around it and it not bother me. I also quit drinking all alcoholic beverages in September so that saves some calories and speeds up my getting healthy process. My reasons for quitting was first and foremost for myself. My health is important because if I died due to smoking related issues, my children would be motherless. Second reason, my children are my world. Those were my two reasons. :) thank you both again for those uplifting comments :)

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MOUNTAINS2CLIMB 1/21/2013 11:07PM

    Congratulations on being smoke free -- and for the positive steps you are taking for your health!

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NGREGOR 1/21/2013 9:11PM

  You sure sound like you are READY2BFIT. Congratulations. Getting a house ready to be sold and packing up everything by yourself is a challenge. Don't forget all of your family documents like school reports, medical records, auto info, bank and credit card records and whatever documentation you'll need for income tax.

It is wonderful that you have quit smoking for whatever your right reasons are. (For me it was the cost and children.) When I smoked it seemed everyone smoked and I was the only one no longer smoking. When I moved, I found no one I became acquainted with smoked and only 1 person I worked with smoked. I hope you move into a smokeless environment so you can continue keep on your healthy path.
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