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Friday, January 25, 2013

I lost half a pound this week. Seriously? I know exactly why it was only half a pound. I will keep that nonsense to myself.

Yesterday was a good day, my daughter and I shopped for my son's birthday presents. IT RAINED IN PHOENIX. I did get slightly irritated at the parents in my sons classroom and his teacher. I am not letting that bug me!

Goals yesterday:
Did I make healthy food choices? Yes...dinner was not grand but I limited my food intake while there and prepped myself during the day for it. So I barely went over my sodium and everything else was dead on.
Was I physically active? You bet! Went for my early morning jog and then played around on the Wii Fit.
Did I feel/act motivated? I had some struggles but 90% of the day yes.
Did I stick to the program? As always, yes!

My family and I just got a gym membership last night (going in today to get our picture taken). I am very excited to be able to work out everyday and have someone to watch my toddler. It was getting difficult to workout in the morning. She is an early bird who likes to wake up around 6 and only wants Mommy. Crazy kid.

Hope everyone has a great day!
Much love!
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    Keep it up! You'll get your goals met in no time!
    1879 days ago
    HEy there! I know exactly what you mean....with out even saying it. I actually didn't gain this time around so really - it means I probably lost a pound or two!
    Anyway, hope you have a great day and that your son's bday is a happy one! Keep it up emoticon emoticon
    1880 days ago
    Sounds like you are tracking your goals and sticking to them well. It's good that you have noticed other benefits to your healthy lifestyle than weight loss :) I am still learning to do that. Thanks for the inspiration!
    1880 days ago
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