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Good Choices

Tuesday, January 29, 2013

I am on board this week! I had a big drop at Weight Watchers last Thursday and it carried me through a successful weekend. My weekends are usually awful. That's the only time I see my boyfriend so food and activity goals are thrown to the wayside. I made some conscious good decisions this week while enjoying his company. I've kept my hands busy (Mario Kart, anyone?) instead of filling them with things to put in my mouth. Some of my proudest moments from the weekend:

Friday night I went to the gym. I never work out on Friday nights. I usually come home from work, dead exhausted, and flop on the couch. I loved my Friday night workout! The gym was virtually empty and I was able to try out some new exercises without looking like a doofus in front of a big audience. I'm planning on another Friday night workout this week.

Saturday I had dinner with my boyfriend's family. They were ordering takeout and I chose a grilled chicken sandwich - with no sides! Te sandwich was wonderful and I was full afterwards. I recognize I needed veggies or fruit, but I was not about to raid my boyfriend's parent's fridge. I would like to be invited over again.

Sunday my boyfriend and I had a half hour for lunch before a quarter auction. He wanted A&W so I chose a plain hamburger (pickles of course) - that's it, once again! No fries entered my mouth this weekend! Te burger was 10 points, but that was better than the 20 I would have spent with fries.

I'm looking forward to another successful week! Especially since I started it off with an outdoors run in shorts and a tshirt!
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    You are planning very well and this sounds like a fun weekend...maybe you could just plan to bring some pieces of fruit with is very portable.
    1779 days ago
    Mario Kart is a great distraction!
    1782 days ago
    Yay! emoticon emoticon emoticon
    1782 days ago
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