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Biggest Loser Challenge Day 1

Friday, February 01, 2013

So today is the first day of my biggest loser challenge and I am feeling confident. My current weight is 222 and I am hoping to get down to 200 by the end of this challenge.

I am glad to start this challenge because I think it will keep me motivated to eat more fruits and veggies and work out. Last month I focused on not having NO JUNK FOOD for 21 days but I can honestly say I don't crave french fries now.

I am hoping that after this challenge I can crave salads and fruits and veggies, that would be ideal. I am wanting to try baked cauliflower tonight and over the weekend mashed cauliflower thanks to my friend ARIABOO10. She is the one who gave me the recipe.

Well I feel like I rambled on.. was never good at these things.... but glad I have something I can look back over once I am done.
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  • MOMTOCONNOR2003
    I went to the grocery store this morning and picked up a few new things. I picked up some fresh flounder so I am going to research some recipes and see some ways to cook it. My kids will eat fish if it does not taste to fishy so i am going to see what I can do. I normally eat alot of chicken and turkey so I am going to try to add more seafood into our diets. I love seafood I just normally never cook it.

    Blogging comes easier with time. I write mine like a dear diary. Whatever I am thinking at the time. Normally about diet and my scale but sometimes event and what is going on with the kids. It is fun to go back and see what you where thinking one year ago. Trust me I have years worth of blogs.
    1332 days ago
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  • JOHNMARTINMILES
    Cauliflower is a great substitute for a lot of stuff

    Keep On Keepin' On and

    Make Today a Great Day!
    1332 days ago
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