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Friday, February 01, 2013

There's just something about that Journey song that gets me up and smiling :)

That needs to be my theme song this month because I find it so easy to give up on myself and listen to all the other negative voices. I haven't posted anything in January unfortunately so I'll do a quick recap.

School started the second week and January and I find myself getting so stressed because of it. Money and time mainly. When I'm stressed I eat and when I stress eat, I eat donuts and rolls. Yikes! I ate a lot of rolls last month.

I got a new scale and it reads about 5 pounds higher than my old scale so that is depressing but the higher the number, the larger the weight loss right.

I've been getting better at working out consistently and getting up early to do so. I'm finally at that point where I want to get up and work out when it's time to get up.

I'm slowly cutting out Dairy as I think I may be intolerant to it, and it is recommended for DDP. The hardest part is the cheese. But in all actuality, i don't really miss it when I remember to leave it off my sandwiches.

We got lots of new members last month in the DDP Yoga Group so very excited about that!

I read over my goals from my last post and thought they were pretty good! Too bad I didn't reread them and stick to them. Haha! I think I shall print them out so I can see them every day.

Goals for February:
DDP Yoga 3x a week
Get my Tax Return and pay a large chunk of credit cards. Yay!!
Work on 2 habits of housework...dishes and 8 minutes
Be more active on Spark!

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    You go girl. You are making some progress. You are stopping with a 5 lb gain instead of waiting until 10. You have set new goals and YOU CAN DO IT. Keep those goals in front of you and you will see success before you know it.
    1846 days ago
    1846 days ago
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