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Lost track of what day this is...

Saturday, February 09, 2013

...and I think that is a good thing! I have my moments of doubt, sometimes every day, but then I refocus and try to stay positive.

This morning I was feeling a little better than yesterday, although I've had a tension headache since last weekend and that didn't totally go away today. I wasn't as productive as I was last weekend, and I had to fight my desire to lounge around and watch tv all day. I still haven't gotten my homework done, but the kitchen looks good, my spare room/office looks good and I spent a couple hours at the gym. I walked on the treadmill for an hour and walked three miles. Then I used the recumbent bike to work out for another 45 minutes. It felt good, and I could have stayed longer. I love that there aren't as many people at the gym on the weekends and that I didn't have any deadlines to hurry home for either.

Tomorrow is my day of chores and homework. Wish me luck. And I managed to not get on the scale again today. I wanted to so badly. I was at the gym and thought about just finding out how I've been doing, but at the same time, I wanted to hold myself accountable to the goal that I set earlier this week: only weighing myself on Sunday. So something to be proud of again today!
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    Hi... Congrats on your work out. And also, congratulations for committing to your goal about the scale. I know it's hard... But it is healthier emoticon .
    1349 days ago
  • DALID414
    I like empty gyms, too. Glad you won the fight against yourself in finding a scale. I wouldn't trust the gym scale anyways.
    1350 days ago
    Great job on your workout!!

    Good luck accomplishing all you set out to do!
    1350 days ago
    Have a great weekend!
    1350 days ago
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