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CUPKAKE137
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So Close!

Sunday, February 10, 2013

So today is weigh in day and I really wanted to be in one-derland. Didn't make it but am close (201). This is around the point where things changed for me last time I was on spark people. Last time I had a really bad week of no energy to do anything then I had a lot of family issues going on plus I started dating my boyfriend. So my weight loss goals had gotten side tracked. This time I am not allowing that to happen. I am so close and I really wanted to be in one-derland for Valentines day. That was the goal I set. Well I am close and I can't allow myself to check the scale again until Sunday. I am trying not to be obsessed with the numbers I see on it but it is hard when I am this close to a goal!

This week is jam packed. Off tomorrow going out with my aunt for a bit, getting a longer workout in since I haven't done one since Friday and I am off and there is no excuse not to do it... then all day packing for the move in a week. Hoping to get a lot of it done then so it won't be so crazy the rest of the week. The bf has overtime at work and is working at both jobs until Thursday and I can't have all the packing being done that late so its being put on me. We sign our lease on Saturday then we are going snow tubing that night and Sunday we are moving in so I hope I am in one-derland for our move it would make it that much sweeter. :)
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  • GNISULA
    You can do it! Go go go!
    If I was that close I'd probably just treadmill until I got there lol.
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    1323 days ago
  • LYNNA1968
    good luck, don't forget to count the packing as exercise! Lots of squatting and reaching, stretching...whew getting tired just thinking about it. LOL congrats on what you've done so far
    1323 days ago
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