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still struggling..but doing a li'l better...kinda

Monday, March 04, 2013

Yup, I'm still not 100%. It makes me think of Mr Miyagi on the original Karate Kid.
"Karate, Yes...Karate, No...Karate in the get squashed like grape"

that's me. I do some of my Jenny's but do a li'l of my dd's magical cooking...sneak in some Chinese food...and am a yo-yo.

Actually, I have not looked at the scale at my Jenny's weigh in this year. My consultant and I decided to have me go by the other things than a number. But I'm still a yo-yo.

But last night, dd made a bacon fettucine...I ate my Jenny's chicken fettucine. Since the biggest temptation is her cooking, I gotta make that choice to go for Jenny's...cuz it really isn't about the food, its about family. soooooooo, gotta change my focus.

I also have not exercised in over a week, and I am feeling it. Yes, the schedule has been rough, work is busy...still not fully caught up with all my 2012 stuff. (the books are done, now its switching the filing). ANYways, just feel behind and ya'll know the stress that adds.

so, focus, plan....and do you eat an elephant? One bite at a time.

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2HAMSDIET 3/5/2013 8:57AM

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JANEMARIE77 3/4/2013 5:37PM

    emoticon emoticon make a plan if we find it important we fine a way if not we find an excuse look for reason to instead of excuses not to those are three of my favorite quotes emoticon

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LADYJ6942 3/4/2013 1:27PM

    None of us are 100% and that is a-okay. Each meal, each day is a choice and you are making progress by making good choices as often as possible. Bad choices teach us lessons that are sometimes heard to but we must learn to grow and change.

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