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One week gone by . . .

Sunday, March 10, 2013

So it has now been a week since I started watching what I eat on my so called "chemical diet". (I call it that because I am eating "TV dinners" for all my meals for the convenience of calorie counting . . everyone knows those things are not made from natural stuff emoticon )

When I started this, I was at 333 pounds. Had I been smart, I probably would have taken a picture of the scale at that time. But to be honest, I was not very happy about it, and was more upset/embarrassed by that weight - which is what prompted me to do something about it.

Well after one week, I can reveal what the scale said this morning:

So there has been some progress. I will keep this up for another week and see what happens. I really only plan on 3 to 4 pounds a week. But I am not complaining if a bit more were to drop off. emoticon

I believe I will also start taking pics of myself too. This way maybe I can have a visual of change. I do realize it will probably take a month at least for any real noticeable change to occur (at least to my eyes). We will see how I feel about that in the coming days.

Anyways . . that is all for now.

till next post!



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MSGO72 3/10/2013 6:50PM


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FINDINGMYSELF24 3/10/2013 6:36PM

    Wow! Great job. Be careful with those TV dinners it might make calorie counting easier but it is full of sodium and other "chemicals" that can be detrimental to your health. Also, I would encourage you to take progress pictures... I started doing this and am so happy that I did. To see where you came from is the best pick me up when you are feeling down.

So happy for you!

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GAGBONA 3/10/2013 6:35PM

  Congrats! I am so happy for you! Good job emoticon

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