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Tuesday, March 19, 2013

emoticon to those who took the time to offer up some great advice on my last blog. I really do appreciate it and am trying to remember it as I wallow through the mud of the work day each day!

So, as you can see, I did lose alot of my positivity goals on Friday; but, I am pushing forward and re-setting the positivity meter in myself. Haven't hit my walking goals of 5 miles a day but have been averaging around 3.

Went grocery shopping w/ dd this weekend and we bought nothing but healthy, non processed food (well, I did get dd and hubby a few of their favorite processed foods, but very limited). WE are well stocked w/ fruits, veggies, organic chicken, organize pork tenderloin, Talapia, Shrimp, and nuts/dried fruits. Ok, I did go WAAAAYY overboard on the healthy food and my grocery bill ($260) showed it! Normally I only spend around $150. YIKES! Guess we'll be eating good for two weeks before I need to really shop again. LOL! Of course, I'll have to re-stock fruits, veggies, coconut milk, regular 2% milk; but, that should be about it.

Before grocery shopping, dd and I had a great time at GoodWill shopping for sweaters and shirts for both of us. We managed to get 18 very nice items for under $60. Averaged out to around $3.34 an item. Not too shabby!

Today it is snowing like crazy here in NH. Everything is closed so I get to play in the snow a bit. I'm going to spend some time snowshoeing out back in the woods for awhile. Once I've warmed up from that, hubby will be awake and I am going to Do The fit test and Day 2 of Insanity. Time for my restart!

Hope you all have a great day!
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    You seem to be having a better day! I'm happy for that.
    1801 days ago
    you are doing great keep up the good work and have a great day
    1801 days ago
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