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Sunday, March 31, 2013

Thanks to my handy-dandy sticker chart (courtesy of Morgan - best idea ever!!) I have been working out for 4 straight weeks in a row. Most of my workouts are using my walking DVDs and I love them. Yes, I work out daily but some of them are little 20 minute things just to get up and moving. I am not doing hard core exercise everyday so its not like I really need a rest day. The food on the other hand, even though I am tracking it all, can be better. But I am very proud of myself for being consistent with the exercise! Now that I have that down, I can focus on the food. I have been tracking it all but may days my number goes in the red zone (I use MyFitnessPal app) and that I need to change. I am going to make April a month of losing! It is time to get back to weekly losses!! emoticon emoticon
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  • AWOLF24
    WOOHOO yea!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    1810 days ago
    Awesome! You and Morgan are such great motivators for each other. Would you be willing to share a picture of the sticker chart you are using? I think I need something like that...
    1813 days ago
    Way to Go!
    1816 days ago
    A 4 week streak is very impressive! emoticon
    1816 days ago
    Great job! Keep it up. I am working on the opposite, get this nutriton back on track then get back on the exercise train!
    We can do it!
    1817 days ago
    I'm SO glad the sticker chart is still working! I've re-vamped mine for April. So proud of you for the workout streak! Even my most hardcore plans have a rest day as "active rest day", so you're doing the right thing! Go you rock star.
    1817 days ago
    Taking it one step at a time can lead to good habits. Keep it going! I need to start working out every day and kick my nighttime sugar habit.
    1817 days ago
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