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Starting with a clean slate...

Monday, April 01, 2013

March was NOT a good month. I only ended up working out 7 days all month! ARGH!!! Could it get any worse??? I'm determined to make April 100% better.

I am still struggling with my insomnia, but I'm hoping that some exercise, along with the sleeping pills, will get me on the right track. I also found out that my thyroid is a little out of wack. So I'm taking something for that now. She said it is only slightly messed up and she thinks it might be because of the lack of sleep. So maybe getting that taken care of will help too:-)

I did lose a few pounds in March. Not a lot, but it does feel good to see my weight moving in the right direction again. And at least I can see that I'm still capable of losing, in spite of my slow metabolism emoticon

Looking forward to seeing what I can get done this month. Bathing suit season is coming! emoticon
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    Seven days is better than zero days, and yes if the scale is going down that is a VERY good thing!

    1751 days ago
  • FIT4MEIN2013
    Yes, it could have been worse, you could have not worked out at all! As it was, you worked out 25% of the time. What was it before starting SP?

    Ok, step it up this month. Great re-evaluation. Get going again. emoticon
    1752 days ago
  • 68ANNE
    You will do it, make the move
    1752 days ago
  • 2BEHEALTHY2014
    March wasn't a good month forme either. Let's make April a great month!
    1752 days ago
    emoticon emoticon keep up the great attitude and work - emoticon
    1752 days ago
    I'm with you on making April a better month. Being able to get outside more will help.
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    1752 days ago
    Yes I'll join in on making this month count with you. I have a sleeping disorder but rather than go on sleeping pills like ambien my Dr gave me a antidepressant that acts like a sleeping pill if taken at night, I'm not depressed, they are not habit forming and can be taken long term if needed, with no side effects. It's called Trazadone and 25-50 mg
    should be enough, they come as high as 150mg but that's if you've built a tolerance over many years of use and with my insurance my copay is only $10. emoticon
    It looks like you've been at your goal weight before as have I, I'm so sick of not being able to get into my clothes, I wear the same few things everyday. I gained my weight so suddenly that one day I could wear stuff the next day I couldn't, my downfall was alcohol, I was literally gaining almost a pound a day before I stopped at 40 lbs.

    So here we go.... emoticon emoticon emoticon Robin
    1752 days ago
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