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April 15, 2013

Monday, April 15, 2013

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    don't get discouraged. We are definitely just having to learn to deal with set-backs, one at a time. I had an issue with water retention after this weekend myself. Cut the salt, Drink plenty of water, and just be patient with yourself. You are important to ALL OF US!
    1475 days ago
    Thank you for sharing.
    1475 days ago
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    I skip the high carb low fiber meals for a day or two and lower salt favoring fruits, plain foods and the scale will snap back like a rubber band. I know it isn't fair emoticon
    I switched up my grain from morning oatmeal to afternoon oil popped corn no salt added to kick up fiber content. Both are whole grains. The oil is canola, and the pop corn generic yellow. Breakfast is low salt mix nuts & coffee the high fat and touch of protein carries me. Plus no dishes to wash for a change this Spring season at breakfast....

    anyhow that's not what I focused on viewing your vlog. I love, LOVE that idea of walking back and forth to the school. That's exactly the kind of thing the 10-minute daily fitness challenge proposes for us to do!

    emoticon emoticon because it's adding motion to ordinary life beyond the "gym"
    1475 days ago

    Comment edited on: 4/15/2013 9:39:56 AM
    It's a Monday are being so honest and that's good. You recognize that your efforts are important and sometimes we do things that don't fit with our efforts. Maybe over the weekend you had too much salt in your food choices. That can make me go up and then right back down when I get more water in. Every day is a new opportunity. I love how you are thinking about other ways to get in some walking and sharing that time with your daughter. Have a great week.
    1475 days ago
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