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I am making progress..

Monday, April 15, 2013

I am making progress in some area in my life like I have been really really portion control on my food during the day but for some reasonsat night sometimes I get the cravings,, been eating what I am suppose to i guess its that I am either tired or bored.. been keeping up with my exercise.. been doing 11000 to15000 steps a day.. yesterday I even managed to try something new JOG.. did it for 15 mins.. proud of that.. i have not done it since childhood... but I step on the scale and have not lost an ounce.. but my clothes fit way looser..I feel more energetic during the day at night sleeping without and help of sleeping aid my water is my focus this week need to up it up .. can not seem to reach the 64 oz.. but today did 48 so far and still got the rest of the day to go.. its been 1 month since I have touched soda pops.. so I think I am doing alright .. I am making progress... emoticon
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    You are doing great! Keep it up!
    1795 days ago
    If the clothes are fitting loser that is definitely a good thing. It sounds like you have some great NSV going on over there. WOOHOO!

    Yay for no soda pop!
    1797 days ago
    you are doing awesome i would always be happier fit and healthy then skinny hugs the weight will come
    1797 days ago
    Sounds like you are doing awesome! I wouldn't pay much attention to what the scale says since your clothes are fitting better. Muscle really does weigh more than fat, so if you've been exercising a lot....well you know what I'm going to say!

    I just read a SP (I think) article today that talked about eating more protein with breakfast could keep you from snacking late in the day. Might want to give it a shot! I love Jimmy Dean Turkey Sausage Crumbles!
    1797 days ago
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