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Going raw for awhile

Friday, April 19, 2013

Since I have been on a plateau for about 18 days going back and forth between the same 1.5 lbs I have decided to change it up. Since I juiced a couple weeks ago I decided to juice and eatraw 80%-90% of the time for about 2 weeks and maybe longer if I can. I have read SO many good things about eating a raw diet. My husband follows this runner and his wife and they are fully raw. They seem to have so much energy and run quite a bit. May as well try it. :) If I can't do it then I can say I tried it! Pinterest helps a TON when it comes to this because there are so many recipes out there to try. Almost ALL of them look super yummy. :)

Yesterday it was about 80 degrees so hubby and I took our daughter to the park. Wow I am so incredibly happy it is starting to stay nice. We just played in the field and soaked up the sun. We all had so much fun! I tried to give Paige my sunglasses. She wouldn't leave them on long enough to take a good pic. lol She kept trying to stick them on my face. It was so cute. :) This summer is going to be awesome!

I have 4 weeks left in this weight loss competition (winner takes $1,280!). I am currently in 12th place of 28. Not bad but I think that I can step it up. If not, I will have still lost a ton of weight which I am super grateful for. It is definitely a motivator. :)

Well off to work the last of my OT for the week. Man am I exhausted! I still made it to the gym the past 4 days! I can't believe I am still going. lol Usually I would have given up by now. YAY!

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NELLJONES 4/19/2013 9:09AM

    Going raw will be easier in another month or two when the bounty of the farms comes to market.

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