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What's Up With Miss B? - Week 112

Friday, May 10, 2013

Hey SparkBuddies,

I will not be weighing in until 5/31 so that I can focus on others aspects of my weigh loss journey. So far, I've got 469 fitness minutes under my belt and I am extremely proud of that. How I've managed to fit it in being in 3 shows (now 2, thank goodness) at once, I'll never know. I haven't been blogging as much lately because I've been journaling which I find helps me a bit more and gives me that aloneness I need.

emoticonBread Experiment = So far, so good. I've had a couple of slip ups, but overall I've done fairly well.

emoticonNutrition = This past weekend was a mixture of bad and good. I did my best not to overeat, but I did anyway. I've got to get a hold of my nutrition, it's absolutely ridiculous. I already know that I'm eating emotionally, but I'm doing the best I can to deal with it. Restriction is just not something I can do emotionally right now unfortunately.

emoticonWater Intake = Excellent.

emoticonExercise = Excellent. LOVE being able to say that.

emoticonClothing Fit, Inches Lost = 12s are still fitting nicely.

emoticonStress Level = Through the roof. Too much going on and not enough time in the world. June can't come soon enough.

emoticonWeekend Plans = Shows and Rehearsals. No time to do anything else. At least it's what I love to do.

emoticonNSVs:
1). I'm able to keep up the momentum in my various classes which feels great. Before, I'd get so tired and would have to stop while the rest of the class kept going. Not so much anymore! My goal is go through an entire class without stopping.

emoticon4th weekend of shows coming up, wish us luck! emoticon

Romans 8: 7 "I consider that our present sufferings are not worth comparing with the glory that will be revealed in us."
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  • v NIKKICOLE83
    I think journaling is better for you because it allows you to meditate and think through your thought more than blogging does. Don't get me wrong, we still want you to blog, but journaling is a great alternative.

    1142 days ago
  • v CIRANDELLA
    You're doing an admirably careful job of closely monitoring yourself, MISSB - and that's bringing lots and lots of self-awareness and insight into your progress, which cannot HELP but keep furthering you along - YEAH!!! emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon (Do you sense a small ticker-tape parade taking place for you here at our house on the East Coast? Well, now you KNOW! :)

    I don't know where you find the energy, but I do know that it takes energy, planning, and a healthy, strong will to channel it and achieve your goals...and YOU are doing it!!! Congratulations!!! - Susan emoticon
    1142 days ago
  • v HOLLYS_NEW_LIFE
    Hang in there girly, you can do this. emoticon emoticon
    1143 days ago
  • v LEWILL1982
    You've got it together for the stress you are under, great job and good luck with those shows this weekend!
    1143 days ago
  • v SUGAR0814
    Slow and steady! You are doing a great job! Have a fun & safe weekend! emoticon
    1143 days ago
  • v MERRY_XMAS
    You are doing great!!!
    Being able to stay focused during such a stressful time is also a great NSV!

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    1143 days ago
  • v SUNSET09
    Being accountable for yourself is an accomplishment of it's own. Keep up the good work and good luck and Godspeed during your great performances! Do not grow weary in well doing! emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon
    1143 days ago
  • v STEFIGURL
    So great to hear someone OWN their successes and their 'not so much's'...lolol. You're a star, Miss B!

    love you,
    stephi
    1143 days ago
  • v RUNNER4LYFE
    Sounds like a good week, hunny. Keep up all the hard work! I love you! emoticon B
    1143 days ago
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