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STARR3575
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MIA but still working on my goals

Friday, May 17, 2013

I know it has been a while since I have been on here. I will say that life has kept me busy with my new schedules at work and home. With that said though I am proud to say that I have maintained eating my 5 fruits and veggies and working out 5 times a week. I am also still eating vegan 5 times a week with occasions where it is 6 times. This may not be "perfect" but it is what works for me. I know that in time it will change because I know that I feel so much better without the dairy. I have been debating on giving myself my own challenge of doing The Firm dvds for 2 weeks straight. That would be a total of 10 workouts by them. I would give myself 2 days off for recovery. I will plan on starting this on Sunday. Also my work schedule is getting pretty full with little down time. So that means that I need to find healthy already made snacks that I can have. Right now I have been bringing oranges but unfortunately I haven't been peeling them ahead of time that at times means they aren't eaten. Anyway, that's where I am at.

Hugs, Lorie
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  • v LOSINGLINNDY
    I am happy that you have blogged to let us know how you are doing. Sounds like you are right on track. emoticon
    1169 days ago
  • v JINLYNN
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    1170 days ago
  • v PEG2584
    Some other suggestions might be:
    - those little bags of cut apples or baby carrots
    - a bag of dry roasted almonds handy and then just count out as many as your want.
    - 100 calorie packets of crackers (or package your own) and the single serving packets of peanut butter
    1170 days ago
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