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Maybe Now I Can Get Back on Track!!!

Saturday, May 18, 2013

It has been a very stressful past 2 weeks. My newest grandson decided to make an early entrance at 35 weeks. Have spent the last 2 weeks going to work (2 jobs) and driving back and forth to the hospital to visit mom and baby who was in NICU. Happy to say that they both finally got to come home this week and are doing much better. Lane, the new baby is still very small but progressing nicely. Mom is doing better too. I hope now that this is all behind us I will be able to focus again on my weight. I did not gain anything, but I did not lose anything and was unable to work out like I wanted.
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    That small maintenance period I feel sometimes does me more good when I go through them than when I lose consistently. Mainly because I feel it gives my body some time adjust to the changes prior to the short term maintenance, boosting my metabolism, as well as slight tightening of the skin. :)

    So don't feel too bad. Enjoy your new grandson! Congrats!
    1753 days ago
    emoticon on your new grand baby! You have done a emoticon job of staying on top of your nutrition and maintaining your weight at this stressful time. It's evident that its very important to you to get back into your fitness and with that attitude those pounds don't stand a chance! Go for it !
    IKacey co-leader of the Grandmothers Fitness Club
    1756 days ago
    emoticon on the new grandbaby! Good news is you did not go backwards. With that determination, watch out pounds - you will be disappearing!

    1768 days ago
  • 1EMMA2011
    Congratulations on the new Baby!! Sometimes staying right where you are on the plan is the gift.

    I can feel the energy that you are now raring to go and that inspires us!

    Thank you for your inspiration!!!

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    1768 days ago
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