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All in All, not bad

Friday, June 07, 2013

In my son's competitive swimming, when you remain within 10% of your most recent personal best time, you are doing just fine.

With that in mind, just how could I be upset with a 1lb upward blip to 160 from my recent break into the 150's? I am not upset because I made good choices in an action packed week. My schedule was/is so thrown off by having all 4 kids back home and the 2 oldest home from school and not working as of yet. The kitchen is like "rolling admissions." Food is out or being prepared all day long. So - a bit of too much snacking combined with a fabulous post golf luncheon and a lack of exercise due to a silly injury all added up to 1 pound gain.

To use a golfing term: That's a chip shot! I'll being seeing the 150's again very soon. My alcohol free goals are keeping me accountable and I am enjoying the increased energy.

Bring on the weekend.

Prom night for daughter tonight - prayers for all prom goers this season that they all return home safely.

Member Comments About This Blog Post:
FITMARY 6/8/2013 6:53AM

    Stay strong and enjoy the "chaos" of having all the kids home!

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IAMBIZI 6/7/2013 2:03PM

    don't be too hard on yourself. try to keep only healthy foods in the house to feed your family it will do everyone good....bizi

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CAPECODBABE 6/7/2013 1:27PM

    You're doing great.

One pound is nothing. You could be surprised and be down two next time you step on the scale.

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MIRAGE727 6/7/2013 1:16PM

    Good job! Stay strong, focused and embrace the lifestyle!
Keep 'em in the fairway!

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