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Two weeks and two pounds

Wednesday, June 26, 2013


I am two weeks from my vacation. I have two more pounds to lose. I hope I can stay the same on the ship. I know how many calories and food choices there are. This is my ninth cruise. So, I will try to eat right and exercise these last two weeks so I can be down ten pounds since I started BLC. I then hope that with wise choices on the ship and much exercise from the excursions that I will stay the same during those two weeks. I also plan to use the gym on the ship when I have free time.

My next goal will be to lose another ten pounds when I return from my trip. So you see how important it is for me to stay the same while on the ship.

Wish me luck!

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    You can do it! You are sticking to your program and making progress! Just keep it up!
    1698 days ago
  • SINGER73
    Good luck. I gained 2lbs less then I did on my first cruise. If you stick to your plan and know that life doesn't revolve around food, then you should be just fine.
    1699 days ago
    Enjoy the cruise and stay focused as you the one in control.
    have fun
    1699 days ago
    Good luck!!! I now have become very focused. My husband has vacation time for a month and we have been going on day cruises and such. Discovered they want to feed you all the time!!! I don't like what the scale is telling me--up 3 lbs.!!! Hopefully,it is water retention. I know I have gone over my calorie line,but only by 100/200 calories.
    I think you will do just fine if you make wise food choices and keep with your exercise--I think that is my downfall. Since my husband is home,I'm not sticking to my workout routine. Not his fault,mine :0(
    Have a wonderful time on your vacation!!!
    1699 days ago
  • ALICIA214

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    Have a good cruise emoticon
    1699 days ago
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