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BLC22: Week 5 PAWSE, July 3

Friday, July 05, 2013

So, I didn't get this posted on time, but better late than never, right?

I had a very good week 4. The scale didn't do anything spectacular, a loss of 1 pound. But I feel really good about how focused I was and all that I accomplished.

My goals for last week were:
1. To do week 3 of the C25K program. DONE!! I finished week 3 and ended it feeling really good about my progress.

2. To do ST 3 days during the week. DONE!! I actually did ST on 5 days...partly thanks to the weekend challenge, but done none the less.

3. To clean out the food cabinets. Uhm, NOT DONE!! I'm not sure why I didn't get this done, but for whatever reason, it's still not done.

My scale goal was 1.5 pounds. I missed this by a little, but still had a loss of a pound, so I'm not complaining.

Next week's goals:

1. To continue with week 4 of the C25K program. I've already started the week and so far, so good.

2. To do ST 3 days this week.

3. To stay on track and focused. It's a crazy work week and holiday week, so I am just going to concentrate on NOT falling off the wagon. Sometimes, we have to just focus on NOT messing up and that's where I am this week. Even if I don't make any progress forward, at the end of this week, if I can just maintain my weight and habits it will be a successful week.

4. To get my PAWSE blog posted on time next week!

My scale goal is simply to maintain.
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  • v CM_GARDNER78
    Oh.........this should have been my focus this week! I have had such a hairy week - just trying to NOT mess up would have been a valiant goal!! Sounds like you are sticking with it and doing a great job! Great goals too!! :-) Keep working it!!
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