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Monday-Go Me!!

Monday, August 26, 2013

Well, I stayed in my calorie range...that was until I worked out. I didn't go as strong as I wanted, but...
-1) I got my hiney off the couch and lifted some weights to work my arms and shoulders
-2) I said no when my honey walked to the gas station for a snack. I got my arm workout in before he got back!!!!

I am feeling really good about today. I did drink some water but didn't track that. I made some good food choices and made my lunch for tomorrow. Now, I need to sleep so that I can get up tomorrow and attack the day. That is one area I struggle....I almost always feel tired in the morning so I never want to get up. Another tough area is the time right after school and when I'm fixing dinner. I just want to snack from 3:30 until supper. That is so not good.

Well, one successful day done. :)
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  • v IMAVISION
    I, too, have struggled with the late afternoon urge to nibble. I have learned that to cut an apple in slices & then eat them slowly takes the edge off that urge.

    God bless!
    1091 days ago
  • v LOFLLAMA
    YEA!
    1091 days ago
  • v GRYPHONBABE
    I know what you mean about mornings. i always make sure my breakfast is something pre-made (hummus, cottage cheese, etc.), so that I don't have to cook in the mornings. Good for you for preparing your lunch ahead of time. That kind of planning will get you where you want to be!
    1094 days ago
  • v DEEEBEE
    Keep on doing what you're doing, and your habits will gradually change for the better, and you will feel better. It does get easier. DH brings goo home all the time, and it is a lot easier to avoid it now. Just look at the ingredients on the package. Do we even know what we're eating?

    DeAnne, Missourians Team
    1095 days ago
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