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Wednesday, August 28, 2013

Well....I did horrible today with eating. I didn't get my breakfast because my supervisor came in. If she is going to do it a lot I will have to change my breakfast time. Scarfed a biscuit washed down with caramel creamer in between classes. Sad part is, I don't like coffee. I'm drinking it because of stress in my life. Not good and I am the one filling my cup so I should be the one NOT filling my cup. The salad at lunch wasn't bad except for my dressing. I plan on fixing that as soon as hubby gets paid. Supper? So not good and the only person to blame is myself.

However I did get off my rumpus and completed the first class from my new Zumba Core game. It was hard and there was a ton of jiggling. I was amazed at how much I had lost (fitness-wise) and how much jiggling I had gained. I so did not want to work out, but I did it and I have no one else to thank except for me. While I have to take responsibility for the bad choices I made today, I can also be proud of the (although few) good choices I made today.


Member Comments About This Blog Post:
LOFLLAMA 8/30/2013 8:54AM

  Well, YEA!!!! I'll be darned....that sounds very familiar!!! I am so proud of you recognizing your GOOD things too!!!! I love you!

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WALNUTT1961 8/29/2013 6:16PM

    emoticon Hang in there!

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GRYPHONBABE 8/29/2013 6:15PM

  What is awesome is that you are owning it. One bad day is not a habit. You will do better tomorrow and figure out how to eat a good breakfast in spite of the supervisor! Is she nice? or is she mean? Keep blogging! And remember, we are there for you!

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KTACKEBE 8/29/2013 1:48AM

    Small steps are better than no steps!

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DEEEBEE 8/29/2013 12:17AM

    It's about baby steps and small changes every so often, sort of a nip and tuck lifestyle change. If you go slow, you won't get overwhelmed or expect too much and can acclimate yourself to less food/more exercise. Nobody said this was easy...just doable. Best to you!

DeAnne, Missourians Team

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TRACYDH 8/28/2013 10:01PM

    some tough challenges today. you are doing recognizing the triggers, and you know you need to plan a bit differently to meet them.
Doesn't that feel like a huge victory in itself? I think it is :)

And you got the exercise in! yay you!

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ANOBODYSLOVE 8/28/2013 9:44PM

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MYBULLDOGS 8/28/2013 9:42PM


my sister lost 105 pounds walking 15000 steps a day at age 64.

i lost 44 pounds by giving up sugar and grain products at age 61.


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