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Making Changes

Thursday, August 29, 2013

My life is busy. At least that has been my excuse. But I get so much motivation from reading the wonderful blogs here on SP. I have lost some weight but stalled out for a long time now. My habits of tracking my meals on SP was the first to be set aside because I was too "busy". That was also when I stopped making progress.

My exercise program has started to slide even further and my walks have gotten shorter because of the intense heat outside. Very inconsistant. So I am ready for some changes.

I decided my first change will be nutrition. I am going to try making a smoothie for breakfast. I have never really done this with lots of greens. Only fruits. Smoothies were a BIG help to me back when I was going through hot flashes and adding Tofu to a fruit smoothie every day made a world of difference. It has been called a life saver by several friends as we all seemed to reach this stage together!

But now I am wanting to do something for myself that will give me a boost and make me feel like I am trying again. So tomorrow I will go shopping. I just read a wonderful older blog by CRAFTSFAN1 on how she does preparation in advance to make her daily smoothie easy to fix. I wrote out her instructions and plan to put into use ASAP! Frozen smoothies sound wonderful to me!

Wish me luck!
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    Good plan - though I have a hard time with smoothies. However. wtg!
    1651 days ago
    Frozen smoothies for health and comfort (combating the heat).....sounds like you are heading in the right direction
    Graygranny, co-leader of The Grandmother's Fitness Club

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    1662 days ago
    Sounds like you are recommitting. Good for you. Best of everything to you with the smoothy. Sounds good to me.
    Have a great week end.
    1662 days ago
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