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Slowly getting back on track

Saturday, September 07, 2013

Well, school started this week. I can definitely say my class is a lot better than last year's class. Hopefully, that continues throughout the year.
My son started kindergarten, and I managed to hold the tears until I got back in the car. He did very well, and he loves his teacher. Of course she did mention that he does talk a lot. Yeah, I knew that was coming!

I've met some of my goals this week, I exercised every day. Sometimes it was 20 minutes one my mini stepper, some days it was zumba. I've also managed to drink 1 gallon of water a day. I thought it would be hard since I can't go and use the bathroom when I need to, I have to wait for my lunch and prep. But, it wasn't too hard.

My eating has been good. I am keeping my food journal. I am finding it hard to track on Spark because I am not allowed to use my computer at work for nonwork related stuff, and then I forget to do it on my phone. But, I am still tracking in my food journal.

I am addicted to cool whip and PB2. It tastes just like peanut butter ice cream! 4 tablespoons of cool whip and one teaspoon of pB2 comes out to about 48 calories!

When I stepped on the scale this morning, I was down 1 pound. I was hoping for more, but I will keep at it!

Here's to the return of fall weather and pumpkin stuff!

Member Comments About This Blog Post:
CAPECODBABE 9/8/2013 8:30AM

    emoticon on losing a pound!

I've been seeing all the pumpkins and Halloween decorations already
it's only September emoticon emoticon

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JUST_BRENDA 9/8/2013 8:22AM

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FRENCHSEAMS 9/7/2013 11:58AM

    here here to the return of fall! I hope your son has a fantastic year.

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SNS1968 9/7/2013 8:30AM


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