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Tracking update.

Monday, October 07, 2013

Well I only tracked one day. And not completely. But by 10am I had filled up half a sheet tracking every little morsel that I had put in my mouth - including two or three table spoons of chocolate icing lol (Brutal honesty is BRUTAL). And I understand now why I am how I am. Why I'm gaining. I know you can't out-exercise a bad diet and I'm living proof! I'm going to try really hard to keep better track of it all and learn to tell myself no. How can you get to a quarter century old and still have no self-control? Crazy.

In other news, I've gained a pound and half but I'm hoping with my new realization I can use it to my benefit and get those sneaky pounds out of here. I had a good run today and hopefully by the end of October my Y membership card will be nearly on fire from all of the use. I'm getting over a cold and a chaotic weekend, so this week can be new beginnings from me.

And my spark page is driving me nuts, I'm going to redo it.
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    I started tracking my food yesterday (Sunday, Oct. 6th). Today at work I had a microwave meal at lunch and after logging in the sodium and fat content from that, now I know I can't eat out of a microwave at work. At home I can cook my own meals and do fine but at work I want to grab something quick and easy and chow down.
    1567 days ago
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    HIII it is so mind boggling when you track sometimes isn't it? but at least you know what is going on. That is how I am feeling with the exercise. Overall my eating on average isn't horrible! But I am not moving like I used to and still eating the calories I used to because I was scared of being hungry. NOT ANY MORE. I am going to move more and eat better and I am so excited. We can do this!! You go girl. ps I hope you feel better
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    1567 days ago
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