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Sun 10/13/13

Sunday, October 13, 2013

I haven't gone any where, it's just been a busy weekend.

Friday I babysat, found out my daughter's aunt passed away, drove a lot to transport and run errands and dealt with enough teenage drama for a week. I ate well, met all my goals and felt pretty good physically after a day of "rest".

Yesterday I took the kids for a run, we cleaned, went apple picking, visited Alexis' uncle and then had friends over for chili and cards. I got in my water, and did my skinny jeans challenge. Bedtime was a little late that normal because of our company, but it's all good. I did not track my food yesterday, but I did fair. I was aware of what I was eating, and the fact that I was uncomfortably full when I was done.

All that being said, I did (finally!) lose some weight this week. It would seem my body is finally catching up, now I just need to keep it up!!

Goals for today: (since I didn't blog yesterday)
-64+ oz water
-eat consciously and track food
-skinny jeans challenge day 13 and 15K run
-in bed by 10:30

Goals for tomorrow:
-64+ oz water
-eat consciously and track food
-skinny jeans challenge day 14 and 30 minutes kickboxing and/or 30 day shred
-set daily goals and Spark
-in bed by 10
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  • v JLITT62
    Glad to hear the weight caught up with the activity.
    1047 days ago
  • v COOP9002
    Awesome to see how you're starting to see some results. Have a great day!
    1048 days ago
    Whew! I'm wore out just reading your blog. Keep it going, sounds like an awesome week is ahead.
    1048 days ago
  • v DDOORN
    Wonderful to hear your persistence is paying off on the scale! It always does...and I'm sure there are many non-scale pay-offs too!

    Enjoy what looks to be another beautiful autumn day!

    1048 days ago
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