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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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  • JLITT62
    Glad to hear the weight caught up with the activity.
    1105 days ago
  • COOP9002
    Awesome to see how you're starting to see some results. Have a great day!
    1106 days ago
    Whew! I'm wore out just reading your blog. Keep it going, sounds like an awesome week is ahead.
    1106 days ago
    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!

    1106 days ago
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