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BUSCHDRDR
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1 Legitimate Week

Sunday, October 27, 2013

Lost appx 3 lbs this week. It is the first time that I've traveled and come home weighing less. there were times during the week in which I was frustrated and hungry but I did OK. Hopefully, this week I will be home. I need to pace myself with good snacks and decent meals.

I also need to incorporate walking. I'd like to walk at least 30 minutes x 5 times this week. I know that in order to be successful, I will need to add strength training and stretching as well. I've never done yoga, but I have a feeling after some research that it would really benefit me.

I'm focused and positive after a pretty bad week work-wise. Stressful and frustrating to say the least.
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  • v LIVELAUFLUV
    I love walking! I walked at lunchtime every day before I retired. I did have a couple of rules for walking though, I walked as long as the windchill was 10F or above and if the heat index was 95 or below. There were not many days that I didn't walk! Now I walk daily, either before my dgd gets here or after she leaves. Some days we walk to the park (meaning I walk, and pull her in her wagon, since she's 3!), and the trip to the park is about 3 miles round trip!

    Make a plan and stick to it, no excuses for not exercising!
    1032 days ago
  • v BTRX71
    emoticon emoticon It is hard to stay focused when away from home or when stress is pushing it's way into everything. Congratulations! Glad you are seeing the positives. emoticon emoticon
    1032 days ago
  • v HOTPINKCAMARO49
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  • v MJRVIC2000
    God planned His work in eternity. Then He worked His plan in our time. And we now reap the benefit of His plan! God Bless YOU! Vic.

    1032 days ago
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