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Sunday November 3rd, 2013

Sunday, November 03, 2013

I realized I'm beginning to have a problem....

I've been eating less & getting full more easily. My eyes are bigger than my stomach. I made a nice dinner tonight and when it came down to it both me & the hubs couldn't finish. I packed mine up for possible dinner tomorrow. Which means less time cooking, which means more time for exercising!

Still feeling a little uneasy about my lack of going to the gym, even though I've been doing work outs at home. I still feel like I'm cheating myself. I need to shake this mentality. There's more to fitness than hitting the gym. I still break a sweat at home. I don't know why I feel guilty. I've still been loosing weight.

Also, I've decided to change (or add to) my November goals. I want to really work on upper body. My work Christmas party is December 13th and most dresses don't really cover the arms so much. I'm not sure if I'm going to buy a brand new dress, or see if I can fit into one of my older ones sitting in my closet. We'll see how money goes. My mom is already asking me about Christmas. She wants us to spend the night. I need to figure out a nice way of telling her that I can barely stand the few hours at dinner because you all stress me out so much! Or maybe I'll just make up an excuse that we have to leave....I still have lots of time to figure that one out.

Hope you all had a wonderful weekend! Here's to a great week ahead!

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    As long as you are moving you are burning calories...change can be good!

    Sandi emoticon
    1601 days ago
    Changing up your fitness routine can benefit you, so good luck.
    1601 days ago
    Changing habits and changing our mentality is hard,but emoticon .

    Keep up the good work! emoticon
    1601 days ago
    Great job! I know the feeling. emoticon
    1601 days ago
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