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End of Week 1

Sunday, April 13, 2014

There won't be a weigh-in this week, as the scale I weighed on is not available right now. It's been a week of learning curves and making different choices for sure. I learned about things I don't like, and a few fantastic food choices.

Most particularly, I enjoyed last night's dinner. Tilapia smothered in fresh mini sweet peppers and onion with cauliflower mock "mashed potatoes" and snow peas. I also particularly liked the dried apricots and fresh mango I had this week. The meal I liked least was pasta with salsa. Never again. Ugh.

I don't know if I can check in every day, or even at the end of every week, but I would like to try. Life as a nursing student is hectic at best. I look forward to what I learn this week and beyond about how much of a difference I can make in my health, though! I think it just may be possible to survive nursing school and still make healthy choices.

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BABYSIS8 4/13/2014 1:46PM

    The key is to find what works for YOU and YOUR SCHEDULE. Since you are the one that has to get through this, it's okay to be selfish. I personally take my mornings for myself. This is my time to do my workouts and routines. I also helps me throughout the day because I now how many calories to plan my day around. And if I happen to do one or two 10-minute routines at the end of the day is even better.......Good Luck emoticon

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REVELLEDIVA 4/13/2014 1:24PM

    I'm a few weeks a head of you on this sparks people journey and once you find your route. I have found this site great fun. I find the sparks point page helpful. i love checklist and that page makes me happy. Keep trying. You can do this and survive nursing school.

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