Amanda- good luck with your day. It sounds like you have got your work cut out for you. Waking up so early and getting a run in will help you maintain your positive attitude.
I weighed myself today- 4 lbs down since Wednesday. Unbelievable. That's a net 1.5 lbs lost since I starting Sparking again in January. Woohoo!
Tomorrow marks my half way point through the induction phase of low carb. I may stretch it out longer, actually. I haven't had any problems doing it so far. I haven't "cheated" or had much of an urge to cheat. I've felt full and satisfied. The first "symptom" I noticed (which may be unrelated) is a bit of muscle weakness in my left arm yesterday.
Yesterday was a frustrating day at work. I basically did paralegal and secretarial work for one of the attorneys here. Now today I have to file a giant stack of claims- apparently, I'm a clerk too.
But hey- I did lose 4 lbs so I'm not too angry.
Have a happy Tuesday!
"The unexamined life is not worth living." -Socrates
Lisa - Good work on sticking to your food plan this weekend.
I got up early and did a short fast run on the treadmill. Now having overnight oats and coffee and a little spark time before I get the crew up. The next couple of days are going to be super yuck at work. I got appointed to represent a dad who has had a termination filed against him. He is in the pen and apparently has nothing better to do than write the Judge sh!tty letters all day. The hearing is tomorrow and they were supposed to bring him up so I could visit him today. Oh, and this is in a county 1 1/2 hours away. Trying to go in with a positive attitude.
Had a special nsv moment yesterday. Bought a pair of fitted exercise pants (I've always avoided those) and they look awesome!
~Mandy~ I'll make it to the moon, if I have to crawl.
Maintaining since August 2012 by lifting heavy things, making my heart beat faster, and logging all my food on TwoGrand (photo food tracking app - follow me! amanda79)
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