Sunday, February 08, 2009

I weighed this morning, AFTER the morning dumpout, of course. lol I lost 2/10 of a pound. Hey, that is better than gaining! Yay!! I stayed mostly on the upper end of my calorie recommendations this week, so I know what happened. And it was raining a lot, so I didn't get OUT as much. But that's ok. I still made progress. That's cool. Now I know what I can and cannot do and get away with it. lol Probably wasn't a good idea to have pizza the same week that I ate a whole 'fried' Hostess pie.

As for the measurements, I lost 1/2" off my neck, and everything else 'redistributed.' So, ok. More core strengthening exercises will be good. Had the carpets cleaned this week, so it will be a good week for yoga and such.

School starts tomorrow, too, so there is more to distract me from eating junk. I usually take some celery and low-fat cream cheese for a snack, or some celery and almond butter, or something along those lines. Usually by the 1/2-way breaktime, I'm hungry. So an apple with some almond butter or something will help. Helps with fiber, too! I GOT A PLAN! emoticon
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    Good for you! Any weight loss is good weight loss. I need to start measuring myself, that's where you can really see some results.

    3938 days ago
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    Back to school for you!

    It's amazing how the little things add up, isn't it? Less walking plus high end on the calorie intake combined to make a very small loss (which is better than no loss!)... Like me, you've figured out what happened, and you're taking preventative steps! Bravo! I think that definitely counts as a lifestyle change.

    Your plan to tackle your hunger for when school starts sounds good. The beauty of this all is that if you need to, you can make changes and adjustments as you go, so you can keep yourself on track.

    Keep up the good work. The steady progress is the perfect plan!
    3938 days ago
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