CMROSE74

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I'm not perfect, but I try

Sunday, June 14, 2009

I have had a hard time getting the time to keep up with everyone since I have started working 5 10 hour days I thought I would write a weekly blog. My week was good this week, I lost 4 pounds and it was thrilling after no losses for over 2 weeks but it was my own fault. I have tried to spend more time planning what I'm going to eat instead of just "Grabbing," something. I have not been perfect , I ate more pizza than I should have and a few too many crackers but overall I'm happy with the week and I tried. I'm trying to not get too mad at myself and take each day as it comes. I hope everyone has a great week !
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  • IFUWEREME
    You did fantastic. A four pound loss. What an inspiration. Keep up the great, awesome work. You are an inspiration to me. Hope you have a great week this week. emoticon
    4386 days ago
  • MORNINGSUN52
    emoticon four pounds that's wonderful...you do realize that is over half a pound a day melting away! way to go...keep up the good work and especially on not beating yourself up that some days you did not eat as healthy as others. started to say were "not as good" but i hate putting it that way..sounds like a child who has misbehaved. Know what you mean about keeping up with everyone..as sons wedding is getting closer things seem to be piling up here and seems like i have less and less time to spend here. but long as the numbers on the scale keep moving downward i will make it a point to make some time to at least pop in and check in my nutrition page....good or bad. Keep up the good work. emoticon
    4386 days ago
  • .DUSTY.
    emoticon on your 4 lbs. lost! I read this somewhere here on SparkPeople and it's so true. "Failing to plan, is planning to fail."
    Keep up the good work! emoticon
    4386 days ago
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