10 lb Challenge ~ August (Day 21) Some Results

Friday, August 21, 2009

Well, all this hard work FINALLY paid off with a 1.8 lb drop that I hope doesn't return tomorrow as a normal fluctuation. So here's what we have so far:

202.8 - - - 201.0 Weight
minus .75" in the waist
minus .75" in the hips


What will I do today:
~ I'm going to jog this morning - three miles and a mile walk. Not stressing myself before my test tomorrow
~ Go to the beach

Hope it's going well for everyone else!! Only ONE MORE POUND to the BIG 200!!
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    Thats awesome!!! emoticon
    4366 days ago
    chele, you are SOOOO doing this! i agree with you about taking an easy run/walk today, eat well, stay hydrated, do your best to get a good night's sleep, and stay focused on the test. there's a knack to taking every kind of test, especially multiple guess, so good luck, use your logic and intuition if you don't know an answer, rule out "always" and "never" in an answer unless you're sure you're right, don't change an answer unless you're sure you're right, and pace yourself. hit the question, read it carefully, give it your best shot, and move on, hit it and move on, hit it and move on.....if you stay focused, give them the answer you believe they're looking for, you will not run out of time, will hit every question at least once, and should have time to review what you were unsure of. eat good, healthy carbs today and tomorrow morning, lean protein, take a small healthy snack and water with you tomorrow, stay within yourself, breathe deeply, and know that any test anxiety or jitters will melt away. THINK POSITIVE! YOU CAN DO THIS!!!!!!!
    4367 days ago
    Go Chele.... Go Chele... Go Chele... I know you can I know you can....


    4367 days ago
    Whoo hoo!! Great job!
    4367 days ago
    Congratulations, It's always exciting to see the number on the scale go down.
    4367 days ago
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