Phase 2- Day 1

Monday, September 07, 2009

Wow! I can't tell you how great it feels to have last week over. God worked in so many little ways. I stuck to my goals and feel great! My plan last week was to drink 80 oz. water a day and write what I ate down. I wasn't hard on myself. If I craved donuts and made a fruit smoothie instead and went over 150 calories, I didn't beat myself up. Things like that... emoticon

This week, in addition to continuing to cook and write my food down, I am upping my water by 20 oz (another bottle). That's it. Next week? Not sure yet. I most likely will try to maintain the 100 oz. water. That means being very focused. lol

I've also noticed that although I've told a few people about what I'm doing, I'm not just out there keeping the world up to date on what I've had for lunch. There's a verse about pride going before a fall... I think I've sabotaged myself somehow with that in the past. A few strong supporters, working through with my hubby (who by the way is doing FANTASTIC on this program), and God's help to look elsewhere for food, and that's what I'm relying on- just thought I'd let you know my plans for this coming week.

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    emoticon Thanks for all of that lol- I am going to up my water intake because I know 8 glasses is for a 130 pd person or something I read said that. I figure since I'm over that, more can't hurt. I wonder if there's such a thing as too much water emoticon

    I may not stay at that level, but in the next couple weeks I plan to add in exercise and I figure I'll need it then too haha

    Enjoy the rebounder emoticon
    3919 days ago
    emoticon So excited for you sis!! emoticon on a successful first week!! emoticon Yeah, I think that your fruit smoothies could ward off any temptation! emoticon Awesome job on the water consumption! Why are you increasing the amt? Just curious. Have a wonderful, blessed, victorious second week my friend!! emoticon
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