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It's all OK--a week in review

Saturday, February 06, 2010

I'm up a pound and a half today, but I'm OK. We had Chinese last night because it's one of the few restaurants in my town. The food was good, I ate in moderation, and, most importantly, I had a good date with my husband. My eating was not perfect this week, but it was overall healthy and balanced. I went over twice and I'm paying for it (I think mainly the sodium), but I'm surprisingly OK.

I've exercised five times this week, got a lot done at work, got good feedback on my dissertation, gotten at least 7 hours of sleep 6 out 7 nights, and done better with my water intake (I'm still working on it).

So, I'm going to get on my treadmill desk, do the taxes, write, log my exercise, play with my daughter, cook some healthy foods, and generally have a good day!

Oh, and I think I'm going to stay here and log exercise and other things, but I will be moving back to Weight Watchers (on my own) because my hubs is doing that and I think I do better with it, too. I think I've eaten more and, though I've tracked it here, I just think WW is easier for me.
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  • BERKLEYGIRL
    I do both spark and WW too. WW really works better for me in terms of points and tracking, I have never figured out how to input what I want to eat (low points) into the library of food items I can track on Spark. I do find good recipes that are low point in their recipe index though! I also hear you on the Chinese, I splurged like crazy on awesome Chinese when I visited my friend in San Francisco earlier this week. Can you say water retention????


    3631 days ago
  • AHAPPYLIFE
    I'm glad you're finding something that works well for you. A slip is not necessarily a fall, so stay on your feet!
    3635 days ago
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