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OK, March. Bring it on.

Monday, March 01, 2010

So I'm up 0.2 pounds from where I started over on SP, which is about 10 pounds above where I had been, which made me realize things were going to hell in a handbasket, and that was about 15 pounds above my lowest.

In other words, I'm up nearly 25 pounds from my lowest weight.

This is not cool.

I'm looking back through my extremely sporadic past blogs here and realizing I keep having grand plans to get back on track, and then it never happens.

So no grand plan this time. A teeny tiny little baby plan.

Stop doing stupid sh!t.

Eat better. Exercise more. Pack gym shoes. Use them.

I have a giant walk-in closet full of lovely clothing I can't wear. Time to get back in there and make this happen.

Slowly, as it always goes, but surely.

I'm going to try to post more here. If you don't hear from me for a few days, please drop me a line and tell me to get my ass back in gear? Thanks!

So today I went to the gym, did 45 minutes on the treadmill, stretched a bit, came to work, had toast, yogurt, and molasses 'tea' for breakfast, have an Amy's frozen doohickey in the freezer for lunch along with two 25-calorie fruit cups, an apple on my desk, and a pile of spinach, mushrooms, and a Quorn cutlet waiting for me for dinner at home. And a fudgesicle. Cuz a girl needs some chocolate.

That's the plan. It is not grand. It's just sensible.
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  • MARYONAMISSION
    Great plan Meghan! Glad to see you back. Thought I was going to have to slap you around until you came back and started blogging again emoticon
    Teeny tiny little baby plans lead to great things. You can do this!
    3516 days ago
  • SARA_ANN12
    Perfect plan! Fudgesicles...om nom nom. You got this, and the little tiny plans are usually those that have the most impact! emoticon
    3516 days ago
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