Work on weight loss commitment

Friday, May 14, 2010

My weigh in day was Wednesday and I stayed the same. No surprise since I have been struggling with my licorice and fruit snack habit! I have been going to the gym lately and plan to really put in more time there this weekend.
I am working on my weight loss commitment. It is truly a work in progress. I am tracking my food intake. I have already eaten the last of my licorice, so, I have no plans to buy anymore.
My goal is to lose an additional 8-10 lbs by the end of July. If I stay on track and exercise it shouldn't be a problem! The key is to stay focused!!!!!
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    You sound like you've got a plan and just need to keep that focus and really work on even getting in 10 minutes of fitness each day. It will add up and you'll find more ways to add it to your day regardless of what the weather is like. Keep tracking that food and get your water in, especially with the summer temps. Don't let one so-so day stop your streak just work on staying consistent and move.

    I look forward to seeing your updates and if you need an ear, shoulder, or cheerleader please give me a holler. emoticon
    3267 days ago
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    I know you will succeed because you have a real positive attitude! Staying focused and being positive are real helps. We are all in this Healthy Journey together. We Can Do This!
    3267 days ago
    Staying focus on the goal is a daily chore. I have been practicing commitment to my weight loss project all week. I joined a gym. Yeah! I try to commit to every minute I plan to workout. If I plan to do 30 minute on the treadmill then I do 30 minutes. I cry on the inside but I tuff it out.

    Good luck with your goal.
    3268 days ago
    emoticon on tracking your food . emoticon emoticon on 10 pounds by july
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