TBIRDMC

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Winter Blues Go Away

Wednesday, February 16, 2011

I'm not a big fan of winter. I know it affects my mood and I don't like being inside so much.
My weigh-ins have shown it too. Apparently the eating habits aren't too bad these days. The scale didn't budge much but the inches are decreasing. Then I saw a nice loss on my scale but scale at nutrition studio didn't show the same. A loss is a loss.
I've spent quality time with the Wii these days. I park at the end of the campus parking lot.
My brain is overstimulated. I'm exhausted trying to keep a full-time work schedule, full-time grad school schedule, and stay on the healthy track. Some days it would just be easier to pickup a combo meal. But that's one habit I've changed!
Weather in the upper 60s & lower 70s this week. I am so happy. I'm getting outdoors!
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  • TBIRDMC
    Thanks for the encouragement ladies! Stay warm and healthy. So happy to be on SP!
    3507 days ago
  • WANAKA
    If you have a lot on your plate, baby steps and little things count (like parking far from your door entrance or taking the stairs instead of the elevator, etc.)

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    It'll soon be spring. Yay!
    3507 days ago
  • SJACK06S
    You sound just like me! I HAAAAATE winter. Our temps have made it into the 50s this week and I'm on cloud 9!

    I work full-time and am going to grad school full-time too, so I know what you mean about it being easier to pick up a combo meal! But think of how much better you feel when you don't!

    Keep up the great work! You can do it!
    3508 days ago
  • GINGERTATE0706
    Keep up the good work. Yes, when we are busy it is so tempting to buy fast-food. But I have broke that habit also.
    Hope you have a great week & stay focused on your goals.
    3508 days ago
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