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I have a blog entry that I want to write, but...

Wednesday, April 06, 2011

... it's late and I need sleep. I did just finish up posting about the same thing over on my blog, but because there are a lot of links in it, I don't want to just copy and paste it over. So I hope you can all forgive me this once for linking to the blog post I wrote on my off-site blog. I talked about my day in general, but there are several things I'd love to hear from my SP friends regarding (most notably my steps for today and the state of my weight).

If you are interested in the post, you can find it here: sanitysoverrated.blogspo
t.com/2011/04/wildcard-wed
nesday-full-day-indeed.html


Hopefully tomorrow, I'll post a proper blog post here. After I go out walking.
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  • KERRILA
    Amber - I'm enjoying reading your "Sanity's Overrated" blog! Love the title! I'm glad today 4/8 is a better day!
    2655 days ago
  • JULESMILE4
    Amber, first of all don't beat yourself up! If you are doing the work, the weight will come off eventually. After I had Brooke, I was up to 200 lbs. I worked at Burger King at the time and well, you can imagine that eating the food there was not very good. In fact, I blame my weight gain directly on that! Fast food/restaurant food is evil. There is so much salt, fat, preservatives in it even in the most healthy of options. After I left BK, and started working for Save A Lot, I started walking and cut out the fast food and I lost almost 60 lbs!!!!! I know fast food is more convenient, but making food at home is the way to go if you can help it. Incorporating more vegetables and fruits into your diet will help too. Diet is 75% of the weight loss journey.
    Chin up! You can do it!
    2657 days ago
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