Sunday, April 10, 2011

So it's been a very hectic week. Every day this week I worked no less than 10 hours with a 12-hour day somewhere in the mix. This made making time for workouts impossible. Also failed to plan meals, so I ate whatever I could find (which sometimes meant candy that co-workers leave out on their desk). It was a very unhealthy and not so diet-friendly week. However, the scale read -2.2 lbs this morning. Not only did I lose the 2 lbs I had put on last week, but lost an additional .2 lbs. Don't get me wrong, I know that this past week should only happen again under dire circumstances, but I was just happy to know that I did not completely back track because of it.

I did pretty good with diet today and we did yard work since it was nice out. We didn't get to do everything since it was 83 degrees and very windy. I must go to bed now because it is way past my bed time and I MUST get up early and get my workout in. Since I fell off the wagon after day 32, I'm going to start back in that day range and that puts me at Day 29 for tomorrow. I hope the week of inactivity didn't cost me too much in terms of endurance.
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    Welcome back! How is it going getting back on track? You were doing soooo great - glad to see you back again! And what a bonus - losing weight during such a stressful week! :)
    3723 days ago
    More power to you to get back up on the horse. It's not going to be easy... but it never is easy to balance your health and the demands of "real life". You're doing great... keep up the inspiring work!
    3724 days ago
    It happens to us all. I sometimes think my body needs that adjustment time and I find things go better after it.
    The important thing is just getting right back on track.
    Congrats on the loss, emoticon
    3726 days ago
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