Need to get back on Track...

Tuesday, September 20, 2011

I need to get back on track. Eating has spiraled a little more out of my control then I like and since we have been fostering a dog this week I have not been doing my jogging.
Today I am committing to eating healthier and working out smarter.
1. I WILL do my challenge of strength this week with the Yellow Apples2
2. I will continue to be honest and track my food
3. I will start my jogging back, although in the afternoons when I get home from work.
I had a scare this weekend when I went for my 5am walk with the dogs. I thought I was going to get mugged and it was just someone delivering the newspaper, but when it's very dark your mind will play tricks on you (or me.)

I had a LOVELY anniversary (3 years) with my husband yesterday, we walked the dogs, went out to a fancy dinner and relaxed-it was lovely. It was also great because I could wear clothes that I haven't been able to wear since before I was pregnant.

I am tired of bouncing between 220 and 225, depending on hormones and food and dates so this is my commitment to myself to get over this hump!
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    You can do it - good luck!! And Happy Anniversary!
    2438 days ago
    You can do this! Congrats on your anniversary!

    2439 days ago
    Sometimes we all get distracted but good for you that you need and want to get back to where you were! Congratulations on your anniversary, hope that it was a good one!
    2439 days ago
    Congratulations on your anniversary.

    Good for you on fostering a dog.

    And good for you to getting back on track. I find that the longer I wait to get back on track, the harder it becomes. The excuses get easier and the work becomes less important. good for you for seeing that and getting back on track.

    Keep up the good work.

    2439 days ago
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