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Day 216 - BLC #12 Week 3 Challenges

Wednesday, November 02, 2011

So I'm continuing the freggies and sweat challenges from last week!

This week has been a strange week, I've just been trying to switch from loosing weight and doing temporary things to see the weight loss to something I can continue for the rest of my life. Because I've realized something even when I get to my goal weight I'm still going to have to exercise every day, eat healthy everyday, and not let my old habits get control of me again.

Yeah to some people this is pretty obvious, but seriously for a long time I thought that if I just deprived myself for a year or so and got to my goal weight everything was going to fall into place and I could go back to eating burgers and fries and ice cream. Well I've realized this is a lifetime change and has to continue for the rest of my life!!!

So back to this week's Challenges
Pump some iron
I love Turbo Jam's Turbo Sculpt!!! I actually did it yesterday and I'll be doing it again tomorrow!

Watch your sodium
This is a good one! When I was in high school I actually had a problem with high blood pressure! I went on a salt free diet for a month and I've never had a problem with it since!!! I'm a firm believer in almost anything can be cured with diet and exercise!!!

Spread the Spark
I missed a day or two on doing this, this week but Halloween is over, in fact all our decorations are all packed up as of last night and I'm excited to jump back into my routine and give some support! I'll have to figure out how to manage my time more wisely with Thanksgiving coming up, and I have to say I'm excited we're finishing up this BLC before Christmas!!! :p
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    You and me both..time management is probably the toughest aspect of Sparking..strange but true...good luck to you!!!
    2361 days ago
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