2nd Weigh-In

Saturday, January 14, 2012

Happy Saturday Everyone!

I lost 1 pound this week. 1 lb......I will take it!

I have noticed that I drank ALOT of water this week....which was great.

I feel as if I have breakfast and lunch down okay, but I am still having a little trouble with the dinners. I am having trouble balancing them out. Dinners are still a bit heavy on the calories compared with the other meals and some nights it pushes me over my calorie budget. But this is a learning process and a lifestyle change. When I am making my menu plan this week, I will be paying closer attention to my dinner ideas.

I am started to take my kids and our puppy on a 30 min walk 3 times a week. It worked out really well this week. I want them to be able to learn healthy habits and not go down my same path.

Well, I hope everyone has a beautiful Saturday! I am off to workout and boost my energy!
God Bless!

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    Congrats on the 1 lb! Yay! I tend to want more calories at dinner so I make sure I allow myself extra calories there. I'm less hungry at breakfast so I have fewer calories there.
    3333 days ago
    Thank you so much for the encouraging comments! It is so important that my family is on board with this healthy lifestyle change. It's better for me and it's better for them.

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    3335 days ago
  • LLWS34
    Great Job! next week will be more! But any is a good thing! emoticon
    3337 days ago
  • NIXY72
    Congrats! One pound is awesome :) You're doing great!
    3337 days ago
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    Sounds like your making progress! I especially liked your comment regarding your children getting into the habit of exercise and good eating....that is SO important to break this vicious circle of overeating and not exercising....what you do is such a good example for them....
    3337 days ago
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