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Saturday, March 10, 2012

Friday over a week ago I had Indian food with my co workers. The food was above average taste-wise at least for a fast food joint but I'm pretty sure it was super fatty and high in calories. My mom came back from India last week and brought spices with her and gave me some. I can't wait to use them. Last night I went out to dinner with my family at an upscale Indian restaurant and the food was excellent. Not sure if the scale agrees but so be it. I'm now going to troll the internet for healthy Indian vegetarian recipes.

My experiment to wake up at 6am and exercise before work went really well. I think I'm going to continue with it next week. I like waking up in the morning this time of the year because this is when I start to notice the days getting longer and I love that feeling.

I finally bought a stability ball for myself because I want to try out some pilates toning exercises with it. Until I find a good beginners video I'm going to have more fun terrorizing the cat with it. He HATES it even more than the vacuum cleaner.

I'm not losing any weight at the moment. I suspect it's my diet, actually I'm sure of it. I'm going to make some changes this week and see what happens. I'm not giving up though. No way. Losing weight is a process that needs time, I realize that.
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    I love Indian food. I'm sure there are plenty of healthy choices out there. If you find any particularly good recipes, please do share them! :)

    Meanwhile, your attitude re: not giving up is exactly what you need to succeed. I've trolled through so many blogs on Sparkpeople, and the one through-line I find with people who have had enormous success is: I messed up but I'm going to keep going. And if it works for them, surely it can work for us, right?

    Have an awesome day!
    2563 days ago
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