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Wednesday, April 18, 2012

hey guys! It is my first video blog! I wanted to try it out and see how it went so bare with me. Also I am just eating my breakfast so i haven't done my hair or makeup so bare with that side note as well! LOL I do have to say video blogging is kinda fun though so i may have to do it again :-)

I am just listing my goals and how things are going in this video.
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    Hi Cassie, I just watched your video blog! You look great, your video was good! you should be very proud of yourself for your accomplishments. Keep it up! You keep inspiring me. emoticon
    2245 days ago
    You're gonna do great! Great vlog! Keep it up!
    2250 days ago
    Thanks George for the encouragement. I actually used to have the same issue specially with the drinks. I ended up slowly parting with the drinks except on special occasions like a night out with the girls, or super bowl, or new years birthdays or big get togethers. Now it just the food on the weekend I'm struggling with. We can do this! It's just gonna take some focus and effort I think.
    2253 days ago
    Hey Cassie, watched your video blog and I too have the same problem with friday thru saturday. Had a goal of losing twenty pounds by June. I should say I started in January. Putting in large amounts of fitness minutes each week and I'm usually way under the 1800 suggested calorie intake. I seem to keep losing and regaining the same three / four pounds. Alas its the mixed vodka drinks that do me in. They're probably 600 calories each. You know, one while I'm getting dinner ready, one more with dinner, maybe another one later in the night. Maybe a pitcher of beer while we're catching a band at one of the local bars. Its really hard to make that break with something you enjoy so much. Oh well, Keep trying, george (georgesprague).
    2253 days ago
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