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Monday, May 21, 2012

WE are writing a blog this weekend of what we have been doing and what we are going to change and do differently.

I realize that I am not on a diet. I am changing my lifestyle. Already I am finding out that I can change what I am doing. I don't have to eat whenever we have a meeting and food is involved.

OK I am reviewing what I have been doing --- writing down what I eat each day, getting my exercise, and plodding along.


I am definitely going to refocus. I am going to stop eating things that have too much added sugar.

No more ice cream treats even if they are only 100 calories. I don’t need the added sugar. I will have fruit instead.

I am going to check the sugar content of all the things that I am eating.

I will use the treadmill more often. The Dr. told me I should swim if a pool is availble and I can swim whenever I want in Jayne's pool two doors down. I will start swimming.

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    Great plan, Peggy - you can do it!! Sugar is so addictive - I too have to just say no to it!!
    2488 days ago
    Good on you Peggy, tracking is the secret I am sure.
    Good luck on your plan, you'll get to goal before you know it. :))
    2494 days ago
    once you let sugar go...except for the natural sugars in will FEEL better! Proud of you
    2494 days ago
    Great plan, you can do it. I give in to easily to treats and then the scale shows me what happens. We are in control of what we put in our mouth but I do enjoy an ice cream treat. Have a great week
    2495 days ago
    You're doing great Peggy & I know it will get even better! emoticon
    2495 days ago
    Sounds like a great plan Peggy I wish I could swim more love to do that. Hard to do in michigan though lol. Take care and have a great day.
    2495 days ago
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