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Ch 7, Day 53

Thursday, May 31, 2012

Greetings early morning! Yes, I do love early mornings. I didn't even hear the birds when I got up.

Last day of the month for me is a weigh in day. I consider it necessary just to keep an eye on my weight. My suspicions were right, I'd gained back a little weight (3#) from all of the extra eating I did this month. Backpedaled at bit; now June will be spent ridding myself of that, and then in July maybe some more weight loss.

-Most days, eat toward the low end of my calorie range.

-Exercise an hour daily, 5-6 days a week by:
-walking 25 miles weekly
-Getting in bonus exercise weekly with zumba, country western line dancing, yoga, stroller walks with grandbaby.

-Drink 3 glasses of skim milk daily....I've gotten lazy on my calcium intake from natural food sources

-Rid myself of the 3# of re-gained during May (will reset my weight ticker if I have to on June 30....giving myself a "grace period.")


Organized start to today.
Another On Plan day behind me.
Early morning meeting should advance client work that had been on hold.
My summer cold is just about gone.
Grand baby time today!

#1-eat in range
#3-no evening snacking

Sit Grand baby

Squeeze in some client work where I can.

Looking forward to learning about your June goals. Wishing you a terrific fit and healthy last day of the month!

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  • JENJEN1004
    You can totally do this! This will be a month of well-earned success. emoticon
    2178 days ago
    You'll be rid of those 3 lbs. in no time. May wasn't a great month for me so plan to work hard to make June a much better month. We can do this.

    2180 days ago
  • JULIA_211
    Those are great goals for June! You will lose the regain in no time!
    I will be thinking today of my June goals too to post on my blog.

    Have a Happy last day of May! emoticon
    2181 days ago
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