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Thursday, August 09, 2012


Finally installed the wireless receiver in the office (where I have my elliptical) and jumped on it this morning! First time I've exercised in about a year. I feel great! I've written before about having to tell myself how wonderful I feel after a workout..but still seem to not have that excitement factor before the workout. How long will it take for me to change my thinking?
I plan on starting another cleanse this weekend. These really seem to help me stay on track. I can dedicate myself to them for 2 weeks and then I can keep myself going (eating healthy) for a few weeks before I start to fray. So this time I am just starting another cleanse. Hopefully these cycles will become habit and I will go longer periods of making healthy choices until it becomes a habit and a lifestyle.
I already got a compliment at work that I look like I've lost weight! Gotta love that! I have been really good about drinking my water. As my husband I are trying to conceive, (I have PCOS), this lifestyle change will increase our chances. I have made goals for myself to lose 5 #'s a month. Slow and steady.
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Here's to Onederland by 8/31/12!!
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  • VAL_E_GIRL77
    You have the drive, you just have to put it in gear and go! We miss you a ton and really look forward to seeing you complete your goal. I am now involved in a moms running group that meet up every Saturday to run a "long run". Each week we are to complete a certain mileage or to a certain about of intervals of run/walk. We are ending week 3 and I am doing great! Considering, I stopped running after my first 5k. I know, I know. So we will do a 5k in September, but our goal is to complete the PF Changs 1/2 marathon in San Diego! I'm excited. :) Well, no it is time for a shower, since I just completed my running homework. Talk to you later, Chels! emoticon emoticon
    2116 days ago
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