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Paleo Week Results & Basking in the 'New Hottness'

Sunday, August 12, 2012

Paleo week went great! We had a variety of food, didn't get bored, and my husband didn't complain everyday like he did with raw vegan week. I also broke a 2-Week long plateau, and lost 2.3 lbs. So I think it's a keeper.

This week, we're doing theme days. Japanese (I'm experimenting with making sushi for the first time), Chinese, Greek, Mexican and Pacifica. I'm working on a meal plan right now. It should be fun.

I did a different workout everyday last week! Big jump from doing TaeBo 100 days straight. I'm really loving the variety and the new challenges. I've sweat everyday, which is my only requirement. I'll be getting back to jogging this week as well. I stopped last week because Jillian Michael's 30-Day Shred messed with my right knee a bit. It was hard to take time off, but I'm glad I did. Ready to get back to it!!

So look at your girl... trying new things... experimenting with different workouts, mealplans... and having fun? Wow. Didn't think it was possible.

My desire is to lose at least 20 lbs. by the end of the year. If I can come down 30, that would be great, but I'm trying to give myself an allowance for the holiday season. If I can continue to make the journey fun, that shouldn't be a problem, right?

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    Way to go with the experimenting!
    There is no "One Size Fits All" in the healthy lifestyle world!
    Keep moving forward!
    (And dropping that weight!)
    2437 days ago
    Yes look at you girt. You are a new you.
    2439 days ago
  • LE7_1234
    It's really fun following how you keep mixing it up--and keep moving forward!
    2441 days ago
  • KAYBEE37
    Congrats on losing 2.3 pounds! That's great! Enjoy your theme days. That sounds like a great way to keep it interesting.

    Have a great week!
    2441 days ago
    emoticon great when we switch things up and see results!! emoticon
    2441 days ago
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