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Day 3 on Eating right and working out

Tuesday, August 21, 2012

Hi all
Thanks for all your kind comments yesterday. I was very sad.

DH had dinner started when I got home (spaghetti, my favorite). Having leftovers tonight before work (2nd job). I work tonight then I am off for 2 days.

I was really just to sad to workout (yoga). So I clipped coupons instead. Just needed to keep busy. I will resume my workouts on Wed, as planned. I figure as long as I count calories and get in at least 3-4 days of workouts I should be good. I still need to weigh myself, which I will probably do tomorrow a.m or Thursday a.m. Then I will adjust it on Spark.

Ive been within calorie range the past two days. Yesterday I over did it on the carbs. Will have to keep that under control.

Today is day 3 of eating right and staying active. Yesterday DH said he does not want me over doing it with the workouts. So I will limit my workouts to 20-30 mins for a month until Im used to it again.

Oh yesterday I won a Spark Fitness DVD on the Spark Points Bonus Wheel. So I am excited to see what I get. Im thinking it could be Coach Nicole's Bootcamp DVD. And if so, I am looking forward to it. And I most likely will add it into my weekly rotation.

Have a good one.
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  • NATPLUMMER
    Sounds like a great plan to me!!
    YAY!! I hope it's the Bootcamp.
    2282 days ago
  • no profile photo TISH0125
    COol about the DVD! I've been wanting to get one but almost weary if it's going to be any good or not! Keep us posted :)
    2283 days ago
  • FATMRX
    I dont have time right this second to read the other blogs to see if they answer: why so sad?

    He is right dont overdo the workouts, if you make it too hard you will just end up reenting having to do it!

    Stick with it, you deserve to be happy and healthy :)
    2283 days ago
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