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Weekend Update

Monday, October 01, 2012

Hello Friends!

I hope you all had positive, wonderful, relaxing weekend! I hope you all met your goals and feel happy with your progress and have accepted any missteps!

For me to start my week off right, I need to review my weekend. It helps me to keep my eye on the prize and see what I may have done wrong.

I was able to get in some extra exercise this weekend prior to my event outing on Saturday. The outing was outside, and it was about 4-5 blocks of booths and bands, so we walked up and down, plus we walked to the event and back, which was about 40 minutes. Let me just say, it made me feel ALOT better to be on my feet all day, even if there was only minimal calorie burn.

As far as food goes, I think I did okay. Nothing I ate really did me in, but I did do some drinking--and that, my friends is where the hidden calories are. I actually don't feel guilty about it at all because I pretty much NEVER drink. I enjoyed myself and didn't go overboard and it felt great. I was more concerned with the food part anyway.

Sunday I drove back home (about 2 hours) and got to visit with one of my friends who just had a baby. He is, by the way, pretty darn cute and cuddly! He has chubby little cheeks that I could just kiss all day long. :)

I didn't get any activity in yesterday, but I was able to get my food more in "control" so I was okay with it.

Today I am back on track and in routine and planning to go on a nice, long walk to just destress and move a bit. It's my go to exercise. :)

I hope you all have a wonderful start to your week! I'd love to hear how you did this weekend! I'm sure you were all successful, and we should celebrate that!

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