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One step back, two steps forward ...

Monday, October 08, 2012

Oh My! I have been away at a family 50th and I have not tracked since Friday last week. And to be honest ... my eating was not so good.

Today - my first day back tracking and it is like I have truly come home ... I am so happy to be able to get back on track so that I no longer have to feel bloated and sluggish! I am also happy that I haven't let this 'blow out' distract me from returning quickly.

I had a GREAT weekend with my family though ... and I have no regrets - plus I did ALOT of dancing on Saturday night ... it was so good to be with my siblings again, and they were really happy to see how much healthier I am becoming.



I am further motivated to continue on because I will be spending Xmas with my son and we plan to go hiking. We won't see each other until then and this is how I looked the last time we saw each other in April this year ...



I can't wait to get home today and do my strengths training - it feels so good to be getting stronger and fitter. So even though I have taken one step back, I am loving the fact that I can choose to take two steps forward. I LOVE drinking my water again - I have missed it over the last couple of days! It actually reactivates my brain! Go the Hydration!

How awesome life is when you know you are in the driving seat of your decisions!

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  • ADZY86
    Awww I love that picture of you and (I'm guessing) your 3 siblings? Adorable.

    Way to go on getting right back on track. You deserved to enjoy your family time, and it's not stopped you from taking those 2 steps forward, like you say. emoticon emoticon
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