I'm one of those people... and proud

Monday, November 05, 2012

I used to complain about the teachers who went early in the morning and did their work out. Now I'm one of them and so proud I made myself go.

Update:So it's been a couple months since a blog but I feel compelled to write this morning. I decided that I was going to stop trying so hard a couple months ago I got a teaching job again and started doing some un healthy things like eating fast food and so on. I still kept a lot of the good habbits too but They kinda balance back out. I believe I gained five of the the fifeen pounds I lost. Here recently I decided to try to be a bit healthier again. My grocery store trips have been more healthy but I think that means I'm eating healthier. I'm picking up old habbits every week and hopefully this week it will be going to the gym three times. I watch my calorie intake but I don't record it. It's helped me though. I found out I wasn't eat enough protien and brought more protien back. Sorry I'm rambleing I'm just so happy to be abck on the right track.
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    Hi there. Fast foods aren't all terrible. There are some that have turkey burgers & I discovered Taco Bell has healthy choices too! Never as good as home prepared but better than some places. We have a Baja Fresh with grilled fish taco that is wonderful. Do you have a Chick Fil A in your area?
    Anyway, I wish you all the best on your road to your "happy" weight.
    Sounds like you are a busy gal! Hang in there!
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    Welcome back! I think you're right - it's about lifestyle changes.
    2331 days ago
    emoticon Welcome Back! Happy to see you finding your way.
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    welcome back to being back on track
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