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Measurements and set-backs

Tuesday, November 27, 2012

Well, after my last blog, I DID weigh in and measure T-day morning. Down 8 lbs and 10 inches! emoticon emoticon

Ate "normal" on T-day and through the weekend. However, on Friday, DH had an accident while putting up Christmas lights emoticon ... I got to ride in an ambulance for the first time emoticon . Needless to say, my eating and exercise have suffered. I feel like I'm a single mom to 3 kids now (DH being one of them)... it's been hard. But I got on the treadmill again last night and pushed hard and it felt SO good!!!! Relieved some of the stress that had been building up - and allowed me to just NOT think for a bit. emoticon

Anyway, I'm hoping I can actually get in a full day of work tomorrow (today is more Dr appts for DH who can't drive yet)... I'm hoping he doesn't need surgery, but whatever it takes to get him back to health.

Hang in there everyone! We all have set backs (seasonal and otherwise). We can all get back on track and just power through. Remember - sometimes stress makes you feel that you don't have time to exercise... but exercise really does help eliminate that stress and make everything else easier!

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  • SAM_I_AM_2K
    Hi Becky,
    No, haven't renewed my ifit - trying to get through surgery and Christmas and then assess the finances. I'm sure we'd be fine if I did, but it's money I could use if I needed on something else.
    Amazingly, I still have a couple of my favorite routes on my treadmill, so I've been using those with my C25K program and running in California actually emoticon

    2031 days ago
    Hope the hubby is okay! Did you ever renew ifit? Just get back on track that's all you can do!
    2032 days ago
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