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4 weeks without a weigh in....

Thursday, December 06, 2012

Okay so I finally weighed. 4lbs up in four weeks.......This is not good! But it once again could be worse and I'm really surprised that it wasn't because I have never binged that often before. It was ridiculous!!! But I am going to keep it simple, leave an exercise schedule out of it right now and stick to my four December goals. That's it. And then I will get some new goals for the New Year! emoticon

1. Log on to spark at least 5 days a week and read/watch at least one blog.

2. Drink at least two 44 oz cups of water each day

3. Take my vitamins everyday

4. Stay within 1200-1400 calorie range. 3 meals and 1 snack
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    I am so proud of you for going, and you could easily push this off and say "I'll just start in January" and gain another 4 pounds in the process, so that is huge that you are getting recommitted right now!

    Loving the goals! emoticon
    1959 days ago
    i love the goals but i ask you reconsider the exercise thing. just a little? we all know how much it helps our bodies (mentally and physically) and i really think it would help keep u on track. ?? idk. ??
    i guess check this out b/c it opened my eyes to a new thinking about exercise.

    great job only the only 4 lbs gain. so glad it wasn't worse! :)
    1959 days ago
    They're great goals. Good luck : )
    1959 days ago
    We have to keep tweaking what we are doing to lose. You can do this!
    1959 days ago

    my sister lost 105 pounds at age 63 by walking 15000 steps a day.

    i lost 44 pounds by giving up grain products and sugary products at age 60.

    i use a salad plate as a dinner plate; i eat with a childs fork. takes your brain 20 minutes to tell your stomach your full. it works.

    1959 days ago
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    Those are reasonable goals! Good luck to you! emoticon
    1959 days ago
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