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Day 1 or 48 days left... depends on how you look at it...

Sunday, December 30, 2012

So back on the wagon with logging food. Since not being on the site, I have been umm... nonexistant in my food logging. Even with the fitbit ap AND the SP ap on my phone. I just have some kind of mental block in using my phone. So... back to that...

There are 48 days left until the cruise. So I am all over that..

I cannot wait to go on the cruise. My goal for the cruise was to lose enough that I can wear some cute sundresses. I hope I can get there. Just gotta keep up with jazzercise and really focus on the food. I think starting next week I might publish my food log to see if maybe can get some feedback. Maybe... maybe not. I know this week is going to be rough getting back into it and really paying attention to it. So we will see how that goes...

Wednesday is back to work day.... dreading the stress levels that day... month end, year end, two plants to close... one which I havent been a part of the close yet and getting my first delve into it. So should be interesting.

Anyway.. its not really day 1...

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  • RFJSJ50
    Just keep pushing forward - one day at a time!
    Tracking helps me but sometimes I just get so tired of all of this! Then I stop and think about how much better I felt and looked, how much more energy I had before I regained this weight - so, let's keep our goals in sight and keep pushing! I found that the BSG (Buddy Support Group) challenges on the Aspire & Inspire team help me keep focused and accountable. Thank goodness a new one starts Tuesday!
    Stay positive and strong.
    1941 days ago
    Every day is DAY 1 and you can make it a GREAT one - you know the routine and you can get back in the saddle quickly - TRACKING really helps doncha know? Good luck on your work challenges.
    1942 days ago
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