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First day is always the hardest!

Wednesday, January 02, 2013

But I'm pushing through it, So far today I have met my water goal (2 liters ) and because of a hectic day I was out running errands and all of the sudden felt STARVED (you know when you first get back on plan) I quickly stopped at the store and bought a bag of baby carrots and munched on them so *pats self on the back for that* Now I just have to get through making dinner, fitting a workout in AND getting my daughter to her basketball game. Hardest thing will be for me to get back on track with workouts but I've decided to ease myself back into it rather then going full force and feeling overwhelmed.

So this week I commit to 90 minutes of exercise, next week 100! I figure small steps over time = BIG RESULTS. I've done it before, I'm doing it again : )

EDIT: WORKOUT COMPLETE! 2 MILE WATP DVD

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  • BJOHNS2012
    I realized something while eating dinner. For so long, I have over ate. I actually had my stomach growl for the first time in a long time today. My body needed food instead of me just filling it.

    Great job today on the water and carrots!
    2577 days ago
  • PICKYNICKI
    Sounds like you have a solid plan and you are making it work!! Awesome job stopping to get those baby carrots!! (Makes me a little jealous because I would LOVE to be able to eat them ( I have braces)). I know that you can do this and so do you!! Well done, you are definitely an inspiration to me to fight harder. emoticon
    2577 days ago
  • MICHIGANLORI
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    A big welcome from the SP Class of “December 30 – January 5, 2013”. I wish you success in your journey to a healthy lifestyle. This website has it all: the tools, the resources, the teams and their challenges, and the amazing support!

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    2577 days ago
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