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Better late than never

Saturday, January 12, 2013

I'm a lot later with my blog today than I normally am because I took time for game night with friends. Totally worth it, we all had a great time. I've had a pretty successful first day back in town. I got my day started a lot later than I anticipated, but even that didn't cause me too many issues. I drank water, tracked calories, ate well, worked out, and started organizing my life for the upcoming semester. Most of you know by now that I am not a late night person and it is late, so forgive me for this being such a short post but I'm ready for bed.

I hope you all had a wonderful day, and I'll post more tomorrow.
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    Glad you had a good first day back!
    1953 days ago
    Hope you had a good night's sleep. Sounds like you got back to basics quickly. Have a great term!
    1954 days ago
    Glad you had a good day! Great that you got everything in even though the late start. emoticon
    1955 days ago
  • SUNSET09
    Friends are always a welcoming invitation and thanx for taking the time to blog at all! You were still able to keep up with your exercising, eating right and getting organized!Keep up the good work. emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon
    1955 days ago
  • BRENDA_G50
    Family is important. Glad you had a good time. emoticon
    1955 days ago
    Glad that you had fun with your family!! That is more important than anything else
    1955 days ago

    it is never to late to start.

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

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

    i walk 15000 steps a day.

    i use a salad plate as my dinner plate.

    i keep mandrtan oranges in the fridge. when the sweet tooth comes on i grab one or two tablespoons of the fruit.

    1955 days ago
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