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Sunday, January 20, 2013

As I am Zumba-ing today, I notice that it's taking a lot more out of me than normal. Like it had from the last part of October until the first of the year. I haven't stopped going to Zumba (even after the weigh in debacle of Friday) I started thinking about it...

Well duh!!!! I have put nothing but crap in my body since Thursday night. French Fries, cheese burgers, tater totes, pastries, pizza, onion rings, wonder my body can't keep up!

I have no idea why it took the correlation between eating like crap and not being able to keep up at Zumba took so long to reach my brain, but it's finally there!

I've got all sorts of yummy and good for me food lined up for the week. Gonna find that chilli recipe I made and stick it in the recipe calculator at sparkrecipes tonight and see what else I can find to make that looks good.

The eating good I'm excited about...the no soda, not so much. My water bottle and I are about to become great friends and I will do it...I just can't wait for the moment when I realize how much better I feel for it! :)

Gonna go clean off the sweat that burning 808 calories brings and enjoy my night.

Make it a great one all!
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    I do find it absolutely amazing how the food I eat affects every part of my life. From my energy level to my mood. Food affects it all. Enjoy your healthy foods!
    1950 days ago
    Funny isn't it, I too have been doing very badly for over a week and the past 2 days have been very short of breath leaning over, or putting my winter boots on. I am not super overwt but still finding it hard. I haven't gained but the rotten food which has all been carb based as per usual, is making me feel rotten. Even then I said well when .... is gone... duh. JUST DON'T EAT IT CINDY!!!!!

    hope you feel better and enjoy your healthy foods!
    1950 days ago
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