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Are You Making These Huge Weight Loss Mistakes?

Tuesday, January 29, 2013

#1 for my Loving Challenge today is the post I wrote for my blog. It's the first weight loss post I've put up on my blog, and I'm counting this as a proud moment because I've been wanting to add this topic to the blog since I started it. And now I have. It's about common, but very important mistakes we make. And it has nothing to do with counting calories.

I would love if you stopped by and commented on it, but don't feel like you have to!


2. Minion 2 (step son) had a major meltdown today, screaming his head off for 25 minutes straight. And believe it or not, he's not 2 or3. He's days from turning 8. (Does this ever stop??) And I didn't get angry. I kept my cool. Even though I'd prefer nails on a chalkboard over whining.

3. I'm halfway done with week one of my business course. Ahead of schedule!

4. I remembered to defrost the meat for dinner on time!

5. I made it through the day. Without going nuts. Today, this is a real accomplishment.
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    Congratulations on enrolling in the business courses!

    I enjoyed your blog. It's so true!
    1965 days ago
    Thanks for the great blog. Love the "mistakes" and will save it to review later.

    Once I realized that my kids had tantrums when they were hungry, tired, or having trouble with transitions, it helped ME cope a lot. It also helped to hear Dr. Phil say that I needed to act like the adult (calm) when my child was out of control. Learning to deal with tantrums will definitely help you prepare for the teenaged years. : ) Give yourself a pat on the back for remaining calm.
    1966 days ago
  • BOSS61
    Thanks for the hyperlink to the mistakes web site. Good points there.
    1966 days ago
    1966 days ago
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