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Wednesday Weekly Update #1

Wednesday, February 20, 2013

I have decided that I really enjoy blogging. I also like looking back on my blogs. I also noticed that I don't really blog about my own progress.

This might be because I have had such a roller coaster of success that I generally like to hide the weeks that aren't perfect.

Well guess what, self? That's life.

I know if I don't own every moment, I will just fall into the same pattern as every other time I have tried to lose weight.

So HERE we go!

Week #1: Wednesday Updates

Last Week Weigh In: 338.0
This Week Weigh In: 337.1
Total Lost This Week: 0.9 pounds

What did I do to lose the weight?
-Added a 30-minute training session with a personal trainer on 2-15 then walked for 30 minutes around Target afterwards
-Added a 30-minute Jillian Body Revolution workout on 2-19
-Ate Greek Yogurt for breakfast the majority of the week.
-Drank no less than 8 cups of water during the work week

What do I need to work on:
-Working out more than twice a week!
-Keeping consistent with my water intake on my days off.
-Think about foods before stuffing them in my mouth.

I've got this!
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    1913 days ago
    emoticon Sometimes starting small and easing into it can be more sustainable. It doesn't seem so hard and overwhelming. I tend to aim too high sometimes when I haven't yet worked up to it. emoticon
    1914 days ago
    Oooh, that's a very good idea to blog about what is going right and to also write about points that you want to improve. It works very well for me. I'm sure this is going to help you. You can turn it into an 'other goal' and start a streak of 'blogging about how it goes'!
    1914 days ago
    you can do it.
    I have faith in you!

    1914 days ago

    Comment edited on: 2/20/2013 11:51:33 PM
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