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Reflection on the last 8 weeks!

Tuesday, March 19, 2013

I read back over my letter to myself, and while I can say that I am happy with where I currently am, I have let a few of those goals slide:

1. I said I would exercise a minimum of 20 minutes, 6 days a week.
Truth: It's been more like 5 days a week.

2. I said if I slipped up on my eating, I would track it and move on.
Truth: The tracking has been off and on, but I'm happy to say that if I slip up nutritionally, I've not let a slip turn into a slide.

3. I would do ST twice a week.
Truth: This one, I have been spot on with. I've also changed up my ST program, and that has made a huge difference on the scale!

4. I said I would keep up to date with my teammates.
Truth: I have missed a day of posting here and there, but all in all, I think I've done a good job with this one.

5. I said I would sign up for my next 5K.
Truth: I admit I have been procrastinating about this one. I have one picked out, but didn't sign up yet.

Finally, in my letter, I told myself how proud I was of myself for not giving up and getting to my goal.
Truth: My goal is right at my fingertips, and I couldn't be prouder of myself!

My plan for the last 4 weeks of this challenge is to keep up with my current NTC exercise program, continue to eat as clean as possible (including stepping up on the tracking), and get that sign up done!

I plan to be standing on that scale a winner at the end! emoticon
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    Love your honesty here, and I especially love how proud you are of yourself. How are you feeling now that you are half way BLC22, and is mid July? From your posts, your progress is terrific, and again you should be pretty proud of yourself!

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    emoticon You're doing great!
    1889 days ago
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