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Tuesday, April 16, 2013

First off, THANK YOU for allllll the major encouragement, support, pant kicks, etc. I really really super needed that.
I worked out yest, ate clean, logged everything. I am going to be doing this for a while, better get used to it. (self talk)
Today we had to run a short errand so we WALKED there , abut 20 mins, I jogged a couple of blocks. I also did a WATP 30 min work out.
I am packing another clean meal (chicken and salad) for my 3am "lunch" and am having a protein shake now.
Step by step.
Oh! I have a funny thing to share. I last logged my measurements in July '12, I have gained 14 , thats not the funny part. The FUNNY part is alllllll my measurements are the SAME except for my ASS!!!! Arms, waist, thigh..all the same...I gained 8 inches in my ASS!!!!! That is soooooo frickin funny to me!
See you tomorrow
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    Song of encouragement," Baby got back." lol. Well eventually with your nutrition plan and exercise it will start to shrink.The important thing is you are active.Working on your plan.
    While you are talking to yourself,as I do often. Say,"I'm laughing about my 14 pound weight gain because in a short while it will be gone I promise myself."
    1862 days ago

    Comment edited on: 4/17/2013 7:44:45 PM
    Ha! that's funny. Two months ago I was working out on a regular basis and I was taking measurements and I had actually lost inches except my butt where I gained an inch.

    Keep it up :)
    1862 days ago
    Have you heard the expression, "A moment on the lips, a lifetime on the hips?" I guess that's where our excesses like to congregate! But, never fear, it sounds like you're on the right path NOT to have it around for a lifetime! Good job with your efforts, and keep up the good work!
    1862 days ago
    Wow! Awesome! Keep going! You can do it!
    1863 days ago
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