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Saturday, April 20, 2013

This week has been great for my workouts. Im back on track with training for my 5k "wog" training. My eating however has been a struggle. I have had at least one free meal a day this week at work and they have all been pizza or something else fattening! Of course I couldnt turn down free food, but I did try very hard to portion control. I hope that this coming week I will be able to pack my own lunch more days and stick to my own meal plans. Heres to hoping!!
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  • SHAR8676
    Keep up the good work. One step at a time. Soon we will be successful in multiple areas at once, but for now, being on target in one area is better than no areas. Being conscious of your goals is helping you to not give in completely and that is better than not caring at all....Keep up the good work!! :)
    1825 days ago
    Free food is so hard... I'm such a cheap skate! If you give in to the free food, consider eating a *little* and putting a salad with it.

    I watched a documentary called Fork Over Knives last night. One major take home point? Eating healthy (even if it means paying for something healthy when there's free food around) is cheaper than the medical bills associated with heart disease, diabetes, cancer, etc....

    Way to go on your workouts. That's half the battle!!
    1825 days ago
    Great job on your exercising! Don't beat yourself up too much over your eating. This whole thing takes time to make it into a lifestyle change and not just a diet that you do until you lose weight. All you can do is try to do your best and that is the most important thing. I hope next week you'll be able to pack your lunch more days and stick to your meal plans as well! emoticon emoticon emoticon
    1825 days ago
    emoticon You are doing great so far!
    1826 days ago
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