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What I'm Proud of Today

Saturday, April 20, 2013

Sometimes I need to high five myself :P I thought it may also be good to have a list to reflect on when I need to:

emoticon April 19, 2013- Went to Zumba by myself for the first time
emoticon April 20, 2013- A co-worker asked me if I'm losing weight and says that she can tell
emoticon April 21, 2013- My mom said that I inspired her to eat healthier
emoticon April 22, 2013- I kept my Dr's appointment and remembered to get a referral to a nutritionist
emoticon April 23, 2013- Bought a smaller size shirt (XL from XXL) and a smaller size of pants (16 from 18) from my favourite clothing store because they fit!
emoticon April 24, 2013- Had my plans ruined and I didn't end up binge eating to comfort myself
emoticon April 25, 2013- Went grocery shopping for the week and only spent a dollar on junk food. Already gave away two out of three of the servings
emoticon April 26, 2013-Was able to keep up with the chorus to one of my favourite Zumba songs
emoticon April 27, 2013- Noticed a 1% decrease in body fat.. only 9 or so to go!
emoticon April 28, 2013- Can comfortably wear my new coat
emoticon April 29, 2013- Did most of the jumping in Zumba.. didn't hurt myself and wasn't sore the next day
emoticon April 30, 2013- My newest workout pants are officially too big
emoticon May 1, 2013- I was in control of my emotions when I faced a set back.
emoticon May 2, 2013- I was honest with myself and didn't just ignore my mistake, hoping it 'wouldn't matter this one time'
emoticon May 3, 2013-Still did my challenge sit ups even when I felt like giving up
emoticon May 4, 2013- Was able to lift my approx weight with my legs for ten reps
emoticon May 18, 2013- Noticed a few inches lost

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