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Day 16

Sunday, April 28, 2013

I had planned to get on the scale today but changed my mind. Although I want to keep track of what is going on with my body, I want to make sure I don't rely too much on the scale.

I'm sticking with my calorie range, concentrating on good nutrients. I'm exercising. This should create a change.

Although 16 days is not very many, I'm pleased that I made it to day 16 rather than a new day 1.

My car is acting up which means today's work-out will have to happen at home. I'm not happy about the vehicle situation but I'm okay with the home work-out.

My faith has been tested so much recently. Times have been tough for a while but I have to keep going. No matter what happens, I have to take the best care of myself that I can with the resources that I have. I have to believe that I can do this and that God will see me through my struggles.

Each day is a new day to overcome, to excel, to love ourselves and others. I have to do these things.

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    Nobody said life was going to be an easy route. I can vouch for that statment, but we have to go on and with friends along side we make it. When times get tough I usually head for the bad struff, so now it is not living here anymore. Today, was a horriable day, for some reason I just could not get satified with food. I had flounder, with broccoli and tomatoes, for lunch, cup of organic tea, morning was oatmeal and blueberries and tonight was pizza sandwich, which is not what it says, but two slices of bread with fat free cheese, tomato and oregano and fried with pam for a few min till brown, and peaches. I just hope tomorrow is a better day be we never know until the day gets here. So try and take life as it comes and when times get too much call a friend.
    1850 days ago
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