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Weigh-In -- 19May13

Sunday, May 19, 2013

I weighed in at the same weight as last week.

I thought that I might be down a bit since my last weigh-in since my eating did improve, but evidently not enough.

Or maybe the previous weeks are just catching up to me.

So for the next week --

Drink my water. I need to drink more earlier in the day so I don't have to get up at night.

Continue the WATP streak, although that may be modified to outside walking with the better weather.

Stay within my nutrition guidelines. Watch the fat, carbs, and sodium intake.

Watch my portions.

Continue to take good lunches to work.

Cut down on the diet cola and snacks at work. This is the one I find the most difficult to do.

Get more sleep.

Get some yard work done!!

Have a good week everyone!!

I want to thank everyone who made a kind comment on my blog from last week. Every little bit helps.

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    I bet you drop more than expected next week, this week could have just been one of those uncontrollable things.
    Good job on cutting back on soda and snacks!
    1827 days ago
    Glad you seem to be doing well. Sorry I've missed the blog posts.... I apprecaite all your support and guidance. All the best, Erin
    1828 days ago
    BTW - Cut down on the diet cola and snacks at work. This is the one I find the most difficult to do.

    Maybe you would like to blog about the situation at work and why the sodas and snacks beckon to you. I had a job that was very busy and stressful. It seemed the only time I took a break was going to the vending machine to buy and eat chips, etc.

    Have a great week.
    1830 days ago
    Just keep plugging away, GF. Your plan is good and it will eventually work.
    1831 days ago
    Better than going back up! Slow and steady wins the race.

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    1831 days ago
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