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Feeling Blah.

Friday, June 07, 2013

Today started out great I woke up and got ready for work listened to some of my favorite music while biking there and was feeling really great when I got there as usual. I picked up my son after work we played in the yard and I made dinner and all that was great. However as the day kept going I was feeling more and more lazy by the minute. I was going to do some strength training today but I over ate at dinner and felt too full. Then I was going to do it a little later and layed down with my son so he could fall asleep then I just feel lazy so now its almost time to go to bed and I still haven't done anything regarding strength training bleh! Anywho I read some more blogs and came across one on tumblr called undressed skeleton. She lost 111 lbs in over a year and she looks great. she also had some great recipes I want to try :D Ive been staying at 250 all week this week and I was beginning to realize i eat a lot of starchy foods and not enough greens and haven't been eating much fruit lately either. My goal for the rest of the week is to eat more of these things from now on. Hope you are all having a wonderful day/ evening! Ttyl!
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  • EMELEE82
    You got this! eat more fruits and veggies - for REALZ! It gives you a LOT of volume for minimal calories.

    My husband and I are trying out the two-thirds rule. Two-thirds of every meal/plate is to be fruits/veggies. It seems to be working!

    Wish you all the best and a rockin' workout weekend!
    2114 days ago
  • BILL60
    Hang in there. Sure is tough exercising with having to work and care for a "crumb-snatcher. But, no one said it was easy.
    2115 days ago
    Great that you can gleen some help from the blogs. I have the same problem too much starches and not enough greens. emoticon
    2115 days ago
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