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Had a good food weekend...

Monday, June 17, 2013

Made some excellent choices overall and still allowed myself some slack. I even treated his lordship to a frappucino at Starbucks yesterday. And though I was over my calories a little bit, I made good choices all day so felt it was ok to have the treat.

I finally feel like my focus is back where it had been for over a year while I dropped 30 lbs. I guess the Thanksgiving/Christmas/ birthday celebrations (we have a LOT January through May) just did me in. I think after spending over a year being really, really focused on changing things, I was just plum tired. But things are back on track now.

I'm still shaking my head about my whole gym experience, however. Mostly what it has done is screw my back up again and got my sugar all out of whack. So the jury is still out on whether I'll keep that membership or just start walking on the track at the park again. All I'm doing is using the treadmill at the gym anyway...
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    Sorry to hear about your back, but GOOD WORK on making positive food choices over the weekend.

    1765 days ago
    emoticon On the great weekend! Weekends have always been my downfall but the last couple I've been trying a lot harder. Even tracking when I can. So it looks like we're both back on the right path!!

    Luv Ya!
    1765 days ago
  • LJOYCE55
    I am right with you on the restart the focus feelings. Feels great, doesn't it?

    Sounds like the gym is not really for you - not everyone benefits the same. If walking the track is more interesting, then I would do that. An inexpensive set of weights or resistance bands can take you pretty far - especially paired with the SP fitness videos.
    1767 days ago
  • KATIEM929
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    1767 days ago
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