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Fitting in yet another pair of Jeans

Monday, July 15, 2013

I tried on a pair of jeans this morning that I had almost put in the bin for charity but had hope that if I started losing weight they would fit again, and they do now.

I last weighed in a week ago but not going to get the chance. Also wondering if I am crazy, joined the burn 2500 a week challenge. Guess that means I better find some extra exercises and start walking more. I love walking but sadly due to my neighborhood circumstances these days I can't walk on weekday mornings. I wanted to head to the park this morning but someone is coming over to try and help me with my son's college stuff. Then I have to take my daughter to her grandpa's for the week. I had planned on stopping by a park on the way home but my son reminded me that we need to pick up crickets and mice. There goes that plan.
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  • SILVER1369
    emoticon on getting in the jeans!! emoticon emoticon emoticon
    1739 days ago
    Congrats on the jeans!!!!! Isn't that one of the greatest feelings in the world? :)
    1740 days ago
    Congrats on the jeans fitting! I have the same problem with fitting exercise in, everybody wants me! Good luck, my friend

    1740 days ago
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    1740 days ago
    Congrats on the jeans fitting!!
    You can definitely do it! I agree with Iceangel - find those 10 minute videos and do those throughout the day. Or if you have a step or two available in your house, try a vigorous step up/down for a set number of minutes to really get the cardio going.
    1740 days ago
  • ICEANGEL0531
    Happy for you in fitting in your jeans. Try & find 10 minutes to do some physical activity...there are plenty of videos on SP.
    1740 days ago
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