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Wednesday, August 28, 2013

Well....I did horrible today with eating. I didn't get my breakfast because my supervisor came in. If she is going to do it a lot I will have to change my breakfast time. Scarfed a biscuit washed down with caramel creamer in between classes. Sad part is, I don't like coffee. I'm drinking it because of stress in my life. Not good and I am the one filling my cup so I should be the one NOT filling my cup. The salad at lunch wasn't bad except for my dressing. I plan on fixing that as soon as hubby gets paid. Supper? So not good and the only person to blame is myself.

However I did get off my rumpus and completed the first class from my new Zumba Core game. It was hard and there was a ton of jiggling. I was amazed at how much I had lost (fitness-wise) and how much jiggling I had gained. I so did not want to work out, but I did it and I have no one else to thank except for me. While I have to take responsibility for the bad choices I made today, I can also be proud of the (although few) good choices I made today.

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    Well, YEA!!!! I'll be darned....that sounds very familiar!!! I am so proud of you recognizing your GOOD things too!!!! I love you!
    1731 days ago
  • WALNUTT1961
    emoticon Hang in there!
    1731 days ago
    What is awesome is that you are owning it. One bad day is not a habit. You will do better tomorrow and figure out how to eat a good breakfast in spite of the supervisor! Is she nice? or is she mean? Keep blogging! And remember, we are there for you!
    1731 days ago
    Small steps are better than no steps!
    1732 days ago
    It's about baby steps and small changes every so often, sort of a nip and tuck lifestyle change. If you go slow, you won't get overwhelmed or expect too much and can acclimate yourself to less food/more exercise. Nobody said this was easy...just doable. Best to you!

    DeAnne, Missourians Team
    1732 days ago
    some tough challenges today. you are doing recognizing the triggers, and you know you need to plan a bit differently to meet them.
    Doesn't that feel like a huge victory in itself? I think it is :)

    And you got the exercise in! yay you!
    1732 days ago
    emoticon emoticon
    1732 days ago

    my sister lost 105 pounds walking 15000 steps a day at age 64.

    i lost 44 pounds by giving up sugar and grain products at age 61.


    1732 days ago
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