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Recapping August, Planning for September

Sunday, September 01, 2013

August was the month to get it back on track. My monthly goal were to have fitness minutes daily by joining Catlady at the gym and to eat in my calorie range. I turned to the monthly summary for my feedback. I did ok with my fitness, earning 1517 fitness minutes for a monthly total. Eating in range, I earned a star on only 14 days. I can do better.

September's plan. I will make a healthy breakfast and drop the kids off at school before I met Catlady at the gym. Treadmill for at least 30 minutes, and strength training for three days a week. Starting next week, I will have water aerobics twice a week. I will pack my lunch, and snack. Dinner is planned. I should eat within my calories range. My weakness is the 9-Midnight hours. I will have an evening snack. If I have need to comfort, I will turn to Spark, tonic water and prayer.
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    Just putting a plan on paper helps us see that we can do it. Congrats on the fitness minutes for August!
    1725 days ago
    Great plan!! You can do it!
    1725 days ago
    Great plan! Good luck!! emoticon
    1725 days ago
    Sounds like an awesome plan! Here we go!
    1725 days ago
    You sound very organized - great goals!
    Could you schedule a good snack as an option - raw veggies or fruit or something low cal that you could have on hand - allow yourself the option of having them but don't always turn to it? Or maybe that would throw off your plan - just an idea. I let myself have fruit/nuts if I think I absolutely have to have something (a dozen grapes or a dozen almonds) but only if my calorie budget has room for it.

    1725 days ago
    Great blog and plan for Sept. emoticon
    1725 days ago
    Your plan sounds very good! Kudos!
    1725 days ago
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