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Day 156 - Broke that 9 Day Plateau!

Monday, September 02, 2013

Finally, yesterday evening no less, I broke that plateau of 9 days! I pretty much at all veggies during the day and drank lots of water. My husband and son played golf all day long while I was at work. They were not home when I got home, so I decided to walk / jog. I managed to get five miles in and they still were not home! It's getting dark so on a whim, since I was alone and the scale only works accurately in the kitchen, I stripped down and weighed myself.

Yup! I lost a half a pound! FINALLY!

Took a shower and heard my family come home. They showered and we grilled amazing hamburgers! Afterwards, my husband and I took off to a huge end of summer backyard party with a live band. It was great seeing several old highschool friends. It's almost 30 years since we graduated! WOW! I was also wearing my skinny jeans and they felt good!

Well, today I worked in two group homes where most of the clients were out on home visits. Pretty easy day!

I was also able to get a mile of walking in this morning too, yay! Boo I couldn't do more...

Tomorrow is my Saturday! Definitely gonna walk / jog outside tomorrow morning in my new jogging clothes! I finally worked a noticeable hole in my icky workout shorts and trashed them. Three more weeks to try to actually jog a 5K without stopping...other than to use the washroom, which I seem to do every mile, gah!

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  • SUMMER2203
    you are doing so so awesome! i feel like every time i check in, you've ramped it up another level!! keep it up lady!
    1693 days ago
    Way to not give up! Soon that plateau will be a distant memory! emoticon
    1694 days ago
    Congratulations on your breakthrough! Plateau's can be so frustrating! Glad you had a nice weekend. emoticon
    1694 days ago
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