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30 day - end of summer challenge - day 32

Friday, September 13, 2013

ok, so time slipped away, too much to do, too little time!

The fates aligned and the angels sang and this morning the scale said - 153

Not super duper amazing, not the 10 i was hoping for, but less is more, right?

Why i'm proud:
I set a plan for during the conference to only do 1 trip down the buffet line and skip the desert bar - done and done! I got mostly salads and used the other stuff to pump it up with fun stuff and protein! Luckily since we run the darn thing, when i ask for ranch dressing, it magically arrives in an adorable little cup

Alcohol intake - again i wanted to limit my intake, seems to sometime get a little crazy with the attendees wanting to spread cheer! So i grabbed a coozie and walked around for a bit of the time with an empty bottle, no-one the wiser!

Workouts - i got in a workout every day but sunday, and once day was a pretty gone one too!

I started the challenge at around the 158 mark, and ended at the 153 - so 8 pounds in 1 month. Again, not amazing, but under the dreaded 155, but still aiming for under the 150, and then the 145, and then onto the 140 and some day below that... but who knows! Wait - i know - i CAN do it, and i will do it!

So fall is here - it has been raining for 2 days straight in Denver. This is unheard of - we usually have an hour rainstorm and then we move along... i'm moist, we have humidity... yuck...

I'm looking forward to keeping up my momentum. I'll stick with the smaller goals - so 150 i'm aiming for you, by the end of september!

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    I loved the day 32 of 30 challenge. :)
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    Woo hoo!
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