not guilt-ing myself

Thursday, October 17, 2013

I am loving that I am relaxing into this new way of life that I've created over the past few years. Yesterday, I had my stuff at work and planned to go to Yoga class for my lunch break, however when it was time to go, it was cold and drizzly out. I just felt in my heart that I would truly enjoy going to a meeting for lunch instead of yoga.

I made that decision and did NOT guilt myself for it! I also took a picture of myself yesterday and noted that my waist and belly are definitely, definitely getting more fit!

Today, I have already made a beef stew and it is simmering in the crock pot all day and will be ready for me and my family when I get off work. This is the recipe link - looks yummers!


Because the stress of supper is already dealt with, I feel like I have plenty of time to do a SPIN class at 6:30 this evening. I am looking forward to that.

My hiking buddies and I have a hike planned for Sunday afternoon and that will be fun, also.

Feeling pretty good, tomorrow is official weigh in day, but I felt a nudge to get on scale this morning and it did say


Do you know how good that made me feel? I've been bouncing in the 180-183 range for weeks now.

Here's to headed to the 160's.

Have a good day, all.

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    Good luck on weigh in tomorrow!
    1981 days ago
    You look wonderful
    great job.
    Keep up the good work.
    1981 days ago
    Good for you - I figure guilt has no place in what we're doing! We're all looking for "balance" in our healthy lifestyles. Listening to your body and your heart and deciding what works for you today is EXACTLY what you should be doing!
    1981 days ago
    You are looking great! Thanks for posting the pictures.

    That stew sounds heavenly! What a wonderful thing to have cooking on a fall day. YUM!!
    1981 days ago
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