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Weighin Wednesday

Wednesday, October 23, 2013

So... down 4+ pounds and back to 240. Do you know what I thought as I was sitting here contemplating breakfast? Well I lost 4lbs, I can have pumpkin pie cake for breakfast. Seriously?

I guess I still have lots of work to do on that. I have been fighting a candy urge for the past few days. Fortunately I have taken a No Candy Halloween pledge and will keep going forward with that until Nov 3rd. My problem will then be not picking up clearance candy after the holiday. We aren't passing out candy this year as I have to babysit for a portion of the night and honestly, I don't want to spend the money at the moment. Plus, we both are working on our Valentine's Day challenge so it is just easier not to have it around.

Goals for today:

emoticon Finish 1 report emoticon

emoticon Spend at least 1 hour working on office

emoticon Do all PT exercises at least twice

emoticon Freggie with every meal and snack

emoticon 2500 steps minimum

Have a healthy day!
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    I do the same thing on my weigh in day! Every time I lose weight, I have to fight the urge to overeat. I think subconsciously I'm sabotaging myself. I have taken the No Candy Halloween pledge, too, so we are in it together!

    Love your goals. I need to do that, since my October goals just didn't happen. Too many, I think. I like your idea of doing it for today instead of the whole month, so I'm going to steal your idea. emoticon
    1641 days ago
    emoticon Good job on your new goals!!

    1641 days ago
    You have a Healy day too! Your doing great!
    1641 days ago
    Way to go!
    You can do this!

    Totally love that "do not reward yourself with food, you aren't a dog" - so true, but so hard to get out of the habit!!
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