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This up coming week

Monday, January 06, 2014

Well, I go back to work tomorrow after 16 days off with my monkey. I feel prepared. I chopped a TON of veggies today so that I can quickly cook, grab and go. I have meals planned all week for the crockpot until I break my fast food vice. I am WAY less likely to stop and get something if I have already cooked something at home. Tomorrow is Chicken on Root veggies. I also made smoothie packs and veggie grab and go packs. I am ready to make changes, be prepared, kick butt and take names.

This last week was successful. I did go without fried foods. I even went to dinner with a friend and did not order fries. That is a huge success for me!!! The last two days I have also completely eaten at home. That is a great streak for me (sadly, enter why I am unhealthy and overweight). EARNED BOOK 1

This week:
-Week 1 of taming your sweet tooth*
-Eat 2 fruits/veggies per meal (5 small meals)*
-Work out at least 10 minutes/day 4-5x (this is not a main focus at this time but I would like to try)**
-Drink enough water (not really a goal, I have no problem drinking water when I keep it in mind.)
-Daily chore list*
-Take vitamins (again, have no problem when I remember :) )
-Weekly bible verse and journal *

Bonus: Not eating out as much **
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  • 40_4ME4FAMILY
    Keep goal setting and working toward them. It is SO helpful. I piled on my weight after having my baby in May 2012. Can't hardly call lo that anymore, huh? I'm finding eating wise, my biggest challenge is being tired. While one of my goals is to track my sleep, I wasn't considering my biggest. I'm rethinking that! :-) emoticon
    1935 days ago
    Thanks! I am working on doable, realistic, permanent goals
    1935 days ago
  • COOP9002
    Looks like you've got a good plan for the week. Hope it goes even better than expected.
    1935 days ago
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