So here's my blog for the week. So far I feel great. I've decided to start measuring my body today so I bought a measuring tape and have started logging them down on a notebook to keep track and here as well. The scale is not my friendly friend but I know I've lost some inches so I'm thinking the measuring tape might be more of a friend to me than the scale lol!! What's most important to me right now is to be active, energetic, and just keep myself moving!! I started taking a women's daily active multivitamin and it gives me energy like I haven't felt before. There's times that I've done a zumba class or just some exercise machine for more than an hour and I just want to keep going, but I know I should stop otherwise my body might give out. I time myself and the most I will go is 1 hour. Anyways I had a great week so I want to continue with what I'm doing. I hit the gym 5 days/week, drink my water, and eat my healthy food. I also just found out that my sister in law and her husband are renewing their vows in September this year in Florida so that gives me another excuse to really hit the gym especially since I'll be right by the beach....maybe by then I can wear a regular swimsuit (not in the plus size stores)!!
Sounds like a plan. I weigh and measure my nutrition and track my exercise everyday. You may want to consider weighing yourself once a month for a reality check. Just sayin. I wish you success. 2216 days ago
That's awesome! I both watch the scale and keep frequent measurements. I just realized today that I have lost three full inches off of my waist this month as well as a bunch of inches elsewhere. With that in mind I don't even care what the scale says. 2216 days ago
Good for you. You can do it. The most important decision is to measure, weigh, and count every calorie if you are really serious about making this work. I'm on Day # 172 of my journey. 2217 days ago
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