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Wednesday, February 05, 2014

Surprising but true - today, I feel encouraged!

Took a look at my overly optimistic December post...reality was that my MIL was here until almost the middle of January, and it almost always takes DH and I about 2 weeks to de-stress and get back to feeling normal.

So now it's February, and Spring is around the corner....I've set some modest goals for this week as I realize it's going to take some time to 1) rebuild the habits and 2) rebuild my fitness.

Here it is for the week:

Simple goals this week:

* 2 litres of water per day minimum
* 3-4 30 minute walks
* Dare I add some abs, 2 times this week????
* Maaaaaybe drop 2-3 lbs in water weight, if I focus....
* Weigh-in on Thursday

I am also doing 30 days AF both to cleanse after winter indulgences, and also to give serious thought about what - if any - place even moderate alcohol intake has in my life. I've been on the fence about ditching the stuff completely this past year, and (for my own sanity and to make room in my brain for other, more interesting things) I'm determined to make a clear choice with defined limits.

BTW weighed in this morning and have already knocked off the water weight....that's a relief at least! emoticon
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    you sound really healthy and ready to go!
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    2379 days ago
    emoticon You Rock MIMI!!

    I love how you say spring is around the corner .. here it doesn't seem that way with so much snow and cold, but I am noticing the days getting longer. It's all good from here - January is behind us!
    2380 days ago
    Well done in getting rid of those surplus pounds. Always best to start with simple goals, I think. Not so overwhelming.

    Have a lovely week!
    2380 days ago
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    Great goals! You sound so determined, too. emoticon emoticon
    2380 days ago
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