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And....thought my goal was met

Monday, February 24, 2014

I knew I should have just waited until the end of the month. I went up to 263.8 over the weekend. I'm so frustrated because Friday was spent in the car most of the day. The hubs had to make a quick run to Michigan for some business stuff. I counted calories and stayed within my range. On Saturday we sat ALL DAY at the diving sectionals. I again counted calories and ate really well. I just think all that time of not being able to move messed with things.

So today I did my 43 min. workout with Leslie Sansone and counted calories. I went to the store and stocked up on good things. I made a recipe that I submitted a long time ago. It's called Chicken Cordon Blue Meatloaf. Very good!!! The kiddo's all liked it. Here's the link if you feel like you would like to give it a whirl.
261 calories for a nice slice is pretty good. I rounded that out with cooked carrots and peas.
Really hoping I'm back at my goal by the end of the week.

Keep On...Keeping On.
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    Spikes and detours happen but emoticon getting it back on track.
    1514 days ago
    NSEMANCO....I have done the weighing weekly and bi-weekly and monthly thing. It does not keep me focused. Everyone is different and this way is working well for me. For now it helps me figure out what is triggering certain things, like I have learned that I ABSOLUTELY CANNOT EAT AFTER 6 PM. On Thursday nights I play volleyball. I almost always have a slight gain the next day. I cannot eat potatoes, pasta or bread for dinner. I'm okay with this. But when I have unexpected gains when doing everything "right", I need to know why. It's just me. I'm actually enjoying the journey this time. I'm learning more about myself. I plan to keep moving towards my goals. Thanks for the words of encouragement! Hope all is well in your corner of the world. emoticon
    1515 days ago
    You really need to only weigh yourself once a week. Do not weigh yourself after you have just eaten, when you are menstruating, or after you have consumed a bunch of water. All of these things will make you weigh more. Exercise also builds muscle mass and you could be losing fat and gaining muscles. Keep drinking plenty of water and try exercise at least 10 minutes each day. Keep up the good work! emoticon
    1515 days ago
    Yum! Thanks for sharing!
    1516 days ago
  • DNJEN471
    There's still time and you're doing great!!
    1516 days ago
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