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Week 2: 1lb down - 8.2lbs to get back to GOAL

Wednesday, September 03, 2014

It was a very bumpy week. I had a great first day but then life got in the way and I started snacking too much. Then I got back on track on day 3 and then the Labor Day weekend came. I figured no problem since we weren't traveling anywhere. Just apply picking and corn maze with the kids. Perfect since I started Saturday off with a 2 hour run - 12.36 miles. (Ended the day logging over 30,000 steps on FITBIT.)

emoticon CHANGE OF PLANS. Now we will be traveling to my moms for a cookout. Sunday started off great but as the day and the tireness wore on my eating became worse and worse. Too many potato chips and apple crisp. Ugh, I felt it. I was happy to get back home on Monday. Even though my eating still wasn't great it was better.

Tuesday I was back on track. Logged everything but I still ate snacks that I really didn't need to. I probably should have focused on drinking water instead of snacking. It also felt good to get back into the gym.

Even with all the ups and downs I was down 1lb emoticon.

I let live get in the way and use it as an excuse to mindless snack. I will be working on that this week and really stopping myself before I reach to that snack to see what I'm really hungry for. I also need to preplan my meals and snacks to make sure that I'm getting in more PROTEIN and less CARBS. Make sure that I'm getting in at least 3 servings of veggies.

Stick to my goals
Plan meals and snacks and enter into tracker (reasonable adjustments are ok)
No Mindless Snacking
At least 5 freggies (no more than 2 fruits)
No Intolerant foods
Protein grams at least 100
Carbs less than 200 on non-run days
Stay within Spark calorie range

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