November 1st post

Sunday, November 02, 2014

Ok I had intentions of writing this yesterday, but ya know life happens. :) So this weekend was not my best food wise. Friday night we had pizza and candy. As nervous as I was over my total calories for that day, I finally put it all in on mfp and it was around 2100. My goal is 1710, so I feel a little better. Wasnt a total blowout. Yesterday: much better. Finished off the day around 1100. I know thats kinda low but I was still so full from Friday, I didnt want anything else. Walked for 25 min on the treadmill, 216 calories burned. This is going to absoultely sound insane to some, but when I think about the last month Ive been back on track, I keep thinking its February. LOL. I guess in my mind Im putting starting over with a new year. I know Im a nut. At least Ill have a leg up on 2015 :) So I weighed in this morning and Im still 321. So my goal for this month is 10 pounds. I hope you guys have a great day!!
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    I'm just getting my behind back in the groove. It's been a hell of a year for me... Anyhow, I'm back at it, and I feel more committed that ever. We're gonna finish this!
    1753 days ago
    One step at a time... onward!
    1753 days ago
    It's nice when it's not as bad as you thought. :) Your under day will help even that out for the week, too. You will have a kick ass November! 10 bls here we come!
    1755 days ago
    My goal this month is 10 pounds also. :)
    1756 days ago
    I know, I'm the same way, it's so hard to keep track of time with how fast it flies by these days! You're being more aware of what you're doing and that's so awesome! 25 min. on the treadmill too, that's super awesome! emoticon emoticon emoticon
    1756 days ago

    Comment edited on: 11/2/2014 9:19:54 AM
    I'm old enough that time just flies by. In a few days it will be 2020.
    1756 days ago
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