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Wednesday, April 22, 2015

The scale and I have a love/hate relationship. Ok, mostly hate. I get on the scale and it's up or the same. So on days when I don't see the scale moving, it's really gratifying to hear..."Wow, you look great! How much have you lost?".

Yesterday, one of my co-workers said something to me. I updated my Linked In Photo and one of my vendors sent me an email to say how great I looked and then asked me to lunch. (hmmm?) The best part was that he asked if I was on a diet. I said nope! Just working out regularly and watching what I eat. I told him I think 40 just agrees with me.

The best part? I feel GREAT! I've taken the time to reward myself with hot new shoes and some awesome new pieces for my wardrobe. I'm making plans with friends! I feel like I did back in my 20's.

Well, back to work. Gotta get something done before heading out to lunch with a friend. We're splurging on Margarita's today!

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    I have the same thing a lot of the time. On Tuesday, two of my best friends were talking about how much smaller I looked, even though the scale hadn't changed at all. Inches lost can be more important than weight lost. Keep up the good work! emoticon
    1430 days ago
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    Everyone is so worried about weight and losing..the key is in balancing your blood sugar.

    Failure to keep your blood sugar levels in balance leads your body to store more fat and can increase your risk of diabetes and heart disease.

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    Keep enjoying the compliments. emoticon
    1430 days ago
    hurray! feeling great is the best reward.
    1431 days ago
    Woohoo - good for you! And enjoy those margaritas
    1431 days ago
    Great job! I wish I knew a long time ago just how much better I would feel losing the weight. Keep up the good work!
    1431 days ago
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