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Approaching week 4 of my journey

Sunday, November 01, 2015

I am doing my very best to stay focused! Halloween was tough. I did my best to track my food for all of October.

My weight loss for the month of October from my lowest weight is 11.6 pounds. I gained 1.4 pounds from yesterday but I'm looking to refocus and set new goals.

From my lowest, I am a little over 5 pounds away from my lowest weight last year which was 259. This is my next mini goal.

My second mini goal by Thanksgiving is 255.

My large end of the year goal is 245 which will be just below losing my 10% body weight.

I've got tools. I'm part of a free group of ladies and we are exercising everyday for the month of November. We are calling it your-vember. Everyday, my goal is 30 minutes of activity

I've found my sweet spot in calories and its helping me lose at a nice steady rate. I just have to stay within that number or as close as possible by eating more meat and veggies. I'm not a big fruit eater but I like a banana every now and then.

My stomach is doing better. I've been on medicine that helps with fungus and bacteria. Also combined with a lower sugar diet has helped regulate my motility.

So I typed this in so I stay accountable everywhere! I plan to own November. LOL. And still have a good Thanksgiving.
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  • LDYSABELLA
    It sounds like you're following a recipe for success.
    1105 days ago
  • MORTICIAADDAMS
    You are doing fantastic! So proud of you! I would like to lose 10% of my body weight too. I know it would help me a lot. I'm getting a lot of exercise in and am working on my diet. I'm eating more veggies and fruits. Have a great month!!
    1108 days ago
  • ROCKYCPA
    You can do it - good to have goals for every period of time so that it isn't one big goal.
    1109 days ago
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