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BL Challenge Week One in Review

Wednesday, December 14, 2016

This week was challenging and far from perfect. There is so much going on, good and bad. I fooled myself thinking that I wouldn't touch any cookies from our cookie exchange. I should have known better. I am still down two pounds, and grateful, but I know I could have done so much better. I invited people over today to finish the last of the cookies.

On a high note:
This upcoming week I am going to be buying a car. I can't wait. I turned in my car in November and have not had one since. My husband was transferred and the ease of using the same car is now gone. I have felt a bit trapped since.

I started using some new workout programs. I am only up to twice a week, I used to work out daily, but that was a long time ago. I would like to get that up and running again.

We started the kids on sleep meds and they are helping. I am very worried about the side effects though, so keeping an eye on things.

My son Kevin comes into town this week, I am so excited to see him.

I made some great healthy recipes this week using Blue Apron. Trying a different service next week.

Rough note:

Family loss

My son's school wants to terminate AM services because of his sleep issues and attendance. We are still trying to figure out what is best, and I really don't have an answer.
We have a meeting on the 21st.

My daughter keeps fighting me to go to school. She is in kindergarten.

Food around this time of year is always difficult.

This week:
Keep water intake at 48-64 oz daily
Workout at least three times beginning today
Keep tracking
Each day do something to motivate you to believe that your health journey is something that cannot be put off.
Try three new healthy recipes
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    Have fun car shopping!
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