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Keeping my commitment to myself . Day 4.

Tuesday, November 21, 2017

Before I left for vacation I made a commitment to my self to stick with my SP routine. I have done it so far. (Day 4) I've kept my calories with in range and exercised to burn off those extra calories I have eaten. I had a big slice if homemade cherry pie yesterday and then went for a 3 mile walk-jog to burn off those calories. I weighed myself this morning and have lost 1 pound. I have done really good. Today I plan on doing my walk-jog down in Beautford, SC.
Henry C. Chambers Waterfront Park. This will be a beautiful walk. With Thanksgiving dinner coming in a few days I will continue to do my SP even though my family keeps telling me I'm on vacation and I can cheat, I told them I would only be cheating myself and I remind them and myself of my commitment. I will keep doing a good job and not gain any weight just because I am on Vacation.
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  • SUSIEMT
    Woo Hoo you!! and if you do gain it may be the sodium! Don't beat yourself up! I hope to maintain my weight loss through out the rest of this year! Keep up the great work!!
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  • CARMACHAMELEON
    I knew you had it from the beginning and I am so proud of you! You've done something that I have not been able to do, as of yet. I also am looking at not gaining or maintaining throughout the rest of the year. That is a challenge that Miss April, one of the ladies the facilitates my move class at the VA Hospital. I accepted her challenge.

    Blessings!
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