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Weigh-In -- 22Jul18

Sunday, July 22, 2018

Weight the same as last week. Eating so-so, no tracking.

Last week's goals --

Keep up the freggies emoticon
Drink more water
Move more - I thought I was doing this, but the steps didn't show it. I did do 3 days of WATP for 11 minutes each day.
Survive the heat!!! emoticon (At least I THINK I'm still alive...)

Goals for next week -- Look familiar??

Keep up the freggies
Drink more water
Move more
Survive the heat!!!

Have a good week everyone!

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  • BLESSED2BEME
    Survive the heat is a whole other job in itself. Just doing that right now seems to be more important than everything else. emoticon emoticon
    453 days ago
  • BBLUNDON
    enjoy your week
    455 days ago
  • MORTICIAADDAMS
    Let's hope this heat is over soon and we have a nice warm fall!!
    455 days ago
  • MTRANCHWOMAN
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    455 days ago
  • USMAWIFE
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    456 days ago
  • IMLOCOLINDA
    emoticon Looking forward to a cooler week...but the weather man has been wrong SO many times. I stayed the same too and really thought I had sweated off 15#! Been drinking lots of water and iced tea though so that's a plus. Maybe I absorbed all that fryer grease by osmosis during the fry bread cooking on Friday and Saturday?

    Start our first wheat field tomorrow...well, if it isn't ripe enough I won't have to cook. Will start with a short crew as they start arriving and have the full crew on by next Monday. Lots of weeds but the wheat looks really thick and some are predicting a bumper crop.

    My house smells like sewer as I've peeled my first 2 dozen eggs for deviled eggs everyday. Now to get the beets pickled!
    456 days ago
  • GETULLY
    Sometimes just surviving heat is the major goal. I can deal with cold much easier than heat!
    456 days ago
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