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Week 3 - Fall 5% Challenge

Sunday, October 27, 2019

Week 3 ended Friday and it ended well. I did not lose a whole lot, but it was a loss anyway, about a half a pound. I did have some sneak attacks in there..with overeating, so that is my fault. I am actually working on my meal planning/prep for this week right now. If I plan/prep, I do a lot better than when I eat lunch with coworkers or have nothing prepared. One of the days I went to lunch, I did split my meal with a coworker so I only ate half though...so yay for that success.

Week 4 I am working on more exercise minutes. I haven't had as many as usual because I do not get my new orthopedics fitted until the 5th of November. I have Achilles tendonitis because of the way I walk. It seems as I near 40, things are starting to not work so well on my body. Good news is simple things like proper shoes with inserts can fix a lot of them.

So here is to a decent week 3 and a let's get week 4 going!
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  • SUNSHINE5268
    one day at a time, hugssssssssssssssssss


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    /23 just stopping by to wish you a wonderful relaxing holiday week, hugssssss emoticon
    504 days ago
  • JANS-JOURNEY
    Meal prep helps to much with staying on track but we like to talk ourselves out of taking the time ~ I am sure we will have that on the LTGL challenge before the end emoticon
    559 days ago
  • 2020ISTHEYEAR
    You're doing great! Keep up the great work and I hope your tendonitis is better soon. emoticon emoticon emoticon
    559 days ago
  • BCHARIE
    I had a tiny weight loss, losing is good no matter what amount. I was laid up in bed yesterday and planned the entire week, right down to snacks....LOL Good luck on next week.

    emoticon I'm on a rival team....LOL
    561 days ago
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