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389.7

Wednesday, May 13, 2020

389.7!!!! Yeah!!! Lost 2 more lbs overnight. This is the least I’ve weighed for over 2 years. Less than 10 lb to go for my next goal :)

Yesterday we went walking in the park for the first time in over a month. I managed to go a mile, but I had to rest on the benches a few times. I’m amazed how working from home has me so out of shape — but I’m fixing it! I’m resting today and walking again tomorrow. I know walking a mile doesn’t seem like much of a workout, but when you’re my size, and the trail has hills, it really is!

I ate a good amount yesterday (approx 2400 cal), but I had a lot fewer carbs than normal. I’m not having any refined sugar and am saving most of my carbs for the dinner meal so I have something to look forward to throughout the day. My goal is 1900-2400 cal/day, less than 105 net carb. I might have a cheat meal once a week, or I may decide to stick to it and not cheat — just giving myself a little bit of wiggle room.
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  • ZENYAW
    I am so glad to see you are doing well!
    27 days ago
  • LIFECHANGZ
    emoticon tickled for you! cheers :)
    54 days ago
  • 1CRAZYDOG
    Proud of your weight release! That's treat. Your hard work and determination is paying off.

    HUGS
    55 days ago
  • LESLIELENORE
    A mile is great, especially with hills! Congratulations on the weight loss. Just remember that you are wonderful the way you are... you’re just becoming a healthier you!
    55 days ago
  • JOHNMARTINMILES
    Awright!

    Keep on Keeping on!

    Make today the greatest day of your life!
    Until tomorrow!

    “There is little difference in people, but that little difference makes a big difference. The little difference is attitude. The big difference is whether it is positive or negative.”
    – W. Clement Stone


    55 days ago
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