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Day 219

Friday, January 15, 2021

I'm done my exercise and it's before 11pm! Go me! What I did less well on was food... I ordered pizza which is not a bad thing in and of itself since I order it once or twice a month and plan my daily calories around it. The bad decision was eating it all in one sitting. Bam. My entire 1800 calorie allotment for for day gone! Surprisingly, I haven't actually gotten too hungry this evening! I had an apple before exercising and had a pretty good workout regardless! It was a weigh in day and I'm only down half a pound this week. I think I might be having water retention issues again (my socks are denting me!) so I've been drinking a bunch of water today and I'll check again over the weekend. I've been eating more chocolate than normal too, so it could just be extra calories creeping in! We shall see. This picture is my duck tapestry. I had it all layed out for blocking when I noticed a mistake on its back! It's all I can see now, so I'm fixing it since it's going to be hanging by my working area and I'll be looking at it every day. Sigh.
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    I ate a medium pepperoni pizza over Christmas Eve and Christmas Day. I did gain a little weight, but lost it all within a few days. :) You'll be fine!
    90 days ago
    90 days ago
    You are good at crafts it seems! It's cute! It probably is water retention. I probably wouldn't weigh yourself today if you ate a lot of pizza. but 1/2 pound is still in the right direction!
    90 days ago
    You are so talented. You and I so so alike in our eating habits. I HAVE to have things I like or I fail. This is the longest I have ever stuck to a diet, 8 months, and its because I have learned to allow myself to eat. I just work it into my calorie allotment. Have a great weekend.
    91 days ago
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