So far, so good

Tuesday, August 14, 2007

It's been a couple of weeks since I have been able to use SP; since we are in between houses, my computer access is limited. I also have not been exercising as much as I normally do - when you are getting ready to move overseas everyone wants a piece of your time to see you and say goodbye. I was also ill for a few days, and to top it all off, I no longer have a scale - it is in transition to our next home. My clothes still seem to fit fine, but I have still been a little apprehensive. I am currently in NJ visiting my best friend, and I noticed she had a scale in her bathroom. So I did it...and yay for me! I actually DOWN another 1.5 lbs!

Even though I haven't been able to use my SP nutrition tracker, I must be making the right choices on my own. Even though I haven't been able to go to an actual gym, I am trying to incorporate more activity in to my every day (for example, spending quality time with my mom and niece by walking around all the malls and shopping!) I am currently in NJ visiting my best friend - she had to work today, so I got dressed and walked the 7 blocks down to the bay and took a leisurely stroll. It was so peaceful.

If I can make it through this month without ruining my progress, I'll know that I can make it through anything. It is so hard to stay on track when you are living at other peoples' houses and are subject to their choices and their routines. But I'm learning that even the smallest things can make the difference. :)
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  • LADYBU6205_1969
    Way to go! I know exactly what you mean. When we went home for vacation, I had no control over the meals being put on the table... lack of salads, fresh veggies, grilled low fat meats were all a thing of the past... temporarily anyway... Was good to be back home to my healthy diet...

    Good Luck with your move and continued success!

    4201 days ago
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