I'm BACK!!!

Thursday, December 20, 2007

So the first blog I just wrote didn't show, so I'll try again. This time I'll copy it before I submit. AHHHHHH!

So here goes. I fell off the wagon, but am back on. My downfall is letting stress divert me from proper eating and exercising. I was so stressed and busy that I didn't care about what I was eating and I didn't workout. Now I can see the effects of that and am not pleased with myself.

But, I got a new position in a building with a gym. I plan to go everyday for at least 30 minutes with a co-worker and would also like to go a few days a week after work for more time. Plus I want to get back into the habit of doing my crunches at home on my ball and doing some exercises with my free weights every night.

I am going on a cruise in February and don't want to look the way I do now. So it's back to the grind of this. I know I can do it, I just need to keep my focus.

I also started logging my food in again today. It helped me stay on track so well last time. It helps me see what I'm putting into my body and where changing small things makes a big difference. Like changing my sandwich topping of cheese to no cheese or fat free cheese since a regular slice carries 100+ calories in it.

I guess I need to delete my old goals since I've passed some of them and not accomplished any of them. But I think I'll leave them there for a little while longer so I can see where I would have been if I stayed on task.
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    Congrats on getting back on track! Sometime it takes awhile to really get going, but you have to keep at it and you are doing that! I'm going on a cruise in March, it is good incentive!
    4890 days ago
    Welcome back! Don't beat yourself up over past mistakes, jJust keep your eye on the future. I know you can do it!
    4890 days ago
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