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Broke my own promise.....

Tuesday, September 29, 2009

Dear Blog,

It's been nuts! I had the best intentions of visiting and logging daily. I've been eating well and have been holding steady at my 55-57 pounds but not losing. I know we hit these plateaus but I can't keep doing the same thing day after day.

I need to take more time for myself. I've been getting up early and getting to work early, but with work winding down, I just don't need to do that as much anymore. I will try to convince myself of that and do something more positive with that extra time. Logging would be good. :) And some exercise would be great.

Wish me luck.

Gotta go, TTYL,

MollyMac

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  • KTNBOBSMOM
    Thank you ladies!!! I've been doing well so far and since I've been exercising, I've loved seeing the calories I've burned! Dragonfly, you are right, I need to PEN me in my calendar! Tomorrow, I'm going to a winery for my best friends bachelorette party. I don't drink, so no cals there (I'm the DD) and we'll have lunch and be walking around a lot. I'm very excited, not just because of the impending wedding but to be out, about and feeling good. Then Sunday, I do one of my most favorite things, put up Halloween decorations! WOO HOO! I can't wait to get on the scale on Monday. I think I'll see weight loss for the first time in about a month. Best of luck to both of you too! Thanks for the kind words and support!
    3930 days ago
  • MAMASUE12244
    I log in to track my exercise and nutritional meals. The other is just add ons. But Fun!
    3931 days ago
  • DRAGONFLYSPIRIT
    Pencil yourself in your date book---you are worth a huge slot to take care of yourself.
    Logging is not my fave thing...but it is sure fun to see the points go up when you do!!
    3932 days ago
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