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Spring!!!! (long time since I updated)

Wednesday, May 07, 2014

Cue outdoor exercise and allergies!

I am seriously glad for warmer weather again.
It is getting easier and easier to keep my pedometer numbers up.

I have a feeling that this Spring and summer will go better for me in the health department than last year.

I had been struggling off and on with my binging for 8 month or so but that is getting back under control.

Sadly I did not re-lose the 10lbs of regain that I was trying to shed before JAHINTZY's wedding but I did drop a couple of them so I did no feel Too self conscience in my bridesmaid dress, I was however more bloated than I would have liked (as I saw too clearly in the photos of the day) and a little ashamed that I did not reach my goals. I know I can do better than that because I have before.

The bride of course, was lovely as always

I do not think I looked terrible, but could have tried harder.
However I am still pushing.
I am going to re-lose the re-gain no matter how long it takes and go a little further,
My goal is to weigh 170-175 by October. (if I can)
I say this knowing that I fluctuate a bit and always will. I am happy in the 175-180 range so I really want to slim down closer to 170 and not be as freaked out my the little fluctuations.

I plan to do the Run or Dye again this summer. So back into running training I go. I did keep up with my exercise minimums this past winter but just barely. I am back to a 40 minute 5k, so I need to work on getting that time faster again!

I've got this.

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    Lovely photos! We all have those blips as you work toward our goals. The key is to turn it around before we go too far in the wrong direction.
    Hang in there!
    2447 days ago
  • STODD251
    Maybe you didn't achieve your goal, but you still looked beautiful. Keep pushing and I'm sure you'll get there.
    2448 days ago
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