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Monday, May 07, 2018

I just weighed in at 148.5, this is a very good weight for me! I’ve been tracking my macros 35P 35C 30F and logging my food, keeping my calories around 1200, working out consistently 3-5 times/week running occasionally and wearing my Fitbit trying to move more but not always hitting my step goal. Focusing more on the meals end of things. Very little alcohol or any other drink besides water. Also, on my 2nd dietbet - very competitive me likes the competition!! Odd side note: I had 2 cheat meals this week and still lost. WHAT??? One was my Birthday dinner out where I had an olive burger and sweet potato fries (ate some of the fries) with 2 Angry Orchards (very rare for me) The 2nd was a Mexican homemade meal with a Burrito, Mexican Street corn and Mexican cornbread, with 2 Vodka lemon/ lime waters - an overindulgence for me for sure. I guess it goes to show that it’s the big picture and balancing total calories in. The days I ate these meals, I didn’t eat much else. Coffee with a little creamer and a few almonds or a yogurt for a snack until I ate. I think they call that intermittent fasting! I think it did work! :) Also in the Mexican meal day, I worked out and also ran 2 miles because I knew we were going for this dinner later that day. I also did log this food and exercise. My macros were WAY off those days, but my calories were only over by about 200-300. Not as terrible as I thought!
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  • GGRSPARK
    ....ant ...any Sorry
    899 days ago
  • GGRSPARK
    Incredible similarity to my method, and coincidental weight, and birthday. How's that for Spark friend ? I do not run, but can head out the door to walk ant time to adjust.
    899 days ago
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