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Monday, February 02, 2009

Well I havent blogged in awhile, mostly cause I haven't done so well. Last week I was sick with a double ear infection, and I didn't do so well exercising. I'm back on track now, and I have made a decision. I was still eating things I shouldn't. Mostly because I didn't want to feel deprived and go back to eatig too much. But now after not losing weight (well I lost one pound in a month),I see I'm gunna have to be more strick with myself. I had to say well do u wanna be as thin as u want and then eat things you like eery once in awhile. Or do I want to be the same weight and feel bad about myself? So my birthday is the 26th and I want to have lost some of my weight, I'm going off all junk food period and chewing gum after meals instead of having something I shouldn't. No one day of the week where I eat stuff I shouldn't, at least until I get where I want. So I'm on track and it's not goin to be easy, especially around my family who don't eat well at all. But it's gunna be so worth it when I put that bikini on this summer!
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    Thank u guys! emoticon
    4460 days ago
  • DINA:-)
    glad you are feeling better... and now you have no excuses! try to focus on the positives though- at least you lost something. just think of how far you've already come and what you can accomplish if you really try. it's a new day (and a new month, even!) and you can start fresh. avoiding junk food is my february goal too- it's going to be hard at times, but we will get through it :-)
    4461 days ago

    Comment edited on: 2/2/2009 8:23:51 PM
  • JLOBO1978
    Glad your over your ear infection. I know how you must feel to go a month with only small results but you can do it. It does time and dedication to it but it will be worth it in the long run.
    4461 days ago
    Glad you're feeling better! You can do this! emoticon
    4461 days ago
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