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Friday, October 30, 2009

Alright, I've been trying to maintain last week's challenges.
The good:
My water has been bang on.
I'm tracking my calories (except yesterday) and I've been keeping my distance from candy.
I've run Sunday, Tuesday and Wednesday and TODAY was another "Functional Fitness" class with DB.
The bad:
Too many calories in. Even with the calorie burn(s) I shouldn't be going over on my calories every day.

The ugly:
GAWD, I want chocolate. I was chewing into a wagon wheel wrapper tonight and thought "you'll be letting the team down".... so I threw it back in the snack jar. Decided on a hot chocolate instead. It *kind* of did the trick.
Tomorrow is another day.... I have two goals:
-stay within calories
-stay away from the sweets

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    Good luck with the no sweets! wish me luck too.
    3731 days ago
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    Enjoy that wagon wheel today when its worked into your calories :) I totally remember eating those as a kid! Believe me, if I wasn't allergic to them now I'm sure I'd have a box of them in my pantry.

    3732 days ago
    Taking one for the team...what a trooper. What did me in last week was the pizza & wings I let hubby talk me into ordering. No excuses this week and besides I'm running 16k on the weekend, that should help.
    3732 days ago
    I wish I had read this sooner Penny, those are very wise words! Thanks for sharing. And thank you for your comment in my blog. It's not usually that bad, but I'll give the chocolate a try :)
    3732 days ago
    oh but you can bet that I'm working that wagon wheel into tomorrow's calorie count LOL
    3732 days ago
    You can do it! HOORAY for you for tossing the treat, and finding a better choice!
    3732 days ago
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