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November 2009 Update

Tuesday, November 10, 2009

I plan to post a monthly update on my progress as a means of holding myself accountable.

Over the past month, I lost 2.4 pounds. I also lost an inch in the measurements from my right arm, hips, and right thigh; and shed half an inch from my waist.

In addition to the above, I've also:
* done fairly well in the "no eating after 7:30 PM challenge"
* increased the amount of fresh produce that I eat on a daily basis
* remembered to take a multivitamin most days of the week

I'm proud of myself for the little changes; they will ultimately add up to big changes!
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  • TRIPLE_EMME
    Thanks, everyone, for the motivation and support.

    I truly appreciate it. It means so much to me to have friends on this journey with me.


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    3966 days ago
  • NGCHILD
    One day at a time, one step at a time!

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    3967 days ago
  • KEEPGOING87
    GREAT JOB LOVE! KEEP GOING! YOUR DOING GREAT! emoticon emoticon
    3967 days ago
  • JESSYVIRGINY
    i'm proud of you. with a little determination with can accomplish anything. you can do this and i will be by your side every step of the way emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon
    3967 days ago
  • GIRANIMAL
    I TOLD YOU that I could see your progress. emoticon

    Good for you! It's really hard to see at first, so I am glad you're documenting all your changes, no matter how big or small they seem at the time.

    I've always believed in you. You're going to meet all your goals!

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    3967 days ago

    Comment edited on: 11/10/2009 12:16:26 PM
  • 51NFIT
    Sounds like you have a good plan and sensible goals set. Congrats on your losses. Good luck on this journey - you can do it!
    3967 days ago
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