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Fell Off the Wagon Big Time

Sunday, November 20, 2011

Because of stress, I fell off the wagon and didn't keep up with my healthy living. I didn't eat right on a consistent basis, so my weight went up and down. It also didn't help that I stopped my strength training. I still walked, but again, not on a consistent basis.

But last week I got back on track. I started walking on a regular basis and to eat healthy again. I intend to start my weight training again tomorrow. I lost a pound this week just from watching what I ate. My aim is to lose the weight I gained these past months to get back to where I was.

Hubby has lost over 35 lbs from his surgery. So we're working on getting a few lbs back on him. So he's trying to gain & I'm trying to lose. Because of his weight loss he no longer has to take his blood pressure meds and his cholesterol meds have been reduced by half.

Things are hopefully balancing out with us.

Hope everyone had a great weekend.
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  • TEACHING1ST
    The good things will balance out the bad, Limastar....here's to a healthy new you, Back to Basics! Happy Thanksgiving, too.

    MAry
    3112 days ago
  • SUNSET09
    Isn't it great that he's no longer having to take his meds due to his weight lost which makes him healther and saves you both money. He can still eat healthy in his gaining and your lose! You're back on track and know what you need to do. Helping each other! emoticon
    3112 days ago
  • no profile photo CD7403040
    The important thing is that you;re getting basck on track. Best wishes to you and yuor hubby.
    3113 days ago
  • BABY_GIRL69
    We all fall off but you did right by getting back up again. Remember to keep doing just that. We are not going to be goody-goody the trick is to know your triggers & how to combat them.

    God bless & way to go your success!

    Dee
    3113 days ago
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