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How I've changed....

Wednesday, September 26, 2012

This last month I have adopted new healthier eating habits, starting excercising regularly. How has my body changed when the scale has had it's less friendly days?


1.) I'm working out regulary and I am determined to walk further or walk quicker than the day before.
2.) I make time for me! I make time to eat healthy foods, I make time for me to excercise, I make time to do SP everyday. I have daily goals, track, track and track! Track my food, track my excercise, track my fruit/veggies and water.
3.) I feel empowered that I'm making a difference with my body, even on days that the scale doesn't say so. I know I'm eating healthier and my body is getting stronger b/c of the hard work and sacrifices I'm making daily.

Bad (Yes there are some):

1.) I'm tired!!!! By the evening, I'm exhausted and would LOVE to go to bed at 7:00 but I have a family to take care of. In order to have my me time around my family, I have to stay up late to finish up my SP tracking! By the time, my family goes to bed and I clean house and track SP, I'm heading for bed at 11:00pm or later! UGH! I have logged during the day my breakfast and lunch but I don't get around to doing spark coach and logging dinner until night time after everyone has gone to bed.

This is to remind myself. Think of how far you have come? From getting out of breath just talking to people to now you are walking 2 miles almost everyday!! One step at a time you are getting stronger! Your clothes are feeling better and look better on your body. Your nails are growing stronger and faster! Overall you have more energy. You long to go walking on days you plan to rest! You are awesome!!! Now keep pushing!!! You can do this! One step at a time!

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    Baby steps are the way to go.. Try and stay away from weighing daily, that will only add unneeded stress. Afterall one has to burn 3,500 more calories then they intake to lose a pound.
    2952 days ago
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