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Great Monday now onto a great Tuesday

Tuesday, March 12, 2013

So yesterday morning I had a great workout then when I got home last night I trimmed down two trees in my yard and worked in my greenhouse. This morning I got up and ran a 3K (12 seconds faster than 2 weeks ago) and did some zumba. I have alot of energy this morning (even though it is a rainy nasty day).

I also ate great yesterday. I even tried a new recipe for dinner that the family enjoyed. It was in my campbells cookbook but I altered it a little. I have planned another great eating day as well. GOAL - LOSE 2 POUNDS THIS WEEK!

I am happy to say I also got in my water yesterday which was one of my goals for the week. I also did not have a snack until last night after I had eaten all of my fruits and veggies for the day (5). I try to eat 2 fresh fruits a day so I eat those for snacks at work and then at night if I still have plenty of room I may have a not so healthy snack. Last night I had ice cream. I was still in mid range for my calories for the day and I burned over 1,000 calories yesterday in exercise and yard work. So not feeling guilty about the cup of ice cream a bit.

Because of the rain I will not get a chance to work in the yard today :(
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    Great job all around!! I hope you reach your goal this week. I think that is great that you allow yourself something as long as you are getting in your fruits and veggies helps us not feel deprived. Have a great week!
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    Great job with the exercise and healthy dinner! It sounds like you have figured out how to incorporate treats into your daily meal plan in a good way. Keep up the great work!
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