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Weigh in day is tomorrow!

Friday, July 11, 2014

So my accountability day is tomorrow and I am going to weigh in (Summer Honeys). I have a feeling I won't be at my goal of 220...I'm thinking the scale is going to be 222...BUT...its all good.

I have posted my updated photos for July and it "kinda" looks like I've lost a little something. My friend at work told me that my shirts were fitting better and they didn't look so tight at the bottom (around my hips) but rather, hung more loosely than before. That was cool to know. My hubby told me he could tell I "definitely lost weight in my boobs and butt" and gave me a little sad face...lol.

Last 2 days I've been extremely tired. I came home yesterday and slept for 4 hours, then watched a movie with hubby...and went back to bed. I didn't exercise and I should have, but my legs and feet were achy, I was too sleepy, and I think its because I did a tiny bit of running on my last TM and I think that had repercussions. Anyways, I just wasn't feeling it AT ALL...so I took 2 days off in a row from exercising and tonight I'll get going again because I feel better.

You know what keeps me motivated? I constantly look at before and after weight loss photos on the internet. Also, I work at a bookstore so I buy and/or read Shape, Oxygen, Trailrunner, Running Times, Runner's World, Women's Running, Women's Health and Fitness, etc. I mostly read those and only buy a couple, but the pictures, articles, and visual motivation of all of the above really keeps me going. I need something to hold on to. I am not able to visualize myself as a finished product so I look to others to see how I may look. I often compare height and age as well. Its just something I do and I'm sure you have your thing too emoticon

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