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september 2014

Monday, September 15, 2014

Still having trouble getting the tracking food routine down. Not really sure why. Maybe it is because it seems like I eat so much I would be tracking all the time. Sigh...I see the Sports Medicine Doctor tomorrow and hoping he will give me a shot in my right knee and maybe prescribe PT for my IT Bands. I went to Sam's Club this morning and I wasn't sure I was going to make it around the store.
I did make it through the store with only a few items. That was a good thing. I resisted the candy and chips. They sure were tempting. Got some grapes and frozen berries. Looking forward to some smoothies. I have an avocado, yogurt and almond milk. That will make a good one. The frozen berries, almond milk and yogurt with make a few more.
emoticon emoticon I would sure like to lose more weight as I have regained some I lost over the last two years. I am maintaining at this weight. That I am pleased about.

I was prescribed Seasonal Affective Disorder Light Therapy. I haven't started to notice a different yet. Hopefully I will this winter.

Maybe next blog I will have some goals to share. Until then, take care,

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    It's great to see a post from you. I have been wondering how you've been doing.

    I hope your September will be great.

    2357 days ago
    Angie, so glad to hear from you. Sorry about you knee and hope you can get some relief. Please let us know how you are doing.

    hugs...Mary Anne
    2359 days ago
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    good to hear you are doing well. nice to see you here again. glad you passed by those chips and candies. have a good week!
    2359 days ago
  • FRAN0426
    Good job on passing by the chips and candy. Hope you have success at the Dr. with getting a shot in your knee; also that they order PT for you too.
    2359 days ago
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