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10/24-27/2008 Danger Danger Curves ahead

Monday, October 27, 2008

I'm covering 3 days in one blog because I'm behind. Friday morning I woke up, looked in the mirror and was like,,, mmm look at those curves......lol.

Not a very good weekend nutrition wise. I was so busy all weekend I was under my calorie count 3 days straight... *groan* I was dong so well. When I did eat I ate healthy even allowed a treat of small piece of cheese cake and 3 T of ice cream. Just enough to taste.

Hair issues. I get my hair down every Saturday and have given into the only day it will look really cute is on Sunday. I try not to let my hair hinder my workouts because once I sweat what was bone straight goes back to the motherland ....lol. Which is okay because I love my natural hair . This week I decided that I wanted to at least have my hair still cute for Monday don't ask me why I just did. So that meant skipping my workout for Sunday although I did do a lot of moving just wasn't drowning in sweat and my early morning workout for Monday.

However, I'm on track for this evening for a super last chance workout. In fact I'm leaving work early to run with a friend and then after a meeting I'm going to meet the person I've been training and workout again.

All meals and snacks are planned for the day. I happily moved my ticker today as the scale was still very kind this week. Here's to hoping another 2lbs leaves this week as well.
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    Good luck at the scale today! Obviously the mirror is becoming your friend! (mmmm, curves! -love it!)

    I completely understand the hair thing! More than once, my hair looking good, has kept me from getting it all sweaty! Very sad!

    I sat in my mom's hospital room all week so I ate next to nothing! My scale was up 1/2! Frustrating!

    Have a great day, you curvy woman!
    4622 days ago
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