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Friday 8/19

Friday, August 19, 2011

Good Morning!

My glucose came in at 167 this morning....

I'm really glad that it's Friday and atleast for a few days I can try and relax and not have to work....it's been a busy week!

Last night I had some spicey chicken tikki masala (indian food)...awesome!

I had a great work out yesterday with Randy and I'm really proud of myself for staying consistent with my exercise & eating throughout the last stressful month...it's actually getting a little easier and feels as though maybe I've made it to the other side of getting back into a healthy routine...one step at a time, showing up for myself!
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    You've made so much progress! Keep it up, and keep your heart safe and healthy. You'll love the you on the inside with every step you take to being the man you've always dreamed of. The one person no one should quit on is themselves. And you're becoming a role model for each person fighting to move from an unhealthy emotional and relationship place, to a better and more healthful one. Well done!
    3594 days ago
    Hope you have a great weekend!
    3594 days ago
    Keep on paying attention to those steps - one at a time.

    3594 days ago
    Hope you have a relaxing weekend. Sounds like you need it!!
    3594 days ago
    Sounds great buddy. Enjoy your weekend.

    Take care and stay healthy

    3594 days ago
    Woo hoo! Have a great weekend Ryan....ps..love that indian food...the spicier the better!
    3594 days ago
    Good work Ryan! I like it that you have so much insight on your progress. Consistency is the key! I am working on that one myself! Take care & have a great weekend, Kathleen
    3594 days ago
    I love that - "showing up for myself!" THAT is what it takes! Keep it up - I am doing that too! Going for it every single day of the life I´ve been given.
    3594 days ago
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