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Thursday, July 08, 2010

When I look back to the first time I tried SP last summer it's kind of frustrating. I weighed 27 pounds more back then and once I started SP immediately started losing weight. This time it's been a week or two and I haven't lost any =/ But I did go to vegas.....and 4th of July BBQ was pretty horrible for the healthy eating. SO I guess it's definitely my fault. I'll just try to keep those cant help but let it happen events to a minimum. I wasn't gonna not drink or eat a buffet in Vegas. That just wasn't gonna happen haha. But at one of my close friends' 21st birthday party I only had 1 1/2 shots! which is pretty amazing for me/the people there. =D

I'm doing well now though. I've successfully not eating cheese Tuesday Wednesday and today. I'm pretty sure the last time that happened it was because I was in China. And I passed on getting boba last night. Starting up on SP again really shows me how badly I've been eating this year. It's kind of amazing that I only gained 10-15 pounds actually. Hopefully by summers end I'll have lost that plus 10 more. Well not hopefully. I WILL. Somehow. Someway.

Went to the beach yesterday to run and it HURT. I went to sunset beach near huntington and the shore is so steep it looks like I'm running with a limp. Good times. I'm gonna make the drive to newport next time to see how that beach is. Maybe Laguna? I hope this ridiculous southern california weather becomes normal again soon. It feels like 2012 is gonna come true....
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    Seal Beach is relatively flat and there's not too much debris to make running difficult. Also, running near the water edge is a lot easier on you and your ankles than running on loose, dry sand.

    Go for losing 1 or 2 pounds a week, if you want to set a goal to track. I remember we were losing weight at around the same rate when we started with SP. I don't think you have that much to lose, so it'll be slower than it was.
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