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Looking back at last week looking forward to next week

Tuesday, October 12, 2010

Looking back at last week looking forward to next week
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I forgive myself for having some food binges like last night cracker and peanut butter binge
Forgiving doesn't mean forgetting, so this week I will strat counting calorie three day in a row one day off
FITNESS AND NUTRITION

This week I am adding more strength and yoga exercise to my wii routine also I am not going to overdo the exercise. I think I might be pushing my fifties body too much.
Three things I will restrain myself from indulging in are:
1 trying not to snack on too much peanut butter cracker
2. I will try to stay away from pop.
3. I will tried to exercise less but more efficiently.

My power/go-to food this week is vegetable, fruit and water.
My main goal this week is to work on a diet lifestyle I can live with it.
Last week, I was having fun on my vacation this week I am back to taking my exercise and my food intake seriously.
[LIFE IN GENERAL

For my specially set-aside me time this week, I am going to read some romantic novels and I am taking a day off on Wednesday from work.

I'm going to tried not to worry about the work situation too much
.And I will STOP putting off counting calories.


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  • CARRAND
    Tracking the food is so important. I still have to do it after a year on SP. It keeps me honest.
    3388 days ago
  • BUCKHOLDT
    Forgive and forget. After you use the information that is. So, now that you used the information to plan next week, it is safe to forget.
    3389 days ago
  • NJMATTICE
    Way to set your sights on being your healthy best this week. Go get 'em!
    -Nancy
    3389 days ago
  • SWISHSTARNAN
    great goals, you can do it!
    3389 days ago
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