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January Reflection

Monday, February 02, 2015

So at first I was going back and forth about blogging, but ultimately just feel the need to do it. So I'm pretty happy about my January accomplishments. I was only off by half a pound for my goal to lose at least 8lbs in January, but I'll take that. So here's the rundown for January

A) Pounds Lost: 7.4 emoticon
B) Inches Lost: 6.6 emoticon

I am very proud of myself for sticking with my workout routine and continuing to overcome my emotional eating. So here's to reaching my goals, no matter what! emoticon emoticon
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  • KIBAISREADY
    I don't know how I missed this blog emoticon emoticon .
    emoticon emoticon emoticon . We are doing it girl!
    1909 days ago
  • CHANCE04
    Oh yeah!!

    Blogging is so helpful, it helps clear my mind and own up to what I'm feeling and doing. Awesome job on those numbers. Keep rocking it out
    1930 days ago
  • LISAPERSISTS60
    What an awesome start to the year! It's wonderful that you were so close to your goals. Keep up the great work! emoticon emoticon
    1938 days ago
  • KNEEMAKER
    Reading your blog makes me realize that if I had worked like you, I could have lost 7.4 pounds instead of gaining 15 in January. Thanks for your blog! It motivates me to win this February by losing half of the 15 I gained back. Then March will be to lose the other half. I must do this and get headed back the right way. I was on a plateau for over 8 months and got frustrated. Your blog reminds me that it is all up to me and I must live by my mantra to "keep on keeping on!". It is all up to me. Thanks Fitwifey for reminding me what it is all about. Have a great February and I hope I can follow your lead.
    1940 days ago
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