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Saturday, April 10, 2010

I've landed. I'm tired. I'm content. I'll start logging my food and fitness again tomorrow.

I'm nervous about what these 10 days of vacation, not logging and not making the healthiest of choices have done to my body. It has not been disastrous. But too much bread with almost every meal, steaming hot from the oven to go with the obligatory hummus, babaganush, tahine... some fried foods... delicious, refreshing, fresh squeezed juices... fresh fruit for dessert - a la mode...

I've been walking an average of 10,756 steps per day. Snorkeling a bit three of the days. Lounging a lot - compensating for a winter's worth of vitamin D deficiency emoticon

Monday is my weigh-in day. No matter what it says, it'll all be good. No judgement. It's a journey. It's a process. It's all feedback. It's all progress.

Thank you all for your comments on my previous blogs! I'm so encouraged to read every single one of them
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    "everything in moderation, including moderation"
    Glad you had a nice trip! Snorkeling sounds like fun!
    4120 days ago
    Hej! WOW! Visst är ddt härligt när det går åt rätt håll när man inte vågat tro annat än att det skulle gå åt fel håll!
    Känner vi igen dig när vi ses? Snart dax för ett nyt foto för nu måste det börja synas att du dalat i vikt.
    Märks det på kläder?
    Vi hörs!
    4121 days ago
    It seems to me like you are doing it really well - those 10000 stpes are impressing. You are building a structure for the future and it is then quite normal to have days when you let your plan loosen a bitI bet you ate a little less than you would have done if you had not been on spark people at all!

    Today is the day that counts - yesterday is history and tomorrow is unknown... wecome back, happy to see you!
    4122 days ago

    Comment edited on: 4/11/2010 1:14:41 AM
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