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Hanging on...

Saturday, November 20, 2010

I haven't been around much lately. Seriously had a desire to loose some weight but lacked the follow thru to carry it out. There's 6 weeks till we ring in 2011. I can either enter the new year the same as I did this year or get a jump start on 2011 and loose 5 lbs.

I'm going to choose the 5lbs. I know this is not the time to begin eating healthy and exercising with all the temptations to eat. But why not now? Somewhere along the way I have to learn to say NO. No to cookies. No to cheese balls. No to candies. No to junk food. This doesn't mean I'll always NO but for the next 6 weeks they are very limited.

Monday I'll weigh in. That will be my starting weight. Tomorrow is 1 of 2 Thanksgiving dinners. I've made a cranberry salad (without the whip topping) , garden salad, green beans and Pumpkin muffins (spice cake mix & 1 can of pumpkin). I will eat only what I can put on 1 plate besides my salad. No temptations tomorrow as in-laws don't make the good dressing. Thursday that is a different story. Oyster dressing. We only have it every other year. Again I will have to make wise choices and limit myself to 1 plate.

Blessings

Dixie

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  • NANCYLEE46
    Sounds like you have recommited to eating healthier.
    Just take small steps and don't set yourself up to give up.

    Love your Thanksgiving day choices.

    Don't forget to get some fitness in and come visit your teams for added support to keep the momentum going.
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    Nancy
    3595 days ago
  • CARROT143
    YOU GO GIRL!!!!! What a great goal and I decided I'll make it my goal too, hope you don't mind. You can do this and so can I - let's keep the holidays in perspective knowing we want to start the new year smaller than we are today. emoticon
    3595 days ago
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