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the week that was...

Saturday, August 20, 2011

i think the week went well overall:

i worked out 4/6 days this week - wether i'll do something today is under debate still - and also got my cardio in by way of my 1,7mile walk/jog twice this week...it doesnt look like much now that i actually wrote it down, but i was feeling rather accomplished until now! LOL
anyway, i think the exersice portion of my week went ok, but i'm afraid i've been making some rather questionable food choices - chocolate, soda, bread, cake - for some reason i have had the urge to eat and eat and eat and eat - well you get the picture....it doesnt happen often and i wonder what's the trigger...i am on my period and maybe that's it, but i've never noticed before, i'll have to watch it from now on....
i want to drop two pounsd by the time i get on the scale next (which is end august)....i'm sick of seeing the scale go up....
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  • no profile photo MRSBLAK27
    Hey Lady,

    sounds like TOM had you, I get that way sometimes too.

    3003 days ago
    Good job! and yes, TOM does seem to be your contributing factor. I agree with mytime...do some exploring and see if anyone has some tricks...and then write them down...next time it happens, pull out your list and see how you can substitue, for example chocolate, with a chocolate protein shake instead.
    I started using the wheybolic protein shake from GNC..low in calories, carbs and high in protein...and they really fill me up and kill my chocolate craving! its great!

    Keep up the good work!
    3007 days ago
  • MYTIME001
    Hi There,
    Nice to see you blogging. Congratulations on the exercise!I've noticed other people posting about time of the month and wanting to eat lots. Seems like a common problem. Some posts also include ideas on how to work with this. Best of luck!

    3007 days ago
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