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My Tracker Makes It Look Like I Gained Weight Recently*

Saturday, January 07, 2012

... but actually, I lost a couple of pounds since the holidays. I just hadn't updated the ticker after Christmas, because I couldn't bear to have it be right back at the very beginning again.

I finally made the tracker accurate this morning, and I had to go "backwards" about a pound. But I just wanted to document here that the healthy eating and exercise I've been doing has been paying off for the last week or so.

Anyway, I am eating healthy and focusing mainly on doing my cardio. I'm not being super strict about tracking nutrition all the time, because it's not a sustainable long-term plan for me, and I kind of feel like I lost weight too quickly when I did that (too quickly meaning too easy to gain it back, I suppose... and possibly too quickly for me to figure out what a sustainable longterm goal weight is)

I'm just working on doing more exercise, and controlling portion size, eating my veggies, and I'll see how that goes for a while. I am tracking nutrition most days of the week, but I'm not being religious about it.

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    Lol at "does my tracker make me look fat" :D

    Thanks for the giggle :)
    3184 days ago
    sounds good to me.i have to update my tracker as well ,put on wait but hope to loose it again so wondering weather to weight before updating tracker,lol. emoticon
    3187 days ago
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    Do whatever works for ya Zen! and you're right, "Does this tracker make me look fat?" hysterical!
    3188 days ago
    * this title is kind of a joke... it sort of makes me think of "Does this tracker make me look fat?" or something silly like that. Not sure if that makes sense.. I'm not very articulate at the moment.
    3188 days ago
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