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Day 6 taking baby steps

Tuesday, March 06, 2012

My baby steps slowed to a crawl! emoticon
Woke up dizzy today and stayed that way all day.

Did good eating breakfast and lunch, but didn't balance calories right throughout the day and ended up overeating dinner! emoticon

Water intake was not good today! emoticon

No exercise except my keys flying across the keyboard.

Will try harder tomorrow! emoticon

Have a great evening and healthy tomorrow and I'll try to also! emoticon emoticon
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  • JENRYAN9278
    You're doing great! It takes time and you are back... That's the first step :) We are doing it together!!! Sending hugs and lots of rest your way! emoticon
    3427 days ago
    I agree that you might need to rest up a little. It's okay to have a day off.
    3429 days ago
    Get some rest, GF. It sounds like you need it! emoticon
    3429 days ago
  • REBECCA180
    Hi, Nice to meet you!
    I read some of your old posts and see you you're a returning Sparker just as I am. My first few weeks back were so, so hard. It brought up quite a few feelings, and all the tracking, counting and measuring seemed like too much work. Sometimes it doesn't seem like enough food, sometimes I miss indulging. It is getting easier though.
    I'm not pushing myself too much with the exercise, but try to walk a minimum of 30 minutes a day and do some strength training every other day. If I do more, (hike, bike, longer walks) it's a bonus.
    Good luck to you, welcome back and thanks for the encouragement!
    3429 days ago
  • WILLOW49
    We all have one of those days now and again. Put it behind you, move forward; tomorrow will be a better tday! (Still time to get some water in today!)
    3429 days ago
    Hang in there! emoticon Just keep moving forward, don't look back, you'll reach your goals! emoticon
    3429 days ago
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