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Day 2 of 100

Wednesday, May 21, 2014

I got up half hour early so I could exercise on the elliptical for 30 min. It was good to exercise first thing in the morning again. I know it will be tough to do some days especially when I have my grandkids come at 6:45 am ( I might end of doing the elliptical in the afternoon when they are napping.).

I made a yummy vegetable & scrambled eggs for breakfast.

My Daily Goals:

1. Track ALL food & exercise emoticon
2. Drink 8-10 glasses of water (minimum of 64 oz) emoticon
3. Exercise a minimum of 30 minutes emoticon
4. Eat 5 servings of freggies
5. High protein breakfast emoticon
6. Eliminate morning snack emoticon
7. Blog Daily emoticon

I am blogging early because I have a class tonight. I will be skipping supper to get there in time, so I will probably just have a protein bar. I won't be getting in the 5 servings of freggies today.
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    Great job Carrie! You are doing a great job at being creative on getting the exercise in.
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    2093 days ago
    Great Job emoticon Keep up the good work.
    2096 days ago
    Way to go getting up early to exercise again!! I remember you always used to do that! But sneaking it in during nap sounds doable!!
    Sounds like a yummy bkfst yest., too! You know, if you can have some advance notice of these meetings, you could fix ahead a "freggie-full" dinner to throw in the microwave and eat before said mtg.! Or if you really haven't even got that much time, fix it ahead and eat it after the meeting!
    You're doing this, sweetie!! Keep on keeping on!! (((HUGS)))
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    2097 days ago
    Way to keep the momentum going!!
    Just take it one day at a time (I love that old song!!)

    2097 days ago
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