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Monday, March 21, 2016

I haven't blogged in awhile so as long as I am resetting goals, I will add this one. At least once a week, hoping it will motivate me and perhaps even motivate someone else.

I have got to stop this spiral of losing 2 pounds and then gaining them + 2 more. So it is the 154 to 158 seesaw ride that I am sick of. I need to have a regular exercise program to include strength training. And I have got to stop buying chocolate and BBQ chips. And chorale in the pasta and bread overload. I need to weigh 145...no more, no less. I need to feel even better than I do.

So here goes. I wrote them down. It's a start to emoticon
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    You're on your way. YOu have the determination.
    1430 days ago
    emoticon Now you have goals.

    Thanks for the inspiration. I've been bouncing around on a plateau and that is no fun. Here's to both of us going down this spring.

    1430 days ago
    You got the start and you are going to do this. I have exactly the same problem. I need to get to 145 from 155 and it just seems I go from 148 to 155 and back and forth. We can do this! I just started strength training 3 times a week at Planet Fitness. Love it there.

    1430 days ago
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    1430 days ago
    I know I don't blog about my weight, because (I feel) my life is so much more than a # on a scale.
    I have recently added Bone Broth to my daily nutrition. I have 8oz in AM, before my coffee. I have a 2nd cup an hour before bed. It seems to be flushing my system & the scale has moved.
    (GOOGLE Bone Broth)
    Now that my foot is feeling better, I'm building back to my 4mi/day.
    So.... just blog about anything.... we'll read it!
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    1430 days ago
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