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100 Days of Transformation: Day 64

Tuesday, March 06, 2018

Sorry I haven't been blogging as well as I have at the beginning of the 100 days. So far I'm doing amazing. Still without sugar, still without soy, still not having alcohol, still gluten free and vegan.
I finally joined a gym and it's really been helping my energy levels. They were starting to dip in spite of the high dose of vitamin D and a sufficient amount of sleep. Now I'm at a point where if I don't have 8 hours, not only do I feel ok, but I feel much more alert than I did before at 8 hours of sleep.
My weight loss is at a beautiful 22 pounds this year (and since I started my personal 100 day challenge), 37 from my heaviest. I've also lost 12 1/2 inches between my neck, chest, waist, hips, and thighs. Sure, my muscles are aching but muscle fatigue is satisfying, and way better than the muscle spasms I usually get.
I do post daily updates on instagram, if anyone is interested. Just search for thegirlwhoconqueredseattle. I could really use the support. Love you all, 36 days until I finish this and change my project to 200 days of transformation!
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