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Wednesday, January 21, 2015

So, I've been consistently logging into SparkPeople for a little over two weeks. Yes!

Yesterday I started school. I started it off with a (very) unhealthy breakfast. Hah. I saw a recipe on Facebook and I had everything I need to make it. I just couldn't resist. I made a grilled cheese out of Texas cheese fries. It was delicious, but never again. ROFL. School was great. I had two big breaks, but trying to find my way around campus, I didn't have as much time to stop and take nutritional breaks. Tomorrow I will be better about keeping my water bottle full (and drinking it during class!) and making sure that I eat a lunch.

I've lost another two pounds. I'm a little surprised because this past week I haven't been the greatest of eaters. Like, seriously, no. Lol. We ordered Chinese food on Saturday and picked up a couple of Redbox videos. We also picked up junk food and soda. I lived off of that for the weekend. Regardless, I will gladly take those two pounds! So far I am at 4 pounds total. Yay!

This next week I really want to focus on eating better. I've been kind of winging my meals (but counting calories). This week I want to eat better as a whole. We will see how this goes!
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  • no profile photo CD13114729
    It sounds like you have a great plan for this coming week. What's done is done and we can only control what we do from this point forward! Congrats on the loss! You are on a bit of a streak it seems! emoticon I know the Blue Lions will gladly help motivate to keep going with it!
    2070 days ago
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    Congrats on the consistency! Eating well is always the hardest thing for me to do, too. I started sneaking veggies into 2/3 meals that I make (lunch and dinner) and eventually it just stuck!

    Good luck!
    2070 days ago
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