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Elevator ride

Sunday, August 22, 2010

Dear Blog

Since mid-July I've been on my own personal elevator. up and down from 165 to 163. Ok I admit I haven't "always" watched every bite I put in my mouth but it hasn't been that excessive my cal range is 1200-1500 and I've tried to stay at the 1200 level but I've had a few days it's been close to that 1500 level. I've still been working out and sometimes even worked out harder than I was and my body is feeling it right now especially in my knees. It used to be only my left knee hurt all the time now my right knee is hurting too.

I haven't been getting a lot of sleep and I'm tired, really tired. I've been up to 12:30 - 1 am and then getting up for work at 5-5:30. I don't get a lot of time to relax on weekends I have too many chores to fit into my schedule and I seem to be rushing all the time. I always seem to have some place I have to be and I'm always rushing to get there. I've even packed my own food and treats to keep me on track but I'm eating on the run and I mean that literally I'm eating standing up eating most of the time. Right now I feel like I'm getting a cold or a sinus thing my head was all stuffed up this morning and it's hard to breathe. I feel worn out and when I weighed myself this morning and I was up to 166 I was really disappointed with that number.

I have my bed to strip and change the bed clothes, laundry to do today, dishes to put away, a trip to my parent's house and my kids to take care of. I better get started! bye Blog!


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    I would suggest trying calorie cycling. You can read how I did it on my SparkPage if you're interested.
    3911 days ago
    Wow. I think you need a hug and a vacation!!! I dearly hope that you can find a way to relax, get some good sleep, and some "me" time. You deserve it!!!

    3911 days ago
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