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Forum: Tidying God's Temple
 Topic: Weekend check in
Weekend check in [message #820353] Sat, 19 August 2017 14:57
Lisa T.  is currently offline Lisa T.
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Registered: April 2005
Location: New Hampshire
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Last weekend I was at dh's family reunion. I ate too much and exercised too little. Tried to make up for it this week. Why is it always so much harder to lose a pound than to gain one? Sad

How has your week been as far as eating goes?

I have still been eating out of boredom...lots of snacks, and they add up to too many calories. I am going to prep some fresh veggies and have them in the fridge for snacks, as soon as I finish this post!

How has your week been as far as exercise goes?
This has gone better--I went to aquafit every possible morning, and I met my step goal every day except one.

How is your progress toward your goal?
I have gained a pound. So, regression, not progress...Sad

What are your goals for the coming week?
I would like to lose the pound I gained, and another pound as well. I will be working three days this week and volunteering another day, so those are days I won't have time to snack. Hopefully that will make a difference.

How are you all doing this week?

Lisa T.

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