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Weight Loss Update - August 2014

 
 
So I'm back on Weight Watchers. MFP just doesn't work for me. Weight Watchers does the trick. Since rejoining on the 9th of August (I think...) I've lost about 10 lbs. I say about because my weight tends to fluctuate between 5-10 lbs daily...I'm not joking. I hate it. Anyway, I've also started a waling regime with some co-workers and because of that I can tell that I'm losing inches. I don't keep track of inch measurement...maybe I should start...but there have been several indications.
 
1. My watch is loose. It used to pinch my wrist now I have a little sliding action.
2. My maxi dresses/skirts are longer, I'm assuming it's because there's less of my wideness taking up the material.
3. My shirts hang more loosely. I wish my pants would be looser but hey, I'll take what I can get.
4. A few people have told me my face appears slimmer. IDK. I can kind of tell but not really.
5. My shoes are bigger on my feet.
 
Here are my goals for September (I know it's early but I need the next week or so to get my mind right):
 
1. Lose 20 lbs.
2. Work out at LEAST 3 times a week (5 per week is the ultimate goal)
3. No sodas. I was doing really well on this but the afterschool snack cart is back at work and things are just all messed up.
4. Walk 75 miles (I see a lot of people doing the 100 mile challenge but I don't want to set myself up for failure)
5. Work my way up to 10 continuous rotations with my fitness hoop (I'm gonna post about this soon).
 

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