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Slimming Down Sunday

Week 4
Weight Change:  - 1.2 pounds :)
Total Difference: -8 pounds since post-Thanksgiving
Goal Progress:  2.2 pounds to go before mini-goal #1 on February 1st.



Notes:  I did great this week on lowering my caloric intake.  I'm sick too, so that is this weeks excuse for not working out (I'm noticing a correlation of excuses and not working out, are you?). Anyways, we did awesome this week not eating out, including the weekend which is also helping me stay on track.  I've got three days to make it to mini-goal one.  I'll see what the scale says then, but so far I am really happy with how I've been doing and have not felt defeated. **Bonus** I wore a pair of pants to work this week that had been hiding out in my closet since before I got pregnant.  Score!

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Blog hop.

Chasing Fireflies and Blissful and Wishful have teamed up for Slimming Down Sunday!


Do you have a post about weight loss tips/tricks/struggles/etc, nutrition, fitness, or related? Link it up!

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2. Link directly to any weight loss/nutrition/exercise related blog post. (No weigh-in necessary!)

That's it!

Then feel free to visit as few or as many of the other linked blogs to help find some extra motivation for the week!




Comments

  1. It's great that you are reaching your goals and happy with what you've been doing. I just discovered your blog and am excited to follow your progress :)

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