--Whittle down inches off my body for comfort. --This means getting to a healthy weight, but not focusing on weight alone. --Re-learn self-control and healthy moderation without feeling deprived.
--Work-out at least four times per week. --Healthier in-between meal snacks. --One SMALL piece of chocolate at work, if any allowed. --One dessert per day (small). --Moderation (Lifestyle Diet).
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Hi Peppie!! I'm finally back. Thanks for all your notes I feel so blessed to have someone like you keeping tabs and not giving up on me. I'll be catching up on your blog posts this week. I'm looking forward to seeing what all has been going on with you :) I hope you've had a super Christmas. ((hugs))
Thank you for your incredibly sweet comment on my blog. It's so nice to have someone to cheer me on! I'm not incredibly concerned about my vacation because I already assume I'll probably gain some during that time. But if I can do better than I did before, that's progress, right? So with ample opportunities to overindulge, I'm going to see just how much I can listen to my body's cues when enough is enough. I will certainly feel better about myself if I'm not feeling stuffed all the time.
Okay, so the new gym has spinning classes ALL the time. I walked by one on Sunday and it looked pretty cool. My question: do I just show up? Do I need to know anything? Will I be able to make it through a class? It says "cycling shoes optional", so I can just wear my regular sneakers? Do they ask if you are a newbie? I'm scared!!! (but also excited)