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Routine.

Some wise words to keep in mind. Print it off, and paste it to your bathroom mirror or fridge. As most of my non-internet friends know, I fell off my wagon incredibly hard. I fell off, cracked my head on the concrete and declared myself unfit to exercise and eat healthy. Creatively speaking of course. […]

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Day 3.

Day 3, it’s only day 3. It hasn’t even been a week yet, and the first two days were flops. Okay, they weren’t complete flops, but they were still flops. I ate things I shouldn’t have. I didn’t eat enough. I didn’t get up and eat breakfast within a half hour. I know it’s hard. […]

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New Year Resoluation starts now.

Sunday, September 16, 2012 will mark the day that I restart everything. After a summer of frustration, lack of exercise, and yo-yo’ing, it’s time to restart my “life style” change. After a glorious 42 pound weight loss, I found myself jumping back and forth, and trying to eat “properly”. It shouldn’t have been difficult, but […]

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Water, drink it.

Have you had your 8 glasses of water today? I’m sure that most of you who are sitting here reading this haven’t passed 2 glasses so far. The experts say you should drink 8 oz of water per day. There have been articles to say that you should drink water according to your weight. I […]

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Reboot.

We all need one from time to time. It’s so easy to get caught up in doing little things that you don’t think will hurt your new eating habits, or your work our routine. Unfortunately all those little things will eventually turn into big things. And those big things can lead to set backs. Luckily […]

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Fat.

Noun: A natural oily or greasy substance occurring in animal bodies, esp. when deposited as a layer under the skin or around certain organs. Synonyms: noun. grease – tallow – suet – lard adjective. fatty – rich – thick – obese – stout – corpulent – greasy verb. fatten – feed up Not everybody likes […]

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In the beginning.

There I was, twenty-seven years of age, boyfriend finally moved in, I traveled to Boston & New Hampshire, I gained a new fur-baby, and 25 pounds. Wait a minute, roll it all back. Boyfriend moved in. Check. Traveled. Check. Adopted a kitten. Check. Gained 25 pounds. Fail. When that scale rolled over those numbers and […]

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