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About LynnyLee

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  • Birthday 08/07/1982

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  1. Back again, to say that I'm still here. Goal #1 Been at about 75% on this one. With all the moving there's been a lot of lifting built in, but as we've gotten more and more heavy stuff taken care of I'm going to have to start hitting up the gym more often. Goal #2 Only about 50% on this one. It seems that when push comes to shove and I have to eat on the run fruits and veggies are the first thing to go. Goal #3 Packing has been automatic. Unpacking not so much. We've still got boxes galore. Revising the goal to unpacking at least one box a day. So far at 100%, but my desire to keep this
  2. Ok, still here, I promise. Had to take a week off due to the move. I'll be back on track soon.
  3. I'd call it an intent to 75%
  4. Congrats on the 5K. Glad the knee issue didn't keep you from doing it. Good job on the going to bed early and lack of bad snacking. Hopefully you can keep it up for the rest of the challenge and beyond.
  5. Accountability is the big thing for me with these challenges too. Even when I don't come anywhere close to my goals I still feel like I got a lot done.
  6. Walls happen. Concentrate on the fun and positive. Got three weeks left in this challenge. Tear them up!
  7. Week 4 Day #1 Stupid day Goal 1 - working out Missed dance. Had a computer go down at work I was there until 8 o'clock getting it back up. Goal 2 - fruit and veg Orange at breakfast and carrots at lunch. By the time I got done with work the baby was already in bed, so I just heated up a can of cheesy broccoli soup and the went to bed. I'm counting that as 2.5. Goal 3 - clearing the house Didn't happen Week 4 Day #2 Kids all day Goal 1 - working out Took a walk with the boys. Goal 2 - fruit and veg Didn't really get a whole meal at any point, but I did eat an orange, a bowl of gr
  8. Nothing like a challenge to get you going, huh? Glad to see you're on track with your other goals too.
  9. Oh, Arby's is my biggest junk food weakness. I've learned to skip the fries and soda and just get a bigger sandwich, or get a kid's meal.
  10. Week three recap Goal 1 Did it. Got in three workouts Yay! Goal 2 Missed a few fruit and veggie opportunities. got 95% though. Goal 3 Not so good. I gave myself half points for the days I got other move related stuff done. Still only at 57%. Better than bad, but not good.
  11. Week 3 Day #5 Nothing out of the ordinary Goal 1 - working out Did a yoga video before bed Goal 2 - fruit and veg Banana with breakfast. Carrots at lunch. Had dinner with the sister and BIL. Fortunately I have converted them to the cult of the avocado. Goal 3 - clearing the house Didn't clear anything, but I spent a chunk of the afternoon dealing with mortgage paperwork. Week 3 Day #6 Took the kids to the science center Goal 1 - working out Walked all over the science center. Took my pedometer and it clocked a mile and a half. Seems about right since I spent most of
  12. Doing well. A little behind on workout goals thanks to my anniversary celebration, but I should be able to make that up tonight. Wonder how the rest of the team is doing.
  13. Week 3 Day #4 Nothing eventful Goal 1 - working out Now that husband is home I can go to the gym much easier. As soon as the kiddo was in bed I ran out to the gym and got in a long walk/jog. Goal 2 - fruit and veg Banana at breakfast, orange at lunch and carrots at dinner. Goal 3 - clearing the house Found a basket of random crap on a high shelf in the bathroom. It had a bunch of the most random crap. A ton of perfectly ponytail holders, samples of various items that were still good. Had some stuff that was expired, and all of that went into the trash, but the good stuff has been move
  14. My condolences. I'm glad to hear you're using this as an inspiration to do something positive in your life.
  15. I can see that. I've looked at models in magazines/on TV/in advertisements etc. before and thought "Even if I did lose weight I wouldn't look like that." I can see how that sort of thinking can lead to a "Why bother, pass the cheetos" scenario. It's probably different for everyone though. There might be people who are inspired by those images. I am not one of them though.
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