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Hey Rebels, I need some help.  I am clawing my way back on the wagon after a disastrous 11 months of falling off.  You know what I realize?  I realize that my mental/emotional hurdle may have been squashed by the huge advantage of knowing that I feel better when I eat well and exercise.  That is huge for me.  Here is what I need.  I need people to keep me accountable.  I am going to start treating this thread as my food/activity journal.  If anyone out there is willing to follow me and, say, give me a shout when I haven't posted anything that day, I would much appreciate it. 

 

Here we go.

 

So, today, I woke up late for the paper route again, so again, I had to drive to work. 

I had about a cup of slow cooker shredded pork(without sugary sauce) for my breakfast.  I know It is not ideal, but that's what I got.

For my lunch, I have a romaine, cucumber, mushroom, and cheese salad. 

For snacking and to put on my salad, I brought a cup and a half of shredded, roasted chicken that I made last night.  YUM!

My supper is already put together as well, I am having more of that shredded pork on low carb tortillas with romaine and cheese. 

 

My carb count for the day is under 20.  Will return with activity levels later in the day. 

 

On a side note, I love my Galaxy S4 with built-in Samsung Health App.

 

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Make up a challenge!  You can go here to the Level 1 Rebel's guild and form a bunch of friends who will give you all the accountability you'll need!  Week 3 of the current challenge is this week, so you're missing the first two weeks, but jump in anyway!

 

If challenges aren't a big thing, you can also try to create a Daily Battle Log and grab people to that for a daily dose of accountability!

 

Good luck!

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Challenge: RisenPhoenix Turns to Ash

 

"The essence of koryu [...is] you offer your loyalty to something that you choose to regard as greater than yourself so that you will, someday, be able to offer service to something that truly is transcendent." ~ Ellis Amdur, Old School

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