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Well, I did it.

Gallycat points there now. I promise not to move anymore.

One last weigh-in here before I move it totally over:
down another 3 pounds for a total of 16, despite a craptastic late-night Denny’s run on Tuesday night where I had more than 40 points in one sitting. Granted, most days I’m five points short…


Weigh In

I’m using Flock Browser now (www.flock.com), which is great considering all my social media accounts. Should help me stay dialed in, so to speak. I’ll let you know soon whether it’s the best thing ever. 🙂 Basically, in the sidebar, I have access to all my status update thingies — twitter and facebook, for instance, and can post to just about any of my blogs using the editor I’m using right now.

For my weigh in, I’ve synchronized my starting weight on my different tracking services. So the “total” numbers should be consistent across my various log-ins, which they weren’t before. This week, week 4, I’m:

-Down 3 pounds, and
-Have lost a total of 13 pounds since Ash Wednesday.

I’ve started with a weight routine I do two times a week–mostly arm and shoulder stuff. And three times a week I do one of the Jennifer Kries‘ workouts from her method series.

I’m not feeling well, either. Sneezy and sinusy and icky. But not feeling really sick, either. Seems a bit early for allergy season since there’s only the faintest hit of yellow-green — early early buds — on the trees, but that’s the sort of ick that I feel.

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Weigh in!

Week 3: Down two pounds. Weight watchers is fussing at me for losing too fast, but I made a rather drastic change in how I approach food and exercise and I’m really not regretting it in the least. I know there’s a risk of my metabolism slowing down, but I don’t think that’s happening. My energy levels are so much higher.

I’ve asked DFH to take some before-pictures for me.

Weigh in!

Friday is weigh in day, and I’m down 4 pounds. More importantly, I can fit into the next size down jeans again. Well, some of them, anyway.

Also, one of the groundhogs that lives in these parts was poking around today, three weeks late, not seeing his shadow. Picked a heck of a day to wake up, though: the morning, we were getting pelted with crazy sleet. Didn’t get hit too hard by the storm, but was glad I didn’t have to go to the office, since a truck overturned on I-66 East.