Week 25 Results:
Start (9/1/09): 234.8 

Week 18 (1/7/10) 205.7  (+1.6)
Week 19 (1/14/10) 205.9  (+0.2)
Week 20 (1/21/10) 205.3 (-0.6)
Week 21 (1/28/10) 203  (-2.3)
Week 22 (2/4/10) 203.3  (+0.3)
Week 23 (2/11/10) 204.6 (+1.3)
Week 24 (2/18/10) 204.1 (-0.5)
Week 25 (2/25/10) 204.4 (+0.3)

Total Loss: 30.4 pounds in 25 weeks

Comments: This whole “new lifestyle” is starting to get old.  Don’t stone me. This morning after another shitty weigh-in, I came to work with my boring breakfast and saw my skinny coworkers chowing down on chocolate gravy and biscuits. No, seriously. I was like, you’ve gotta be kidding me.  Anyway, nothing new to report here. I watched what I ate (could have done much better tho), exercised four days, and drank lots of water. Still the same yo-yo effect going on. I know it’s my food,  had a few bumps in the road this week. Next week I’m gonna try to keep track of calories better and see how that goes. I was looking forward to a  good number because I actually behaved ALL weekend, with no drinking OR baking! But that’s the way the cookie crumbles (ha.)  It’s kinda pointless to have a weight loss blog when you gain and lose the same pound or two for two months!

Perfect Ten Update (Week 8):

Walk/Jog 100 miles (by the end of the challenge)–I did 11 miles this week, for a total of 68 for the challenge. That leaves 32 miles to do in two weeks. Yikes. For an exercise-hater like me, that’s not good to hear.

-Do strength training/toning exercises three times a week (via DVD’s and the Wii Biggest Loser game)–Only once this week.

-Complete 3 sections of my big writing project–I didn’t get any writing done this week.

-Lose ten pounds–LOL.

-Set at least one goal for the day, no matter how small, and reach it, everyday. –This one is still going well, everyday.

-Drink at least 80 ounces of water each day–5 out of 7 days, pretty good.

Something unknown about myself: I own over 1300 wrestling tapes/DVD’s. I’m a collector 🙂

That’s it for this week. Hope everyone is doing well in their own diet/exercise program.

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