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Old 10-01-2022, 02:56 PM   #681
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I was 163.4 and I had enough so I threw out my zofran and pepcid this morning. I figured out the other day that they were the culprit of my increased hunger. The Zofran has done it before, it depends on the generic and I got the hungry generic this time. So far today I've just had my normal food staples. Lunchables, apple sauce, and protein products. I tried an iced coffee I didn't like and I had my usuaul morning Coke and an iced tea with Splenda. I'm around 1200 calories for the day.
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I'm around 1300 calories today which isn't too bad considering my lack of activity level. I was 161.8 today. Just a bit over 3 pounds to go before I'm back at 158.6
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I was doing so well until I got COVID in August and then then had my vacation as soon as I was well, so it's been hard to get back into the routine. Now I'm exactly a month out from going to the conference I'm presenting at and I'm determined to get some weight down so I can fit back into a few things and feel comfortable while presenting.

I've been doing well slowly getting back on the healthy routine, and feeling quite good about it now. I need to accountable and check in daily on this thread.

With Fall upon us, now the days are getting shorter which means I have to rearrange my work and life schedule again to be able to train outside (both myself and Andy) during daylight, and work at different times.

I can do this though. I can.
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