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MT Day 19

Life has been very busy for me lately. The challenge has been to not revert to old habits. The good is I maintain every day thus far with the physical exercise. I am doing somewhat better with my actual food intake. I am not where I desire to be but getting closer.

I am able to maintain positive thoughts although I blog about current and political events. My family continues to be my greatest source of stress. As I work to get a new business of the ground. I continue to seek financing to get my house ready for habitation. Moving into my own home will reduce much of my environmental stress( my family).

One big piece of news that has made a huge difference in my life is a new bra. Confession session alert. I have been buying bras based on a measurement I got many years ago after the birth of my 13 year old. Reviewing some of the videos I have posted I had to ask myself, WTL!?!?? I noticed my midsection appeared larger than what I saw in the mirror. The problem turned out to be my mammary glands resting in my lap. My new measurement confirmed what I had denied for years, I have huge boobies. I am not the C cup of my dreams. However having the correct cup size makes a world of difference. I encourage every woman to have measurements taken at least once a year.

Ok I have a few more moments on the bike. More vids later.

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