Starting over

Monday, January 31, 2011

My life always seem to revolve around my weight. Isn't that sad. I lose weight, I gain weight. It is such a vicious cycle.

I am restarting. Hoping to learn better this time. Trying to make it more about life changes, less about weight loss. Last time my journey was about losing weight before dh came home from his deployment. He is back now. Since he has returned I have gained 20 lbs, 20 lbs!!! I do not blame it on him. I blame it on me. The readjusting was hard. It took awhile for us to get back to us. It is still a work in progress. In that span I lost sight of what I was doing and how great I felt just a year ago.

So I am going back to that place. Starting fresh. Hoping to regain that zest and excitement I had last time. Trying to not look at is has a job. I wish I blogged more about my experience last time so I could go back to that. I am going to try to blog more this time about my experience so I have it to look back on.

So here is to a fresh start.

Starting back at 163 lbs.
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    Yay for fresh starts!!! I've been in the same 7-10 pound range for the past year, but have been letting it get to the heavier side, and I don't like it, either.

    As much as I like variety in my food/diet, I'm finding that some things don't need to change all the time. Breakfast is one of those things: I like my english muffin and half a grapefruit. If I start to think about eating something else, it throws me for a loop!
    3523 days ago
    I'm starting back at 161 myself. I got sick and off the exercise wagon, and its hard to get back on track. I too have had a back and forth journey with weight loss. I'd like to stay at a healthy weight, and not keep the back and forth yo-yo. I'm trying for a lifestyle change, not just a diet this time. I think that's where I faltered in the past. Good luck!
    3526 days ago
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