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Tuesday, December 13, 2016

Reading old blog posts where I was frustrated about hitting 190.... Yeah, I wish I was 190 right now. That is one of my major goals is to get back to 180 and then keep going!

I've been having issues with committing lately.
Just keep eating bad food and missing my workouts. I joined a gym and went 3 times the first week.... have I been back since then.... Nope.... It has been almost 3 weeks since I've been there already.

I read that people will be at the lightest they will be for the next 6 weeks before Thanksgiving and did not want to be one of the statistics. I hopped on the scale on Monday and BAM the heaviest weight I've seen in awhile. Not good. So since then I have been watching my eating..... The whole day and a half of it but it will add up.

I am recommitting to being more mindful with my eating and hopefully getting back to my morning workouts that I was loving for awhile. Here's to stopping these unhealthy patterns and actually getting some results! Reading these old posts is making it clear that I am struggling with the same areas over and over again. I need to find ways to deal with my anxiety influencing my food choices and I really need to suck it up and track my food! It makes such a big difference instantly! Even if I don't look at the daily calories it just keeps me accountable.
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  • KELLIEBEAN
    I have had my days... weeks... months... of no motivation and missing the weight I had previously lost.

    Try not to think about the number on the scale! I know, I know but it does not define you. Think healthy habits... think more water than you're used to, think one more serving of a fruit or veggie you like, think walking laps on commercials when you watch tv, small squats when you brush your teeth. think small each day and those habits will grow.

    You deserve to be healthy! emoticon



    1140 days ago
  • KHEGLAW
    I can totally relate. You can do it! On the positive side, at least you made the decision to actually step on the scale so you know where you are and how to approach your new goals. Keep posting! We're here to support you all the way.
    1141 days ago
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