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a hard fought battle for such a small victory

Thursday, July 26, 2018

I broke down, gave in to curiosity, and got on the scale this morning.
I was satisfied. Not overly joyful, but definetly not mad.
I have lost 13 lbs since the last time I set my weight loss tracker on SP.
That was June 9th, so basically I have lost 2 ish lbs a week....which is pretty average I guess.
I had lost 7 lbs since July 1st.
That is slow in comparison to so many others who are doing low carb.
But I guess it is a loss and I will take it.
I am still 15 lbs away from my FIRST goal.
Which will bring me back to the low number I had in Nov 2016.
So, what I am doing now is re-losing the weight I had already lost and gained back.
I guess it is what it is, I am a slow loser and I just have to accept that.
But its been so tough, I have eaten less and cut more carbs and fat grams than I ever can recall and still such a slow weight loss.
I am just hoping this is the jumpstart phase and soon my metab will kick in and I will begin to lose more.
I guess a loss is a loss is a victory no matter how small.
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  • JOHNMARTINMILES
    Slow and steady wins the race - Aesop

    Keep on Keeping on!

    Make today the greatest day of your life!
    Until tomorrow!


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    “If you give up before your goal has been reached, you are a “quitter.” A QUITTER NEVER WINS, AND A WINNER NEVER QUITS. Lift this sentence out, write it on a piece of paper in letters an inch high, and place it where you will see it every night before you go to sleep, and every morning before you go to work”
    - Napoleon Hill
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  • GEORGE815
    Good job. A slow loser is a great loser. Keep the good work up.
    499 days ago
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