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Feeling discouraged, but not giving up!

Wednesday, February 17, 2010

I'm feeling a bit discouraged by my numbers from last week. It's not that I didn't expect it--after all, my eating has not been great the past week, and plus with the snow it has been harder for me to get to the gym. It's just depressing to see the numbers on the scale go up instead of down. I was pretty down on myself last night but as always throughout this, my husband has been incredibly supportive of me and is trying to keep me from giving up on myself.

I just need to get myself back on track and make sure that I'm doing all the right things from now on--and not beat myself up if I make a few mistakes here and there. That's going to happen, because no one is perfect, least of all me. Here's to a better week this week!
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  • SHIPESTA
    you can definitely do this and get back on track - you just took a detour, no big deal, it's not like you changed the destination point.
    4071 days ago
  • MR_UNDER_300
    We all have off weeks, just keep plugging along.
    4071 days ago
  • SOOTHINGGLOW
    You can do this!!! Your hubby won't give up on you and neither will you!!! Take it one day at a time and before you know it, youll wake up one day and be in a completely different place! But, you gotta keep putting one foot in front of the other to get there! You are worth it! When you stumble, just keep going! It's not a big deal until you stop! emoticon Besides who knows how great tomorrow could be??? emoticon
    4071 days ago
  • KITTYKITTEMMING
    Just keep plugging away. Those numbers will eventually move. With all the snow, shovelling is a great cardio activity. :)
    4071 days ago
  • X_SPARKY_RED
    For days like these, "snow days", get a cheap, (or whatever) and easy video with pilates, (for strength, flexiblity, etc) or yoga (for peace of mind! LOL) or any kind of video, to get up and move, so you aren't having a vasted day... or find some good workouts, that you use your body, or things at home that doesn't take up much space. that way, you can still feel productive.

    One thing I tell people, to help with the eating,
    Watch your SALT! (it causes retention around the midsection)
    that will help towards eating good!

    I hope that you will get back on track!
    good luck.
    4071 days ago
  • AMYMOMOF2LS
    Your going to do GREAT!! I love what Richard says that every day is a New Beginning...I sometimes have to take it down to every Hour is a new hour...We are all going to struggle here and there it is just how you take that sturggle and deal with it!! It looks like you already have a GREAT Plan!! And just remember that when you are having a hard time...The next Min is a NEW one..So pick your self back up, dust yourself off, and know that the Next Min, hour, day is going to be Even more AMAZING than the last!! :) I hope you have a GREAT Day1!! Keep up the hard work!!!
    Amy
    4071 days ago
  • RWF2001
    just remember that each new day is a NEW beginning... dont carry over any baggage from yesterday. Remember: that today is the first day of your life :o) . peace, richard (rwf2001)
    4071 days ago
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