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Hump day

Wednesday, January 28, 2015

Middle of the week..feel like its a struggle to keep losing the same 5-10 pounds over and over. Scale goes down, then creeps back up. No matter of intake of food or effort in exercise. This is my second real attempt at losing, first was just walking for stress relief. I do admit the more active I am, the more active I want to be and look forward to being. ...and then there are the times I feel like the person on the outside looking in..I know my mind is my own worst enemy when not kept busy. Trying to be responsible and accountable for actions or lack of. Everything done or not is a choice that was once made. Keeping it real! Every day is a new day to make a better choice or to try something different!☀😉
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  • BEBARB149
    Yes. Weight goes up and down. A little too much salt today, hormones at play tomorrow. Ugh. Maybe find an outfit you like that's in the back of your closet because it's just the little bit to small and try it on each day. You may find it's a better indicator of how your lifestyle changes are effecting your body than the scale. Hang in there.
    2296 days ago
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    I know how hard that is. I do not always weigh myself as a result, just like the person who goes by the name "Be The Change." She has given you the right kind of advice. I'm going to do some T-Tapp to help me, intensify my weight-loss program, though they say I do not have to exercise with the wheat belly diet. With T-TAPP exercises, less is more, because of the intensity & the various muscles that are used @ the same time, to reach your goals.

    Keep on getting back on your horse & ridding, into the sunset, until you reach your goals.

    2296 days ago
    Try to ignore the scale for a bit and just stick to your plan. Weight can fluctuate for various reasons. Keep doing the right things and it will eventually move in the right direction.
    2296 days ago
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