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Went a little nuts

Monday, June 27, 2016

Whine alert... So I have been eating a little too much for a few days in a row but didn't think I had been that bad. But today I actually gained weight (1pound) according to the scale. Uggg. I'm thinking it's my body trying to hang on to my set point. I must find a way to get real and get back to that lower calorie range. It just feels aweful to think I need to eat that low just to maintain much less lose. So what did I do? Eat even more too much tonight! Uggg But I may be over reacting. I mean, I've been at my exercise class for a year and half and have only recently noticed some differences in strength. I've got to realize the eating thing will take time too. I need to eat less. I need to feel better because of it. My stomach has been aching from over eating and the junk. I also need to lose some weight to hold back some looming health issues. I need healthy food to feed my body right. I need to be that health nut person. I need to be. Part of this is the 4th week weakness. Been nearly 4 weeks since starting this time, and I often struggle here on. Usually dont get much further really. But I've got to push through this time. I just need to DO it. Will get back to it now.
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  • no profile photo CD16613075
    Weight loss is not a physical challenge like it is a mental challenge. Push through this week, as you know it is a weak spot nd try to stay focused and aware. I know you can do this!
    1609 days ago
  • JOYOFMYLIFE
    I am trying to take it one day at a time and not feel bad about a little setback. Tomorrow is a whole new day and a whole new beginning! Stay strong, you can do this.
    1609 days ago
  • SWEATHERH
    Be kind to yourself!
    1609 days ago
  • KIMBERLY6664
    Hummmmm I can do it
    1609 days ago
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