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2019 Ending Week 1 - 1.7 lbs Loss

Sunday, October 27, 2019

If I were to give myself a grade in the past week I would have to say a solid B+ yet considering the vast change in behavior admittedly I am not thrilled with all the effort I put in to only see a 1.7 lb loss. In fact at various times in the week I actually was seeing a no pound loss.

I was at the gym walking every single day except Saturday. Yesterday I simply wasn't feeling well. I have been logging my food. I have NOT had any fast food. Packed my lunches and ate during the day and and tracked my food. I had hoped to be off to a better start to give me a little momentum yet I am simply going to keep going.

Move forward making more positive choices and results will follow.

I can and I will.... Watch Me.

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    369 days ago
    Keep it up and it will happen. Nothing about lifestyle change is easy. You're doing great!
    369 days ago
    I get it. On one hand, 1.7 pounds is nothing to be angry about... But on the other hand, it's your first week back, and you were hoping for some of that first week water weight magic! I'm sorry. Give your body and mind some time to catch up. You're in it for the long haul. Settle in to those healthy habits and ride it out. You can do this!
    369 days ago
  • no profile photo ELRIDDICK
    Thanks for sharing
    369 days ago
  • BJAEGER307
    One small step at a time Lisa. You'll get there. Remember the scale does not rule you. Just keep planning your meals, eating healthy and stay the course. Time will take care of it. There will be weeks nothing and then all of a sudden pounds are gone.

    It's just not paying attention and just living life. Just remember that being healthy is more important than anything else. I know that's easy to type, but it's true. Just one day at a time.
    369 days ago
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