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May 1st - Was it a Success?

Wednesday, May 02, 2012

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You tell me...

I'm One for One so far this month, one smiley face outta 31 - woo hoo - Day 2 looks to be a great one as well. Granddaughter's last track meet this afternoon, I am really sad it will be over for the season, I just love to watch her run, she's a natural. Hope she's in the Forrest Gump mood I was in Monday night - RUN HEAVEN RUN.

Evening workout - ST, not my fav but it has to be done, ugghh.

Getting Buff emoticonNo Excuses

A really great blog today from my dear friend SAMI199, if you need motivation, stop by her page - she'll get you going.

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SHARON10002 5/3/2012 6:14PM

    I love Sami too! What's the deal with smiley faces? I know I sent one, and was unaware! emoticon

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BILL60 5/3/2012 8:07AM

    So, how did the granddaughter do?? She must be proud of her incredible grandma.

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NATPLUMMER 5/2/2012 2:36PM

    ST does the body good, though.

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SUEAZZI 5/2/2012 11:18AM

    Smiley faces all the way! emoticon emoticon emoticon

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JANEMARIE77 5/2/2012 10:58AM

    emoticon Last night was my sons last track meet to emoticon I just made my log and hope to have it full of smiles.
Thanks for bring me more smiles. emoticon

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1HOTMAMA2BE 5/2/2012 9:55AM

    emoticon WTG!!! I have no doubt May is going to be covered in smiley faces!

I'm going to head over to SAMI199 now and get motivated! You have cool friends! emoticon

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It's A Forrest Gump Thing

Tuesday, May 01, 2012

Last night was one of those nights where I felt like I had an endless supply of energy, that I would never get tired and that I could run forever... I enjoyed an excellent 6-mile run, totally fantastic - True runner's bliss. I thought about the movie Forrest Gump while I was running, I could hear Forrest say....I just kept running, and running, and running.

While I was running...I thought about my accomplishments during the month of April - and I bid it a farewell, finishing it up with a bang.

I had 22 emoticonsmiley faces on the calendar out of 30 - not too shabby. I felt good about what I had done during the entire month of April. I stayed within calorie range and did at least 30 minutes of exercise on those 22 days.

I thought about May... what would it have in store for me, what do I really want to focus on and what goals do I want to accomplish.

Here's a quote from Forrest Gump that describes my approach to the month of May.

"That day, for no particular reason, I decided to go for a little run. So I ran to the end of the road, and when I got there, I thought maybe I'd run to the end of town. And when I got there, I thought maybe I'd just run across Greenbow County. Now, thinking since I'd run this far, maybe I'd just run across the great state of Alabama. And that's what I did. I ran clear across Alabama. No particular reason. I just kept on going. I ran clear to the ocean. And when I got there, I figured since I'd gone this far, might as well turn around, just keep on going. And when I got to another ocean, I figured since I'd gone this far, I might as well just turn back and keep right on going."

I'm guessing that I probably won't run across Virginia or the US anytime soon, but Forrest approached his running one destination at a time. Little milestones, one accomplishment at a time = the end of the road, across the county, then across the state. That's exactly what I am going to do....Focus on my running one milestone at a time. This week I'll run 20 miles, next week it will be 21 miles, etc., etc. - Really push myself, I need a good challenge. Run SKINNYPOWELL1 Run.

emoticonfor the month of May... I am gonna do it, no IF, AND's or BUT's about it.

1. Driving onward and upward - adding weekly mileage and distance - I believe I have caught a glimpse of a MARATHON in my future
2. No dessert or snacking after dinner - PERIOD.
3. No sugar - holy ham this is a big one.
4. Continue my boycott of the scale for the entire month of May
5. I am going to get 31 smiley faces on my calendar - smileys mark a date of staying in calorie range, exercising and no sweets

Ta da....drum roll please.....The crowning moment I've been waiting for.....

Who needs a scale to measure progress? Not me. This says it all, I bought this yesterday, a LBS [little black skirt] smallest size since high school.

Getting Buff emoticonNo Excuses

Images from google.

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JCBRITT 5/4/2012 4:07PM

    I hope what you have is catching!! I need your enthusiasm and energy to rub off on me..LOL..I'll be in Va Beach on Mon and Tues but don't have times so I'll text you and see if you are free...if not, no worries!!

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DGIBSON02 5/2/2012 9:05AM

    Your Forrest license plate looks like a cropped version of my trip to the Bubba Gump Shrimp Company.

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TOOTHFUL99 5/2/2012 7:56AM

    Forrest may have been simple, but sometimes the best plans are simple.

You're doing great! Keep it up!!

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BILL60 5/1/2012 9:31PM

    There's no doubt in my mind that you're gonna do it. You are one determined "Super Skinny Jock". Hang tough and take not one prisoner along your journey. HOOAAA!!

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BERKCHIK 5/1/2012 3:42PM

    Woo Hoo! Fun blog... Sounds like you have a clear plan and you know how to stick to it. For me that plan would be Sci-Fi, but I hope that one day it won't seem quite so Sci-Fi.

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You can do it!!!!

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MYLADY4 5/1/2012 1:47PM

    Love the nonscale measure. Can't wait to see you rock it.

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LORI-K 5/1/2012 1:35PM

    I LOVE this blog! You were awesome in April and will be even more so in May, I can tell! Your determination and drive are inspiring.
Congrats on the number on that LBS!! Who needs a scale?!
And I love your references to Forrest Gump!! I often (very often) conjure up scenes and words from that movie while running and it always helps me keep going. Gotta love Forrest Gump!!!
Kick May's tail, girl!

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SUEAZZI 5/1/2012 1:14PM

    I love Forest Gump, one of my all time favorite movies! Run Skinny Run! One destination at a time; great plan and I know you will do it. Rack up those smiley faces; you are doing swell, size 6! emoticon Use that LBS as motivation, dangle the carrot. And that's all I have to say about that! emoticon

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LISAINMS 5/1/2012 1:10PM

    One mile at a time. Buld on that and you'll be getting somewhere! You are going to look fantastic in that motivation LBS!

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1HOTMAMA2BE 5/1/2012 11:09AM

    It all started with one more corner for me and then it just happened. I can run! I CAN do it!!!

I love the LBS and a size 6?!?!? NICE!!! You've done awesome and deserve to rock that skirt and you shall! emoticon And that's all I have to say about that!

NOT! Keep sparking us! I don't know about everyone else, but I need you!!!! emoticon

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JLITT62 5/1/2012 9:28AM

    I can just picture you in that LBS!

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WONDERWOMAN 5/1/2012 9:10AM

    Great Blog! Funny, just last night I was doing the Forrest Gump comparison thing since I realized I'd put in 30 miles last week (that was with two full days of travel). You go girl! I did get on the scale this morning and the results were exactly what I expected (so who needs it, huh?) Weight only one pound up in 2 months (that could be anything). So this month, no scale again - but concentrate on firming up what is there! Oops...time to go and RUN!

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Cuteness Overload

Monday, April 30, 2012

My grandson spent the entire weekend with me this past weekend. I did manage to get an early morning run in on Friday before he woke up, but after that I was totally captivated by the little munchkin. So precious and sweet, such a great baby. Only one little meltdown when he was overtired but all in all it was a very successful weekend. You ready for cuteness overload??????

After I took him back home on Sunday, DH and I had to head to the grocery store to pick up a few items for the week (fresh fruit and veggies) but of course the DH put an unauthorized item in the cart, but I let him keep them...

I'm guessing the DH will not run out of cheese balls for quite a while, lol.

Gonna be a crazy busy week again with baseball games, track meets, etc., but I've got plenty of time to get all my workouts in the for the week and I have already planned a really looooonnngg run for the weekend with my sis.

Getting buff emoticon NO E X C U S E S.

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SHARON10002 5/2/2012 10:07PM

    OMG! Your title is so appropriate! He's a little cutie! I'll be getting my first in September and I can only hope (s)he is half this cute! I'll never want to let him/her go! I can hardly wait now that I've seen your little guy!

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NYKIMMIE 5/2/2012 6:31AM

    What a cutie!

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SUEAZZI 5/1/2012 1:17PM

    Cuteness overload indeed, and oh those cheeks!!

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MZSLYDE01 5/1/2012 9:01AM

    WOO HOO. Look at that cuteness all over the place. What a ham ball....
Glad you enjoyed it and I got the privilage of having some time with my grandbabies this weeknd too. So nice to see them.
I have some workouts planned for this week as well. Let's keep each other in check.

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LAURELSPARK 4/30/2012 10:44PM

    What a cutie.....I want one!

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WONDERWOMAN 4/30/2012 10:23PM

    Not that's a LOT of cheeseballs, but I had to laugh - exactly what my H does when I let him accompany me. Those grandbabies are just too much fun, aren't they?

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2HAMSDIET 4/30/2012 9:03PM

    what a little doll. He is already a heart breaker. emoticon

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RIKKI572 4/30/2012 8:20PM

    Your GS is adorable. Cuteness overlead - a great big yes!!

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BILL60 4/30/2012 6:51PM

    What a dude!!

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GR8CGRM 4/30/2012 4:21PM

    That's right.. No excuses!! Another 2000 going to be burned Saturday!!!! yes, I will find money before sunrise.. LOL

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NATPLUMMER 4/30/2012 2:20PM

    So cute!!
I guess the cheese balls will last a bit. Have a great, busy week!!

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TOOTHFUL99 4/30/2012 1:13PM

    OOOh! I hope you kissed those chubby cheeks a lot, Lisa! He's so cute!

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SAMI199 4/30/2012 11:10AM

    Adoooorrrable!!!!! He is too sweet-I hope you counted your extra ST points-lol.I am always surprised how hard it is too hold onto them at their age-The little wiggle-worms-lol.


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BOILHAM 4/30/2012 10:59AM

    Hey, at least you got some bananas out of the deal! Got my sugar/sweet fix in for the day, seeing the pics of DGS.
Thanks for visiting my blog today, too. You are the best!!

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POSITIVE_ONE 4/30/2012 10:27AM

    So, for me - I find the cheese balls very cute. emoticon

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Running on Empty

Thursday, April 26, 2012

Would you be able to drive 100 miles if your tank was empty? how about 200 miles? You'd probably head directly to the gas station before going anywhere. It would be pointless to try to drive with your gas gauge on "E"

Last night I was so excited to get to go on a run afterwork. No dinner to cook, no family committments, just me and my running shoes - with no set time limits. I was going to run til I got tired, I was thinking maybe 7 miles or more. It started out fantastic for the first two miles, then I felt like I was dragging, it was hard to just put one foot in front of the other. I kept asking myself, what the heck is wrong here, running is usually never really difficult for me, so why did I feel like I was wearing concrete shoes? Why did it feel like I was burning up so much energy and going nowhere? I was running into the wind, which tends to slow me down and require a little more exertion, but surely that wasn't the reason I was dragging.

Then it occured to me... I didn't properly "fuel" up before my run. Usually I have a snack (banana, protein shake, etc.) before my run, but I was in such a hurry to hit the road that I totally forgot about being properly fueled. Well it definitely showed in my performance. It was a struggle to make it home after 4 miles, but I managed to keep kicking a little while longer and got in one hour of running. But all workouts are not created equal, just like calories. When you expect to get a super workout, you have to give in return. You have to give your body what it needs to complete the job - FUEL, to create the required 1.21 gigawatts. Of course I know all of these things, but I was just over anxious to get out there and it cost me. I still had a good calorie burn, but I certainly didn't feel the super endorphin rush or the extra energy I usually get from a run - my body was running sluggish, spitting and a sputtering - duh, the fuel tank was empty.

Tip of the Day: Remember to FUEL up before your workouts. LOL, I know this is elementary, but sometimes we forget and need a lil reminder.

After last night's so-so run, I did manage to get up at 0430 this morning to do a round of Kenpo. I wasn't happy with that performance either, just kinda went thru the motions, but I did it. Dragging like crazy this morning, perhaps I need to examine the fype of fuel I gassed up with yesterday - I'm guessing there was a little excess sugar in the tank.

Getting buff emoticon NO E X C U S E S.

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SUEAZZI 5/1/2012 1:23PM

    Fueling up does make a difference just so long as I don't eat too close to my run or workout, otherwise I get side stitches or nausea. emoticon

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BILL60 4/30/2012 6:49PM

    I bet you won't forget the next time. Fueling up the tank is so important. Hang in there!!

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THATGIRL0515 4/27/2012 11:56AM

    I never have this problem- emoticon

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LISAINMS 4/27/2012 10:02AM

    I've had that happen before. Both from eating too little carbs the day prior and not pre-fueling. Last night I discovered what happens when you don't refuel after a hard workout. I had a snack before an hour bike ride, but came home, showered, piddled around and finally started cooking dinner two hours later -without a small snack or at least some gatorade. Apparently my blood sugar crashed and I blacked out. I was nauseous and shaky. I felt fine as soon as I had a little carbs in the system. Won't make that mistake again!

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JANEMARIE77 4/27/2012 9:22AM

    I too learned that lesson, with a 11 mile ru.n did 10 miles race one week, it was wonderful so easy (no hills) than the next week did 11 run with friend (again a place with no hill) it was so hard I felt awful got it done but... anyway I felt defeated keep thinking I could never be ready for my 1/2 marathon
Well just like you I figure out what was wrong fuel..... took me 4 days of feeling bad about myself sure wish I had figure 'it out as quick as you.
Heres to the next great run!!!

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WATERMELLEN 4/26/2012 8:46PM

    Great blog! Right fuel makes all the difference: and we deserve the "super premium", right?? Fresh raspberries!!

Thanks for your comfort blog comments; with the results you've achieved, no way you're staying in the comfort zone!!

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NATPLUMMER 4/26/2012 2:32PM

    It could be fuel, it could be over training. As Judy mentioned, you did just run a HM over the weekend. Maybe you just need a day off.

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MYLADY4 4/26/2012 2:20PM

    Wow, just went throught the same thing the other day. Legs felt like lead. We will see how tonights run goes with having ate for carbs (fuel) yesterday.

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PARKERB2 4/26/2012 11:54AM

    Thanks for the reminder.

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DDOORN 4/26/2012 11:03AM

    No problem here for me...always keep natural almonds handy in my car. Often will have an apple handy too.


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1HOTMAMA2BE 4/26/2012 10:06AM

    So true! I find that if I drink wine with dinner and then workout, I'm a tad slower. emoticon

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2HAMSDIET 4/26/2012 9:42AM

    emoticonI too struggle with this all those years of dieting. Extra activity means extra good food. Sooner or later I will start to catch on. emoticon

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JLITT62 4/26/2012 9:40AM

    It might also just be time for a little rest? Just as important. In fact, you ran 13 miles last weekend, you should definitely be resting a bit!

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SAMI199 4/26/2012 9:13AM

    Great Blog
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How Do You Feel? Breaking the Scale Obsession

Wednesday, April 25, 2012

I put my scale in a safe hiding spot because I was so tired of being disappointed. Seems like I work my butt off and eat healthy only for the scale to reflect - NOTHING. It affected my moods daily, and it was very negative. Funny that I just put my scale away about two weeks ago and I am running across all kinds of information to support my decision, positive affirmations that I did the right thing by hiding it.

Here's the article:

How I am following the 5 steps outlined in the article...

1. Store the scale out of sight: It is safely hidden under a bunch of stuff in my closet, I will have to move a bunch of stuff before I can get to it, I did that on purpose, it's more trouble to dig it out than to just let it safely stay there.

2. Positive ritual: I've replaced my morning weigh in by looking in the mirror and asking myself... how do you feel? rather than fixating on a number. Most days I feel great, I'm happy with what I'm doing, the way I'm eating, so why let a number ruin that.

3. Measure other healthy accomplishments: I'm giving myself a smiley face on my calendar for every day that I stay within calories and do a workout. I'm doing it by the week so I don't have to wait so long to celebrate a victory. Hey whatever works.

4. End your day with a pat on the back: I reflect before I go to bed on the things I've done RIGHT during the day, not on what I may have done wrong.

5. Weigh in after a month: next date with the scale is May 1st, but I am very tempted to just skip it all together, we shall see.

I can't tell you how much better I feel without having my day ruined by a stupid number. It's the best thing I've done for me a long time - how bout it? you ready to put your scale away and shift your focus? You won't regret it.

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SHARON10002 5/2/2012 10:11PM

    I'm thinking of doing this, too, as it's been a month and nothing's budged. It's so easy to get discouraged, even though I'm doing everything right. Maybe JulesRules78 is right - I'll actually make some progress! The 'ole Murphy's Law right?! emoticon

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    Good for you! I'm still not there yet but I'm working toward letting go of my scale obsession. Thanks for the reminder!

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1HOTMAMA2BE 4/25/2012 3:15PM

    I only weigh the first of every month now, too. May 1st is next week! emoticon emoticon emoticon No worries!

I also go by how my clothes feel. If they are comfortable or loose, I'm good! emoticon

If they are tight around the waist/butt, I'm not good! emoticon

Thanks for the reminder and good luck next week! I KNOW we've been good little girls, so the scale should be good to us. emoticon

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BERKCHIK 4/25/2012 3:03PM

    Such a great attitude.

I think the scale is a good tool for me now because I'm just beginning but I think you're dead right: the scale is NOT what's important.

What we do and how we feel, how our bodies feel are what matters.

Thanks for the inspiration! emoticon

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THATGIRL0515 4/25/2012 2:56PM

    You should hide it- its just a number and you are at the best number ever #1! you are not fat anymore- you are healthy and active- I hide mine for the opposite fear- you should just throw yours out- you already hit your goal! The knife came out clean! emoticon

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SUEAZZI 4/25/2012 2:33PM

    I'm frustrated and disappointed with the scale too. I've been busting my butt since October working out, running and eating healthy. I have not put my scale away because I feel it does keep me on track but I only weight myself a few times a week now opposed to every day and night. I love your idea of putting a smiley on the calendar; I just may have to steal that one from ya! I'm working hard, feeling good and seeing results. Getting buff! emoticon

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JLITT62 4/25/2012 1:51PM

    Or you can do lime me . . . get rid of it altogether. Great ways to accentuate the positive!

3 weeks to get better? It's already been 2 . . . but every time I staeprt to feel better I spike a fever . . . I've been taking it really easy, too.

Well, thanks for the support & goodie. I'm feeling really miserable today, so tomorrow's got to be better!

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JANEMARIE77 4/25/2012 1:42PM

    Great blog and so true being postive is always the better choice. awesome good for you

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DOODIE59 4/25/2012 1:20PM

    The thing about a scale is that it is just a measuring unit. It does not help/make you lose or gain weight. All the things you do each day are what will help you on your journey.

So, keep doing all the things you do to stay on your journey to better health: more water, nutritious food, more movement:) All power to you:)
And don't forget to really enjoy all the good you have already done for yourself ... your journey is remarkable. Congratulations!

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JULESRULES78 4/25/2012 1:04PM

    Way to go! Sometimes we need a break from the numbers in order to make progress.

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KANSASROSE67 4/25/2012 12:14PM

    I hid the scale once for a month and you're felt great! Your blog is awesome and so true! I also recently wrote a blog about how the scale really doesn't measure health, "The Scale Might Lie But the Numbers Don't."

I think I might hide my scale again too...the way it affects my mood is riduculous!


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GR8CGRM 4/25/2012 12:05PM

    I am going to do the same.. Thanks for the tip sis.. I have been working my butt off and my heart rate monitor and the scale don't show my efforts.. Keep your chin up and smile cause your sis loves you!!!!!!!!! emoticon

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2HAMSDIET 4/25/2012 11:27AM

    I too hate the scale that it would have so much control over my life. We gave the scale to the church so we could just come visit it plus other could use it. With it gone I too have gone to a morning you can do it dance. Thank you for the list of other things I need to at least add the night time pat on the back emoticon emoticon

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SAMI199 4/25/2012 11:11AM

    I agree that letting the number ruin our day is not productive
You made a really good point about doing other things to monitor your progress-I have gotten into trouble when I fall off the wagon & do not go near the scale because I'm living in denial.I am not weighing myself everyday for now-Great Blog!!!I'm posting it on the NSV topic-Thanks!!!

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VERONICAVW_140 4/25/2012 10:50AM

    Good for you! I like not fixating on a number that doesn't always accurately portray how healthy you really are. Those are some great ideas on how to measure health and happiness other than a number on the scale. :)

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LVSOCIALDIVA 4/25/2012 10:40AM

    I admire this effort. It is necessary if that number predicts your well being for the day. Put it away and forget it. If you go to the doctor regularly, they'll let you know if you're weight has changed. I wish you luck.

I am a total hypocrite because I tried it, but I couldn't do it. I need that crutch to keep me sane. I NEED to know if I gained a pound so I can get it off fast and get back on track.

When I get to maintenance mode, I may be able to ween myself off of the scale. For now, I worship it.

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