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9lbs loss so far yay!!!!

Saturday, August 22, 2009

I feel like such an underachiever in weight loss. The scale is moving down very very slowly but the scale is moving down and that is a good thing

I have not really been tracking my food, I kinda got a feel of how much of what I needed a day and just thought I knew better, but I don't because my energy levels, are really low I am missing something in my diet & I don't have a record of the last two weeks to take a look and see what I was missing out of my diet... shame on me!!! So back to tracking, back to more exercise during the day, and less of that dumb know it all attitude that I am staying with in my calorie range... so I am good!!! BLAH.... moving fwd.... tracking my breakfast right now... YAY!!!

Member Comments About This Blog Post:
LIV2RIDE 8/23/2009 7:39AM

    emoticon on the 9 lb loss. You have all the tools at your disposal. Tracking is something I struggle with as well. If only I could access this at work. Then I'd never get anything done, well except for logging my food.

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JUST_BREATHE08 8/23/2009 12:12AM

    emoticon 9 pounds gone forever!! emoticon

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SHERYLDI1 8/22/2009 4:13PM

    Great job! And great job of recognizing what you need to do.

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MYMEGGIE1 8/22/2009 3:57PM

    Nine pounds DONE! You go girl!

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NICOLE285 8/22/2009 3:54PM

    Thats wonderful keep up the good work. emoticon emoticon

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MUM2PICKLE 8/22/2009 3:53PM

    You are a winner - you can see where things were going wrong and you are taking remidal action..... good on you.

You are an inspiration!


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ZATANNA 8/22/2009 3:53PM

    emoticon on the 9lb loss, your on the right track, keep going! emoticon

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