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CANUCKER08

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Starting Over... soon

Saturday, November 28, 2009

Jeeze, it's been months since I've been on here. I've really got no good excuse. I have been busier at work and have kind of fallen "off the wagon" so to speak with my weight loss goals and exercise. I guess I just started to get a bit overwhelmed with everything suddenly; work, family, even this website (among others). I just felt like I couldn't keep up and needed to take a break.

I know I need to get back into it, I've gained some of the weight back and gotten back into some bad habits again. It's a bit depressing, and that doesn't help either, but I know I've just got to re-commit and set some goals again. I've got to just start from scratch all over again and stick with it!

Thanks for the support, even while I wasn't visiting here. I miss you guys and I'm grateful especially to those who are helping with the "Dealing with Anxiety" team and the "Class" team. I feel bad for not being there to help out.

I'll be back soon!

Love you all,

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  • v GIRLINMOTION
    Katherine, it is not easy admitting that you stepped back. Not all journeys are easy, they come with many detours. Glad to hear that you found your way back. Remember to take one step, one day, and one bite at a time!!!
    2400 days ago
  • v PICKIE98
    All that matters is that you are here now,, for yourself, welcome back!!
    2400 days ago
  • v FLIGHT-RISK
    I'm where you're at. My entire life was turned upside down and inside out, and I pretty much let go of my weight loss goals, and of course, gained everything I lost back, and then some. But I'm back. The most difficult part of it is starting. You've got that down, as do I. We can so do this!

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    2400 days ago

    Comment edited on: 11/28/2009 2:37:34 AM
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