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it's been almost 2 months.
Thursday, January 14, 2010
whatever 10 lbs i managed to lose by sparking in october-november--regained.
can't get back on track despite continuously seeking motivation.
hubby bought me a swimsuit (onepiece), and i have ROLLS of fat sticking out of all sides, and to add insult to injury i have a waist-less figure so i look like a michelin man or pillsbury dough boy (you pick).
anyone out there?....
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Don't get discouraged - I know that's easier to say than do sometimes. I'd like to share this quote with you ...
"It doesn't matter if you try and try and try again, and fail. It does matter if you try and fail, and fail to try again." - Charles Franklin Kettering
I think that really says it, it is SO important to keep plugging away. Step away from it and regroup. Remember WHY you came to Spark and that this journey is about YOU, losing weight and feeling better. Track everything - make sure you're getting in at least a little fitness at least 3x a week. Drink your water. Wake up in the morning and tell yourself you CAN do it and then move in that direction ...
We're all here for you!
Best to you
2447 days ago
If I may timidly put in my two cents...?
I was watching your food logs last time around, and it seemed like you really weren't eating enough. I mean, I am losing on around 1700 calories per day average. That's plenty of food, and stops me from feeling hungry or deprived. It's completely doable (I do exercise 3-4 times a week, too). I remember that you were eating less than 1400 on most days. I wouldn't be able to do that.
How about just calming down, slowing down, tracking what you eat, and doing the best you can on each day? Set your SP goal date a LONG way down the road. Like at least a year. That way you can eat enough to be happy and still, slowly, eventually, lose weight. Sound like a plan?
2447 days ago
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