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Maintaning Weight for the Most Part

Thursday, September 02, 2010

I am pretty much maintaining my weight but I really want to get down to my original goal again. I am snacking too much. Some of my pants are too tight and I really need to get back into them with comfort. On my 3 days off I walk the neighborhood in the morning before it gets too hot. I go twice around but I need to extend that to maybe three times. Sometimes I do this at night on the days I work. Jim got new teeth at the end of June so we haven't been eating out. You would think I would have lost some weight. NOOOO!!!! We watch Briana on Monday and she gives me a good workout. It's got to be the snacking at work and I am drinking to many Diet Pepsi's.

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ASH72461 9/3/2010 12:41PM

  you should be proud that you have not gained any weight
i wish i had done that well emoticon

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CAROLJ35 9/3/2010 10:53AM

    Just stick to it!!!
I did read one day that diet drinks may trick the body into thinking it is something sweet, so I never drink more than one a day. Sometimes I have a Crystal Light, forgetting that would do the same. You are making me realize I need to stick to plain water and quit putting sweetener in my tea.
Isn't is funny how we have our eyes opened by reading someone else's blog???

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SFERENTI 9/3/2010 8:44AM

    Don't discount the fact that your maintaining. That's a big deal!

I can relate to the slow progress on losing, but just stick with it. Maybe joining Julie's September challenge will help!

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QUADCMOM 9/2/2010 8:39PM

    WOO HOO on your walking. It's almost fall now. Maybe a change of season will help you.

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