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    ROSEACLARK   33,076
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Been here, but not.

Friday, November 05, 2010

What a confusing title. All I am saying is that I have diligently been here on SP. weighing food, measuring food, exercising, thinking happy thoughts, etc....
I just haven't been blogging.
I'm still stuck on this plateau and I can't seem to get off!!
It's over a month now, and I'm just not moving the scale. oh wait...I did lose one pound. I didn't gain it, so I am very happy about that, but I really really really want my weight to go down, like it was before. One pound a week, two pounds a week, anything to move that scale to a lower number.
I dare not go below the 1200 calorie minimum, because I don't want my body going into starvation mode. I'm pretty active with working a full time job, and doing my exercise at home. My bike riding is coming to an end because its just too darn cold in the mornings to ride. I know there are the die-hards who bike in the winter.....I am not one of them! And it's been raining. I hate to ride in the rain. So I'm bussing it now to work, or my wonderful co-workers are taking turns picking me up. I'm losing some exercise time by not biking it, but I compensate by being more active around the house.
I will get through this. I'm not going back to the way I was. I like the new me so far. I will love the new me even more when I break this dang plateau!!!
I'm on vacation next week, but will not vacation from my healthy eating.
Taking a few days to go on a Women's Conference with my church, looking forward to getting Spiritually recharged.
So, for now, I am going to be diligent in all I do, and I am determined to break this weight loss plateau soon!!! I am in control of my weight, it is not in control of me!!!
Have a wonderful weekend fellow Sparkers! See ya around the webs!

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