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Each little bit of weight lost should be celebrated

Sunday, March 06, 2011

Each little bit of weight lost should be why am I not celebrating. Maybe to many years of losing and gaining weight. But in my head I n know this time is different. I am trying to do this by just wrapping my head around the idea of small healthy choices as opposed to think in terms of what I should and should not eat, or oh no, I didn't go to the gym this and giving up. So far it has been drink enough water a day, trying to make sure I get 10,000 steps a day on the pedometer, and reading articles about people who have been successful. I started this journey only a few weeks ago at 235lbs, and now I'm down to 229lbs today. emoticon

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JERSEYFLOWER 3/7/2011 10:18AM

    Slow and steady wins the race!

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FITWITHIN 3/7/2011 9:20AM

    Yes, I agree. One ounce, one inch, and one pound at a time. Celebrate!!!!

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HONEYMUFFIN1923 3/7/2011 2:41AM

    Yes, even the small bit gone for good should have a emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon

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You are so right on here.

My mom lost 80 pounds a few years ago, and after talking with her, she celebrated every small loss and had goals when she did. But this time, she's having trouble getting the ball more moving than it has been, because of the goals! So she's got a good one now for a small, and I know she is going to rock it out!!

Congrats on your weight loss so far. That's great!!

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