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Oh my gosh this is haaaard.

Saturday, May 07, 2011

Well duh I think you all knew that.

Let's see, it's been just over 2 weeks since I started on sparkpeople and started focusing on losing weight. Here's what's been going on

- I bounce between 118-122 (mainly near the upper region)
- I have been making healthier choices overall, but it seems like almost every other day I eat something like a piece of greasy pizza or cheeseburger
- I am always hungry
- I exercise almost every day, but it usually is only about 10 minutes of cardio. Working on it.
- I don't like to push myself with exercise. When I have the time and motivation, I will exercise 40 minutes a day, usually 30 min in the morning and 10 at night. Not going to overexert myself thats for sure.

But mainly I feel like a yo yo. I haven't quite seen the changes except that I always feel hungry nowadays. I think that if I stick with what I'm doing- exercising daily for however long that may be and making conscious decisions about my food, I will see changes eventually. After all, it's only been 2 weeks and I REFUSE to overexert myself. I'll take my time and do it at my own pace.
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  • v NEDYFAY
    The beginning is hard, indeed.

    To curb your hunger, munch on something low-cal like vegetables. Or to spacing your food a little more evening - a small meal every three hours works for me, but experiment. Water helps curb hunger, too - a lot of the time we're actually thirsty.

    Good luck!
    1938 days ago
  • v HELZIE
    The beginning is hard, but then it gets easier. Promise!
    1938 days ago
  • v CRAZEE4MARIAH
    IM ON WEEK 3 I LOST 3 POUNDS IN MY FIRST 2 WEEKS MY WEIGH IN IS TOMORROW. 4 PIZZA I BUY THE WEIGHT WATCHERS ONES AND THEY R GOOD U SHOULD TRY THEM. 4 CHEESEBURGERS TRY VEGGIE BURGERS:) emoticon
    1938 days ago
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