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Long Time, No Blog....

Friday, June 17, 2011

This is a picture of me after a Warrior Dash in MD. This was about a month ago and a complete BLAST!

Well I haven't blogged in forever I see! I though by doing this, I could write about my feelings and take pressure off myself.
I have been trying so hard lately but feeling like a failure. I run (today I ran 11 miles, solo), I road bike (the other day I did 45) and I still can't seem to get off those darn 8 pounds!
Yesterday I felt really down in the dumps, today I feel better, but I just can't seem to get a grip of my portion sizes! (Just now I downed, I don't know how much of a crock pot oatmeal I had made yesterday..........right out of the pot, a big no-no)
Ahhhhhhhhhhhhh, so here I am, going to restart my blogging. I hope this will take some mental pressure off me and get me to appreciate what my body allows me to do.............until tomorrow...........
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  • -HORSELADY-
    Hello there! I have removed some stubborn pounds, about 5 of the 8. So I'm still trying to keep at it.......each day watching what I take in (some days are so tough.......food is like a drug for me!).
    One day at a time!
    Thanks so much for your kind comments! emoticon
    1892 days ago
  • BESTSUSIEYET
    So, here it is a month later, and I see you are celebrating 4yr maintaining. Hope that means you got those 8 lbs off again, and have regained control over your eating! We all have those yucky times, but the keys getting back on the plan! Happy maintaining!
    1893 days ago
  • JOHNMARTINMILES
    The key is consciousness. Be aware of what you eat and when you eat it and why you eat it. Then you can change your behaviour
    1927 days ago
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