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The Last 2 Months - Yikes!

Sunday, September 25, 2011

I started weight-watchers in January (1/15/11, to be exact). I've been on a sloooooooooooow road to goal weight (165). Finally, in July, I hit one of my major milestones -- under 200 (199.8 to be exact). Between January and July had had lost a grand total of -- wait for it -- 11 pounds. But, it was better than gaining, right?

I then took a trip to Paris in the beginning of August. That went well. Thanks to lots of walking, the chocolate, bread, cheese, and wine did not stick to my @$$. A few days after I returned home, I had surgery.... that's when it all fell apart. I didn't go back to WW for 6 weeks. To be honest, I had expected to have gained back the entire 11 pounds. But, for my first weigh-in, I *only* gained back 5. The second week (yesterday), I weighed the same (.2 more, but I'm blaming that on the water I chugged before w-in, haha).

So, here I sit once again over 200. This morning, my home scale (I typically weigh about 4 pounds lighter on it) was just under 200. I swore to myself that little hand would never again see the 200 mark. That's my plan and I'm sticking to it.
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    i gained a little weight over the last 2 monts. i am now trying to do a push to lose it.
    2343 days ago
    lol no worries... I took 2 months off..... self loathing and 20lb! i am back now 1 month...just ran my 1st 10k....beat my personal record 2 month of no running... couldn't even run a mile!

    we have muscle memory! almost back to my 6 jeans ;p chk my blog you can do it too
    2343 days ago
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    Setbacks are learning paths--dont let it drag you down. After all, you have knowledge, the motivation, and the support to keep going on your healthy path!
    You WILL do it!
    2344 days ago
    keep going - life is a journey
    2344 days ago
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