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Losing Slowly and Encouragment

Sunday, October 16, 2011



So tomorrow when I step on the scale, I'm expecting to see a small weight loss. Definitely nothing earth shattering! I was initially kind of bummed about it the small weight loss, but the thought occurred to me that I'm moving forward in the right direction so I have no reason to be disappointed. I wasn't able to stick to my calorie range like I had wanted to because I went to Augusta, GA to do a breast cancer fundraiser walk Saturday, and to my nieces birthday party Friday. So for about 3 days, I really didn't diet too much. How can I be disappointed with ANY weight loss considering?

Seeing people I know was very encouraging to me though because several commented that I looked like I had lost weight! I can't tell really that I've lost any (other than my clothes are looser) yet, but other's are noticing! And then someone at church asked me how much I've lost! Yay!

Talk about encouraging! It just gave me the encouragement to keep on going.
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  • GENNIFER30
    Michelle, you look great! I can REALLY see your weight loss. Mom started to make a comment about me being bigger than you but I stopped her. I don't mind being bigger than you I just don't don't want to be big at all :D You look GREAT! Keep it up!
    1799 days ago
  • NEWLIBRARIAN
    Read your posts on the Christian's overcoming weight loss page. I am wondering if you have added your new exercise plan to your spark profile. I find that it's pretty accurate if you keep that up to date. If you didn't change it when yuu started exercising more you probably needed more food.
    Sounds like you are coming along and on track right now.
    1803 days ago
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