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    NATNOEL   31,589
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Friday, January 27, 2012

Why do I weigh myself everyday ? I get so mad. I went to bed at 8 last night just because I was done with my calories for the day and did not think I could stop myself from eating something else. I could not wait to jump on that scale this morning. Am I happy.....NO.
I will not give up , but I might give up the scale....if I can. emoticon

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ELISADENK 1/27/2012 8:46PM

    Give up the scale.

Do you know about the SP Lifestyle Checkups that get e-mailed every 2 weeks?

I guess you have to sign up for 'em.

Use that instead. Might keep you in a better mood.... emoticon

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BAKER1009 1/27/2012 11:22AM

    I can relate, I weigh daily. Mostly because I eat clean (like you) and you almost always see a drop of some sort on a daily basis.
Hang in there, I suppose we can't win EVERY day :)

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MEXGAL1 1/27/2012 10:06AM

    Oh my goodness, I so feel your pain!!! Can't tell you how many times I have brushed my teeth and went to bed early to read so I wouldn't eat anymore. Feels like such a sacrifice. And you feel so good when you wake up knowing you adverted a binge......but then you jump on the scale and wow...what the heck???? I have recently experienced this pain. I have been being so good with the calories and was wondering why in the heck did the scale not move at all with so few calories. Then I went back and looked at my sodium intake and saw the I was eating canned tomato and sauce and such. Even though the calories were low the salt was high. So I started to pay attention to this and cut all the salt out. As soon as I did this it was like magic and I dropped my binge pounds. One thing I did which really helped me was that I made my dinner be light yogurt, one cup, one diced apple, and 2 TBLs of smooth peanut butter all mixed together. It really filled me up and I didn't want any other snacks. I guess it is the good fat in the peanut butter. I did this for three nights and finally I am happy to report that I am back to goal weight of 110. this will be part of my blog for today as I am excited to be at goal before I go out for the French dinner tonight.
Don't let that darn scale be your only what I did and "self talk" yourself to death by telling yourself that you are doing healthy things for life and the scale will eventually cooperate.
Best of everything to you.

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PICKIE98 1/27/2012 8:35AM

    put your scale in your trunk...

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