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Need To Speak UP, In Order For My Weight To Go DOWN!!!

Wednesday, February 08, 2012


Well I had been doing pretty good the last 3 weeks...not perfect on my new program but good. At my weigh ins I had gone from about 221 pounds to about 216.8 at last week's weigh in. And then there was last night! My weigh in results showed a 2.2 weight GAIN! emoticon But I really couldn't be all too shocked because I TOTALLY ate outside of the box, if you will, pretty much every day since the previous weigh in.

So today I start with a new frame of mind. That I need to speak up when around friends and love ones who offer or have food around. I MUST STAY ON COURSE! And for right now, that means staying only on the entrées and shakes given to me from my Doctor's Weight Management Program.


Okay, so it's on and poppin'...time to get this renewed party of healthier me on the road!!
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  • MSPROVERBS31
    Thanks you guys!!!!!

    BabyGirl, how inspiiring is that, and pretty cool, that when we set out to do a lil, we often times do a bit more! Also I had a doctor tell me, just get a dog, so you'll have to take them on walks! lol

    FreeMe, I actually did more of the filling up before AND bringing my own food with me!
    1686 days ago
  • FREEME1980
    Maybe try eating before meeting up with friends so you can say that you've already eaten or bring along a salad and eat that instead. emoticon
    1686 days ago
  • BABY_GIRL69
    I have been off kilt for the last 2 weeks but today I dragged my behind out of the bed early so that I could get 10mins of cardio but I got in 35mins burning 460 calories! I then got a nice brisk walk with my dog Shadow & about to do treadmill.

    God bless & enjoy everyday!

    Dee
    1690 days ago
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