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Honest Weigh In

Friday, July 13, 2012

Finally stepped on a scale and reported it.... as of today I'm back up to 215.8 which means that for this year I have lost nothing, and gained 2.8 lbs. I'm incredibly disappointed at having fallen back into the emotional/binge eating for the past two months and I am doing my best to get back on track again now.

This weekend my goals are:
-only one soda per day
-an hour walk first thing in the morning
-no binging

Keeping is simple to get restarted. Hope you all are doing well.
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  • v MISSSAAREAH
    Realising where you are and where you have to go is the start. Doesn't matter how many times you start, as long as you know you'll get there.

    And I have so much faith in you to do it *hugs loads*
    1441 days ago
  • v MIYASEDAI
    Sending you love Xy. I'm in the same boat with having gained back much of what I lost in the previous year. But don't give up - just do what you said and make small steps to start. You go this! emoticon
    1441 days ago
  • v AHTRAP
    I had a similar moment a couple of weeks ago...it's all relative, and how you choose to look at it. Here's one other perspective - 7 months into the year, and you have gained zero weight.

    Yes, you know where you've been, or where you were two months ago, but you're also well aware of what you did to get to that point. Hit the reset button, stick to the new goals you've identified in this blog, and you'll hit that mark soon enough.
    1444 days ago
  • v CLUTTRELL8
    emoticon emoticon emoticon It's great to see you coming back and setting new goals! emoticon
    1447 days ago
  • v ILOVEMALI
    2011 was pretty much like that for me. I swore off my biggest trigger food and stuck to it. Working for me. You can do this! Xoxo
    1447 days ago
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