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Things are looking up, and Weight is going down!

Saturday, October 20, 2012

I made it through. I have been stuck at/around 165 for almost a month. But I am now going down again

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My official weigh in was yesterday, and i was 162.2. Last week I was like 163.2. I am a daily weigh in person so today I weighed again, and i was 161.2.

I am so happy to be losing again. I was trying my best not get to discouraged, but I was starting to worry. I think I had hit not just a platue but also had hit the point where I wasn't making as good as decisions as I was in the past. I don't know that I really changed my decisions to much (I had two servings of candy corn yesterday). The only thing I can say that I have changed is I am drinking more water. I have always drank 8 glasses, but now I am striving for more like 10 cups (which is about half my weight in ounces.) But even that doesn't happen every day.

I am so happy I didn't give UP. I am ecstatic to be so close to my short term goal of 160 lbs. I will be even more ecstatic to change my goal to 155, and to be bellow 150. I feel reenergized, and like I can conquer the world, or at least my weight.


So now just to see what this week brings.


so if you are where I was at, just hang in there, it will pass. Keep working at making good decisions, and eventually it will pay off!!!
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  • v CHRIMSONFYRE
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    Keep up the great work, never give up, you are doing FANTASTIC!
    1309 days ago
  • v LOVEITLIVEIT
    Yay! I love it when the scale moves again! thanks for visiting my blog too:). Your post is a good reminder to drink more water....I barely drink water. In fact I'll go get a glass right now. Keep up the good work!
    1312 days ago
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