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Saturday, November 03, 2012

I do not feel upset or frustrated, it is the third time I have to deal with a plateau since August, I just think it is part of the diet, sometimes the body has to rest to be able to lose more later.

When I look at my weight chart, I can see a plateau every 4 or 5 weeks, but I know also that those weeks have common points.

This week with my injury I was not really active as I planned anyway, plus I had to go several times to the restaurant and I know I always lose less those weeks I have to eat out. I will do better next week, but my goal of losing 25 kgs for Christmas might be a little too optimistic now...10 kgs in two months.... hum...we'll see...but anything between 20 and 25 will make me happy anyway... emoticon
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    Hi Sara, thanks for your encouragement.. you are so right about it. I will not feel guilty about my cheat day breakfast. I will keep moving forward. also we should be thankful that at least, we have not gained weight..(hopefully :) )

    I am sorry about your leg injury, get well soon and when you are ready to use FB,
    I would like to be your FB friend, if you don't mind. we can encourage each other.

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    1902 days ago
    Same here, I do feel that I am hitting plateau again. Since I've got my fitbit couple days ago, I am pushing myself bit more. And it is helping me to be more active. I also have been eating much healthier then before. Mostly salads and some protein. Trying to avoids carb. But today, I had my cheat day and went to Denny's with my husband and I had a big pancake breakfast. While eating I was happy and enjoyed my breakfast. But after I've got my stomach full, I kind felt a guilty feeling... :(
    For sure, I will be getting on my treadmill machine again tonight.
    1903 days ago
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