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RESCUELADY99
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Down again

Thursday, November 15, 2012

I did so dang well last week. The scale showed a loss of 3.4 pounds. Granted it was prob. mostly water but still was nice to see. This week however, has been total over board. I don;t know what happened. I did not track my food like I should and ate a can of chocolate covered peanuts in two days, not to mention a Litte Debbie Swiss roll and a peice of homemade cake last night. The peanuts were just sitting here on my desk and I could not stop myself. Boy that sounds like Bullcrap does'nt it.
I am trying to do better today and going forward again. tracking and what not. Its hard to get used to watching what you eat after so long of just eating whatever and not really thinking about it.
I hope I can fix this past few days of screw ups and at least maintain over all for the week.
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    Hang in there. I've definitely been in your shoes. I started and dropped Weight Watchers so many times I should have purchased stock in the company...lol. Every time you try you learn something so you are closer to making the necessary life changes to achieve your health and fitness goals. It takes a lot of focus and energy to create new habits and a different relationship with food. You can do this! What really helped me when I found SparkPeople were the motivation tips. I spent a lot of time on the motivation site and still do. Another helpful tool I invested in was SparkCoach. It is FANTASTIC as it addresses all aspects of creating a
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