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Day 22: Ughh

Friday, January 04, 2013

Hey everyone,

I weighed myself today at a family member's house because she had a scale. I'm STILL in the 140's?!?! I haven't lost ANYTHING in the past 22 days?? I just want to cry. It's not fair. I've been working out for a consistent 19 days. I've been eating lots of protein and attempting to stay within my calorie range. Ugh. I just hate how weight loss comes so easy to people!

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MOVES327 1/6/2013 12:04AM

    True as everyone said, you may be seeing the results in other ways. It sounds like you may need to put a little more time into planning your meals this may help you get quality calories during the day to help you keep away from binging or poor choices. Are you tracking your food diligently as well. It sounds like you are.

Good luck and keep pushing!

PS someone else's scale may not be calibrated correctly. Wishful thinking I guess, but I wouldn' t look to much into it. You will get there.

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AEROGIRL1594 1/5/2013 1:24AM

    Some people are just lucky, and others have to really work for it! A lot of it is all about the mind set. Just believe in yourself and you can do anything! I hope things start looking up for you in the weight loss department!

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NEEDTOLOOSE1 1/4/2013 11:51PM

    I agree it's not just the scale- Are your clothes fitting different? Did you read "The Spark"? It has really helped me. Keep up what you are doing. It will be fine.

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ATLANTAJJ 1/4/2013 7:58PM

  You could be burning fat and adding muscle which doesn't show up on the scale the way we want to see it initially. How are your clothes fitting? Are you loosing inches? That is what counts!

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