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Saturday and struggling.

Saturday, January 05, 2013

I weighed at Weight Watchers today and was down.2. Really, that's all!! I can't believe it. I exercised like crazy and just lost .2. It is disturbing and upsetting. It does seem like an endless journey. I am disappointed but I am not going to stop. I want this craziness to end. I tend to screw it up on the weekends, so I am tracking my food today too. I have a difficult time at night, so I need to work on that. I need to change my mindset and habits. I will keep strong and keep up my commitment to a healthy body and mind. emoticon
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  • v TUPPERWARE1
    I can relate alot to this too.I gained ..06 Ibs in two weeks.They were closed the xmas week.If you have followed the program tracking you should see a decent weight loss next week.I yoyoed for a six month period with 3 Ibs.Stick with it is right.Jan is the hardest month for me with w8w.I want winter to end by this time.
    1302 days ago

    Comment edited on: 1/5/2013 6:40:29 PM
  • v GINNABOOTS
    I know your frustrated but that really is great. Remember the slower you take it off, the better chance you will have of keeping it off. WW recommends 1-2 pounds per week of weight loss.

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    1302 days ago
  • v MOMMYTWO0416
    Don't get discouraged! Keep up the good work! 2 pounds is better than not losing anything at all. Keep the thought in your mind that you are 2 pounds lighter than you were last time you weighed in :)
    1302 days ago
  • v MAYANCOH
    Way to go! At least you lost and didnt gain! Weekends are really hard for me too- I think the best way is if you try and keep your routine up even on the weekends, or make one of the weekend days your "long outdoor walk" days,

    Good luck!

    Maayan
    1302 days ago
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