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4 1/2 lb gain @ my Tops meeting this morning

Tuesday, January 08, 2013

I went to my tops meeting this morning (first meeting since December 18th) and it was very hard to step on those scales. I knew I was up and felt quite upset as I walked over to the scale. Then, because each time I weigh in at my meeting, I adjust the tracker to reflect my current weight, I am no longer in the 170's.. It was sooo hard to get there and I was so proud when I had weighed in December 18th at 179 1/2. I know accountability is so important to me beating this.. And I could have made better choices over the holidays. So there it is. It is what it is, and I'm dusting myself off and not giving up any time soon!
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    Thanks everyone.. I am back on track and trying hard. That last 5 lbs I lost was so hard to lose.. and Yes, Becky, it was 3 weeks to the day since my last meeting because it's every tuesday, so it was the 18th of December, then we had the next Tuesday as the 25th (no one coming to weigh in that day lol), and then the next Tuesday was January 1st. You are right about the accountability of the scales.. When I am away from the group for that long, especially with a holiday, it's so hard! emoticon emoticon
    1743 days ago
    You can get there again.
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    1743 days ago
  • MOM4407
    That is why I need TOPS. I need to go weekly and face that scale. How easy it is to forget to eat right when I have a week or 2 off. Really it has been almost 3 weeks since you weighed in.

    Challenge yourself. By then end of January it will be off.

    You can do it.
    Your TOPS Friend
    1743 days ago
  • KAYG87
    Don't beat yourself up. Yes, you gained 4.5 lbs. Not it didn't kill your motivation. Yes, you are still motivated, willing, and able to change and your will power will get you there again! Keep at it!
    1743 days ago
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