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There May be Pain in the Night...

Wednesday, January 23, 2013

but JOY comes in the morning! Thought my weight loss was stalling out a little on account of no loss for five days. I know, I know, I'm jumpy! Lo and behold this morning, I was down 1.7 lbs. Woo hoo! I was nervous because I upped my caloric intake to around 1900 ( with lower ranges I was losing really fast, but very hungry all the time). I am very happy and feel so satisfied at this range, now I'm hoping the results will continue as the weeks go by. As far as this morning's weigh in goes? I couldn't be more delighted.



Best wishes everyone! What a journey eh?

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  • v CALENSARIEL
    You know, when I got to the point where I was willing to settle for the 2 lb. a month loss and left my calories a little higher, I lost far more consistently. I've decided the "tortoise" approach works really well for me. But I'm impatient, so I had to really focus on letting that scale come down slowly. It's ok to be laid back about it, I decided.
    1310 days ago
  • v MICKEL41
    I try to stay off the scale for a week. Admittedly, I'm not always successful. But when I do, I usually see some progress. Otherwise I'm up and down day to day and frequently disappointed. Then I beat myself up for the bad choices I made the day before.
    1310 days ago
  • v GERBEAR1964
    Yes a great journey. You have a very positive outlook on life. Hang in there and if you hit the wall too hard, try changing something in your exercise. Do something radical, that might help.

    Blessings,
    Gerry
    1310 days ago
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