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Monday, February 04, 2013

I haven't been around much the past few months. It seems that once my daughter turned 3 she went into "overdrive!". I haven't had much time for myself or time to spend on the computer to visit SP.

I survived the holidays. I did not gain any weight and actually was proud of myself for not overstuffing my face! Calories were over my limit, but I was more cautious as to what went into my mouth.

I completed my 2nd Disney 5K with my mom, best friend and her mom. It wasn't at a time I wanted, but had fun and my daughter ran the last mile with me over the finish line.

I am still not happy with my progress or lack there of. I have not lost any weight and have just been hangin around the 220 mark. I still walk/jog 3-4 miles 2-3 times a week depending upon the weather.

I know I'm eating better, just still not in control of portions and sometimes have a "sweet binge" that I can't seem to control. I know what I need to do and I've mentioned this challenge before in my blogs. I just can't seem to find the fire or fight in me.

My divorce is final and I am 100x's stronger in dealing with "him". This year I've told myself it's about me and my daughter. I will lose weight, get out of debt and be on a happier trail than I was before. I know I have bit off more than I could chew so I've lowered my expectations and just focused on my walk/jogs and eating.

I just started last week to challenge myself to lose 1 lb per week. I lost one pound and then had a "sweet binge"... which included eating an entire pan of brownies in two days!!! Yuck!! I need to remember how I feel AFTER I eat something like that, not DURING or BEFORE I eat it.

I'm hoping to find the support again through this website.

Take care
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KEIPONY 2/5/2013 8:21PM

    Thank you both for your input and comments


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LIVELYGIRL2 2/5/2013 6:43PM

  It is an emotional time getting split up.

There are hours of motivational stories here. You can feed yourself some of his inspiration. Some of the groups have accountability partners or steaks, and other plans.

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CYND59 2/4/2013 7:46PM

    You can do this! emoticon

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