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I made a BIG mistake

Saturday, February 09, 2013

Ok. I am not suppose to get on the scale until Tuesday. Tuesday is my weigh in day. But NOOOOOO. I had to get on the scale today. I KNEW BETTER. I did not need to see the scale today.

I got on==== and the numbers have not moved. Then I couldn't believe it and I got on about an houir later and the numbers were higher. I am laughing at myself, because I knew this would happen. So I am blogging out the frustration.

I am a child of God. I asked God to help me lose this weight. That is what he is doing. I will not let the enemy get a hold of my mind and my trust with numbers. I am feeling good. I have been eat right and the weight will come off. Tuesday is my weigh in day. On the positive side, I have not gained.

I am good--thank you Lord.

Member Comments About This Blog Post:
CYCLINGSANDY 2/11/2013 2:19PM

    Been there and done that too. God does have a way of shaking us up to show us He is still in charge.

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CLAIREMZM 2/9/2013 5:08PM

    As Muffinski said above, don't freak out! Weight can fluctuate in one day by two pounds, I've heard. Plus, the scale is not the best measure. You already said you feel better, and you know you're eating better. Maybe now is the time to start a little exercise...walk around the block or do a ten minute cardio video. Just a little something to get you started.

We're pulling...and praying for you!

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MUFFINSKI 2/9/2013 10:01AM

    Seriously, do not freak out! I've gone 2 1/2 weeks showing no loss. You are probably putting on a bit of muscle, which weighs more and then once your bod adjusts, the weight will drop off! Stay strong and be positive!


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