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Saturday, February 09, 2013

I cried this morning. Right there on the scale. But they were tears of joy and disbelief for my own strength and achievement. I didnt give up on myself last night even though I felt so depressed and down for no reason at all, I didnt give in and binge. I have to keep pushing. I want to keep pushing. This is just the beginning and I have so far to go but m looking forward to this journey. I feel amazing at times, I feel horrible inside at times. And the keyword among those is FEEL. Theyre just feelings and I have to push past feelings of discomfort or sadness or any other emotion thats not good for my journey. All that's easier said than done but I know now what needs to be done and there are no more excuses for me.

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GOPINTOS 2/9/2013 11:27AM

    emoticon Makes me teary-eyed with joy also! I knew you could push through!

This is a lifestlye, which means... there is nothing to quit. It is not a diet to go on and off of. This is a lifestyle, your very life. All the changes, little and small. All the progress forward, any steps backwards.... you just pick yourself up and move forward again. All the little bits add up to alot :)

The scale does not always cooperate, so don't trip on it. It goes up and down for who only knows why, so don't let it be your sole guide. Take measurements. Pay attention to how your clothes. How you feel, inside and in your mind. When you start filling your body with good whole food and less junk, the fog will lift and you will feel fantastic!

I know you can do this!!
Thanks for sharing!

Smile and Enjoy the Rest of Your Day!
SP Class of January 27- February 2, 2013
Perfect Health Diet Team
Calorie Cycling Team

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