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Week three

Monday, February 18, 2013

I lost 1 lbs last week! Totalling 6 lbs all together since i started :D Last week I feel, was a much easier adjustment, with little to no slips in diet and exercise. I feel like it will just get easier from here. I know my little 1 lbs weight loss isn't much but it's something to me! At least the weight is coming off and not packing on. That is very important!
Like i said week 2 was much easier than week one as far as adjustments go, and I think i finally get the concept of portion control more than anything haha. But i also understand what foods i have to stay away from, because i just cant control myself around them, so it's best to just not go down that road haha. And I have a good enough support group to help me along too, something i've never really had before, so it's just nice to have anyway.
It's a little stepping stone in the right direction and i'm thrilled :) I'll just keep on keep on one step at a time until i get to where i'm going :D
Also, it really encourages me to know i'm getting it right and gives me confidence to make the right decisions.
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  • v DOLPHINSINGER72
    Yes! Losing 1 pound is wonderful. Like you said, better than gaining a pound right? Sounds like you are getting a hang of this. emoticon

    It is good to know your trigger food and make sure it isn't around to trigger you. Especially at the beginning. Keep up the great work.
    1288 days ago
  • v 1STATEOFDENIAL
    Good to know you're sticking with it! Losing 1-2 lbs a week is doing wonderful!
    1289 days ago
  • v GOPINTOS
    Spark on! emoticon

    Smile and Enjoy the Rest of Your Day!
    Melinda
    SP Class of January 27- February 2, 2013
    Perfect Health Diet Team
    Calorie Cycling Team
    1290 days ago
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