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May 8, 2013

Wednesday, May 08, 2013

Today I got on the scale and it was up. I am not going to let that derail me this time. Normally I would get depressed about that and binge. I have decided the number on the scale is not going to control me any more. It is time for me to get healthy, for me and my kids. I do not like the way I look and I know I am the only person who can change that. I am going to continue to exercise and try to make healthier eating choices. Here is to my new beginning!
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  • v DEEEBEE
    We all lose it at some point. I just read someone's blog today mentioning the Japanese saying: If you fall 7 times, pick yourself up 8. Good advice, I think. We all have to keep on. We all fail. We all have to start over.

    DeAnne, Missourians Team
    1210 days ago
  • v JACKIE4019
    You have a great attitude. Keep up the good work.
    1211 days ago
  • v MACILINN
    You can do it! great attiude, let's rock this challenge together!
    1211 days ago
  • v KATIBUG49
    Boy that scale has lots of power over us, maybe we should only get on it once a week & strive to get it down. It will NOT win this week!
    1211 days ago
  • v IMPETUOUS1
    Bah! Sorry you're struggling with this. It's an issue I've just freshly re-wrapped my head around today, with the commitment to stay mostly off the scale as I get stronger and leaner. We make long-term changes for long-term results and the rewards become self-repeating.

    As I've been frequently reminded from some of my amazing SP friends, scales have very little credibility anyway.

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    1211 days ago
  • v DOTTIEJANE1
    Good for you ,health is about a lot more then the number on the scale . Have a emoticon day .
    1211 days ago
  • v TIME2BLOOM4ME
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    1211 days ago
  • v JENSTRESS
    Can I just tell you that you have a FANTASTIC attitude! I used to be the same way (get down, frustrated, etc.) and binge. And I might not do too bad the first day, but it would just open up a gateway to unhealthy eating and then more frustration!!! When I finally stopped letting it get me down, and realized that it didn't matter what the scale said every time, it mattered how I reacted to it, and that my goal was health and continued health, well, it made a huge difference! I hope it does for you too!
    1211 days ago
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