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Patience!

Wednesday, May 22, 2013

No one has ever described me as patient. I tend to jump in to whatever, work hard, and be rewarded immediately. Well, I jumped into SP. I am working hard, both food choice and working out. There's no immediate reward! This is odd for me to have to be patient, because I know in my head that this is definitely the way to go, but some weight loss would be nice! My husband has been super supportive and encourages me every single day. I would love to be able to say I lost some weight this week. Doesn't look like it's going to happen. I love that I feel so much better and can exercise longer and harder. So patience it is!
I am waiting and determined to keep a good attitude!
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  • v LOPEYP
    Keep tracking and you will see results. Right now your body is in a remodeling phase. emoticon
    1194 days ago
  • v BUTTERFLYGRACE
    Joyce is so wise. She hit the nail on the head with this one!! Thanks for sharing!
    1194 days ago
  • v JACKIE542
    Love the quote Joyce Meyers is great.
    I don't have very much patience, but as far as weight loss I have learned to be. You have those good things going for you right now you feel better and can exercise longer. Remember that, soon enough the weight will start dropping. Also take your measurements, sometimes you lose inches before weight, and that is a mood lifter. emoticon emoticon
    1194 days ago
  • v ANNMACP0212
    Focus on those non scale victories. SOmetimes they're all we get. The scale is a fickle wench. Sometimes she cooperates after our hard work, sometimes not so much. Focus on how you feel instead. It's been a tough lesson for me, but is really helping my attitude stay positive.
    1195 days ago
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