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Doing well

Tuesday, June 04, 2013

I don't have an eating plan together at the moment, but I am doing well. Maintaining what I have lost. I gained a little back, maybe 4 pounds, but since that initial gain, I have leveled out and stayed very consistent which is good. I am glad that I am staying semi-close to where I was. I still have a ways to go, but progress is progress. I am ok with where I am. My goal right now is to get through this last week of school and then really focus over summer.

I have been eating ok. Not crazy bad, but not perfect either. I am still reading "Brain over Binge" and am about half way through. Even just from reading that much, I have a new perspective towards food. I feel less alone in this strange binge eating feeling that I get. I don't feel as crazy. I used to think that I was the only one. I couldn't explain or put into words how I felt or what my brain thought. It is so wierd to read the author's words and feel that they are my words. She went through purging, which I never have dealt with, but the binge eating part is exactly what I go through.

I have been maintaining my jogging. I got in 3 last week. I had an awesome jog on Saturday and a good one on Sunday. Saturday I pushed myself because the neighbors were out jogging too and I didn't want them to show me up, so I pushed it. I mean really pushed it! I shaved off 5 minutes! I was proud, but tired!

So, I am doing ok, but I feel like I am in limbo. I am in between the end of school and summer and not really actively working to lose the rest to reach my goal. I feel hopeful that I can make it happen though. Game plan to follow soon.
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    1684 days ago
    Maintaining your weight is not an easy accomplishment so that is wonderful that you are. Taking this weight loss journey in steps is perfect. You will hit your goal soon!
    1686 days ago
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