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Day 1- I've been dreading this.

Sunday, July 07, 2013

Well, today I am officially back on track. I have to say, I dreaded today because of weigh in... and I was right to dread it...

252.8 pounds! I have no excuses other than the fact that I have been extremely lazy. It's time to change it.

As I sit here typing this, I am eating my breakfast, which is a victory of sorts... I NEVER eat breakfast. Which leads me to eating a huge lunch and then a huge dinner.

I still have to find a way to keep me motivated though. I usually do well the first day or 2 then I lose steam. I want to stop myself from doing that this time. I think I will make myself a reward chart, and blog every morning while eating breakfast.

Maybe then I can set daily goals for myself.

As for today? I want to take today to familiarize myself with my food scale again and to drink more water. As for exercise, I plan on doing the wii fit and maybe zumba this afternoon.

Well, happy losing everyone!

Member Comments About This Blog Post:
KTIERNAN09 7/8/2013 12:15AM

    My scale and I are on semi-non-talking terms right now, haha. But I'm at the same spot you are! Starting over, getting back-on-track, rebooting..however you phrase it it is always a bit of a challenge. Especially on the motivation side of things. But we can help keep each other motivated to push through!


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TRYINGTOLOSE64 7/7/2013 8:37PM

    You can do it!! Just take baby rushing!!

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KDRICH24 7/7/2013 11:38AM

    Weigh in.... Yes it is difficult... I found that when I take a little bit at a time. One victory, one meal, one snack, one day, one hour at a time it isn't so overwhelming. we all mess up. I say to myself, "It's ok, i'm human, i made a mistake" When I am nice to myself It is easier to get back on track.

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