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Attempting to Climb Back on the Wagon

Monday, August 19, 2013

Well, I am ashamed to admit it, but I fell off the wagon (and away from SparkPeople) and regained nine pounds, adding yet another episode of weight loss/regain to my long history of the same. I'm trying to stay positive, but today the blues are knocking hard at my door. It's been raining for four days, and that isn't helping.

I started the day off with a light breakfast and a low-impact cardio video workout. Today I will do better than I did yesterday, and hopefully tomorrow will be even better.

--KJD
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  • v THOMASINA57
    Just keep putting one foot in front of the other and keep going... Don't give up, each day is a new chance to get it right.

    I hope your blues lift quickly.. Spark friends can help with that!


    1029 days ago
  • v CANDIK48
    You are not alone! Glad you found your way back on the wagon! I did the same thing, fell off sometime around last November and stayed there til June when I came back to my senses. This time, I made the decision not just to do it, but to not quit and to not give up. I'm going all the way to goal and on to maintenance and I'm not stopping til I get there.
    1040 days ago
  • v CAT-IN-CJ
    You can do it! It happens by making one good decision, and then making another one. . . and another . . and another.

    I'm 3 pounds over my 'tolerance' - which is 8 pounds above my goal. So, I'm with ya. . . .

    We got this . . . emoticon emoticon
    1041 days ago
  • v GRAMMYTINK
    I did the same thing but emoticon
    1041 days ago
  • v CJJANISS
    me too! emoticon
    1041 days ago
  • v BOOKWORM27S
    Good luck in your weight loss journey!
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    1041 days ago
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