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My first week! :)

Thursday, August 29, 2013

Well the week is over.. And it wasn't as hard as I was expecting. I had more slip ups that I should have, but the main thing is that it didn't affect my weight loss, or my motivation!!

So this time last week I was 203lb, which is what pushed me to start.. I had been 200lb or there about for a whole year, so to see that I'd started to gain more weight was a scary thing!
As of this morning I was 198.6! I didn't believe it if I'm honest, and moved the scales around the bathroom in case there was a bump in the floor giving a false reading! (There was one spot where I was 170 something lol! So I put it back into my original spot and tried again.. And yep 198.6!

I thought I would feel much more confident by now, but I don't feel any different. I'm actually thinking that that's a good thing though, as in the past I've dieted for a few weeks and lost a few lbs and felt more confident and ended up giving up! But that's not going to happen this time!!

I've realised a slip up is not the end of the world, and certainly not the end of my diet!!

So here's to next week! Wish me luck!!

Oh.. And if anyone could help me:
On my weight loss tracker everything is in lbs, even on the settings for my ticker on my page.
But I've noticed today that my ticker is in kg's, and saying my goal is 50kg! How do I change this?
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    congrats on the weightloss!

    It IS a journey! Unfortunately, I've done it once...and many times before. I was about 195 pounds, and then I lost about 60 pounds. Kept it off for a while...and then when I got married.... YAY FOR 35 POUNDS!!!!!!!!!!! ugh.

    I'm working on it... I hate having to do the whole "lose weight" thing... but I'm glad that I've got people to do this with now.

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