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Weigh In

Tuesday, September 10, 2013

9/10 263.2
9/9 264 (sodium for party is likely the culprit)

9/8 263 OK. I am not upset because I know I will fluctuate. It is the loss over time that matters AND I have peace with myself that I am consistently doing my best and have stayed in my calorie range and got in my exercise. I WILL continue to chip away! This makes 2.4 pounds lost for one week. 24 pound in ten weeks from now at this rate? I'll take it.
9/7 262.2
9/6 264
9/5 264 I KNOW this has got to move down soon...being patient
9/4 264
9/3 263.8
9/2 265.2
9/1 265.4

Member Comments About This Blog Post:
_RANDY_ 9/10/2013 9:05AM

    love your weigh in shares!

I never weigh at home -- only at my TOPS meeting -- but thinking about trying a morning weigh-in --- might help me to "look" more "honestly at my weight -- and any denial issues or "excuses" that I make.

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FATTYBOY230 9/10/2013 7:14AM

    im looking for a fish that's low in sodium. maybe ill try lookin into freshwater fish.

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JACKIE15108 9/10/2013 6:29AM

    The number is going down and even at a good rate.....congratulations!!

hey say it's better for maintaining the weight loss afterwards if you lose slower.

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GRAMMYNSC 9/10/2013 6:25AM

    You can ask around but I don't think it is a good idea to weigh yourself every day! Once a week is usually the rule or else you get caught up in the scale game which looks like to me you are playing....not tryin to be mean here just I did the same thing when I began SP and everyone said stop doing it! Add some dancing to your exercise routine it is fun and doesn't feel like other exercise....I like line dancing and if you look at my blog I have alot listed!
Good luck and God Bless

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