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Friday, September 13, 2013

9/13 262.8
9/12 263.4
9/11 264.6
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
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    24 pounds down is great
    1411 days ago
    Remember we have those friends called hormones too! Fluid also as you say, there are so many factors. You will do it, just stay with it. Get upset if you know you aren't working at it otherwise don't. It will come off.
    Besides 2.4 lbs is good for one week.
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    1412 days ago
    Tracking and weighing ourselves are wonderful tools. Scale weight doesn't always give a true picture. A body composition scale will help to provide data on changes between lean mass, fat, and water. The data knowledge allows us to make informed decisions. If the scale isn't going in the direction you'd expect, then you can use the data to determine if a change is needed. SP has lots of food plans to help with the choice of the food, quantity and composition that will keep our bodies healthy while we are loosing weight. SP has lots of articles and resources for ideas on changes to our plans so that they are effective. My caution is to not ignore the data. I had my head in the sand for a long time, ignoring that I was gaining weight. Don't be afraid to look at the data and search for the next program tweak to achieve your goals. Best of luck on your journey!
    1413 days ago
    I am at 232 and I am not going down much either. I heard that the more weight you have to lose, the faster you lose it, so why can't we lose it?! LOL!
    1413 days ago
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