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Medifast Day 124 -- I'm Back

Monday, November 11, 2013

I am dead tired. I drove over 600 miles in the last 24 hours. My neck is all stiff but that's partly because of the cheap bed at the hotel. Yeesh I am so spoiled by my tempur pedic mattress. I got my passport and plan on applying for American citizenship in January. Houston traffic was not as a shock to me as the first I went. I didn't even need the GPS outside the city to get back home.

I've been home 5 minutes and I already weighed myself (138 lbs) and want to get a bottle of wine and something tasty to eat. I had to watch the hubby eat a steak the size of a small cow and a dinner roll the size of his face last night. I don't eat steak but that bread... the only reason I didn't drink yesterday was because I needed to drive today. My hubby is scared of highways and the Texas highways are even worse.

Mentally, I feel like I checked out already on Medifast. I think I stopped caring about a week ago. I think it might be time to move on. I can't go a day without looking up a low carb recipe or thinking of buying a crock pot. I'm already dreaming of protein shakes and which brand of whey powder to use. I have no goal pants to aim for. My size 4s and 2s are getting looser. I don't want to get smaller per say. More fit certainly. More healthy of course. But thinner? No.

I always thought that I would be unhappy until I hit my original goal of 130. What I didn't expect was to be happy with my body before that. One of my biggest fears in the last 4 months was to get to 130 and still be unhappy when I looked in the mirror. But now I'm happy.

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Member Comments About This Blog Post:
MISHAMW 11/12/2013 11:55AM

    Way too go. Happiness is very important. And if you like where you are, then that's all that matters.

Congrats on reaching your happy place!

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KATRICK528 11/12/2013 8:43AM

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Being happy with your body is the important part! I am glad you have reached a point in which you like your body. I know that is my ultimate goal.

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QUERISTCHIUN 11/11/2013 11:23PM

    I think that's an amazing personal accomplishment! To be able to tell yourself honestly that you are satisfied with your body and not self loathe yourself into pushing yourself to be smaller always. I recently changed my GW to 20lbs more than it was because I'm hoping against hope that something like you described here will happen to me. Congratulations on being happy with yourself! It may sound silly but coming from someone with an ED, I am truly both jealous and inspired.

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BREWMASTERBILL 11/11/2013 5:50PM

    Start lifting.

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NIMIRRA137 11/11/2013 5:27PM

    Your happiness with your body is more important than some number on a scale. If you are happy now, then I think there is nothing wrong with going off of the plan. Are you able to stop it early? Do they have a plan on how to go back to regular food without gaining weight back?

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FERRETGIRL28 11/11/2013 5:17PM

    Congrats on getting to that happy place with your body. You've certainly worked very hard and deserve to feel that way! I am not familiar with there a maintenance phase after you reach your goal weight loss? Or are you on your own once you lose the weight?

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