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trying again

Monday, January 13, 2014

went off the wagon for almost 2 months, gained 20 lbs, I let my emotions dictate what I eat and often it spirals very fast, I hired a personal trainer and work out with her twice a week, I prepaid so I wouldn't miss any session, I also post my food on spark people, I'm eating clean and taking baby steps, I no longer drink diet soda, and have made a real dent in not having any extra sugar, I lost 7.8 pounds in one week and it scares me because in the past when I have succeeded, I have let myself fail. messed up, I know, but am really working on staying healthy and accountable

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DALLASNOYES2 2/5/2014 12:54PM

    this is my 5th week of exercising consistently, 5 days a week, I feel more energetic, but I still haven't lost much weight, need to get eating and exercising on the same page, having a hard time with that

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DALLASNOYES2 1/14/2014 10:05AM

    thank you for all your comments, I had a good breakfast and will be going to a yoga class later on today, have our dinner chopped and ready to go now I'm thinking maybe i'll splurge for lunch, this mind activity is what I detest, let it go let it go

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MIA-MORSEL 1/14/2014 5:46AM

    for me, eating healthy wholesome food that I love and tracking everything keeps me grounded.

Over Christmas I had not tracked for over a month, nor exercised at all, I had meals out and seasonal luxury food and drinks, yet my weight remained constant.

It sounds to me like you may be depriving yourself of your favourite foods. Do you feel that you are? You can eat everything, in moderation, as long as you track it and stay within your calorie range.

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