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Can't seem to keep to the change....

Tuesday, March 11, 2014

So I'm back to restarting again. I'm so tired of starting over again but worse. In January I went to the Dr and weighed 232 lbs. This was just horrible to see on the scale. So this time me and my man decided to work together to lose weight and get healthier. Originally a bunch of his coworkers were supposed to be a part of this but they have already fallen off.
We have cut all fast food and pop out, as well as chopping our portions down. And have been trying to hit the gym at least once a week, which may not sound like a lot but I hate going alone and he works 2 jobs so once a week is already super hard to swing. But we also work very active jobs.

I'm really excited about this this time because I have his complete support so don't have to worry about him sitting there eating things I can't have and tempting me. Also I weighed myself on Sunday and am down to 210.

So far the lbs have been falling off and I'm definitely going to enjoy this rapid loss while I can.
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  • DANIELS1467
    Pjb: Thanks! I'm excited to be doing all this with him this time instead of just by mmyself.

    Mtn_kitten: Thanks!

    Genre009: sparkpeople will only let me set weekly goals of 2lbs but the past few weeks the weight has been dropping off quick.
    1442 days ago
  • GENRE009
    Stopping processed foods is what keeps a lot of people heavy because it has a lot of salt, sugar or fat in it. Keep up the great job. I can only try for 2 pounds a week at the level I am at. eva
    1442 days ago
    Way to go!!!!
    1442 days ago
  • PJB149
    Congratulations. Having support in the home will aid you both. I wish you much success. WTG on being 20 pounds down. Keep up the good work. Good luck to you both. emoticon
    1442 days ago
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