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Just 9 more pounds!

Monday, June 09, 2014

..Until I hit under 200!

I really want to see 199 on the scale, but I cannot seem to shake the next 9 pounds off. I have not seen that number since middle school. I want so badly to see this number, but instead of eating low sugar oatmeal this morning, I had a big bowl of cereal. Why?!

I know what is right and what is wrong. I know I have health issues that count on my dedication to do this. I'm very thankful that I haven't gained weight, but I cannot use that as an excuse to bounce back to my old ways.

It is hard, but I know I can do it. YOU can do it. WE can do it.

My #1 short term goal: hit 199!

I've lost 64 pounds so far, what is 9 more?

Member Comments About This Blog Post:
RENATA144 6/18/2014 10:22PM

  GO BABY GO !!!! emoticon emoticon emoticon

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BESSHAILE 6/17/2014 6:26AM

    Ha! Can't wait to hear the cheer rising when you see that number.

And no. You are not a number. You are going to see a number - and share it with us.

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STEVEN2GO2 6/9/2014 8:41PM

    You WILL do this! Good luck with the emoticon

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    YOU can do it! We're saving a spot in Onederland for you!

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Try getting up and moving in the late afternoon to get that metabolism going again. Just 10-20 minutes will do you a world of good!

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GEMINICHIK 6/9/2014 1:19PM

    Keep focused on that goal...change up your diet & exercise sometimes our bodies need a jumpstart

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LIFENPROGRESS 6/9/2014 12:17PM

    Sometimes, we tend to distract ourselves from reaching our goals. Just take a deep breath... and begin again at lunch time.
One day, one step, at a time.

You've got this! emoticon

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