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Yes I'm a Bit Ashamed

Sunday, July 20, 2014

Wasn't expecting my Summer to go like this so far, what happened? From June 11 until today the scale just told me I put back 13 pounds. It would seem I am doing something very, seriously wrong. I thought I was going to do the exact opposite and I didn't. Not sure why or how this went this way. I guess it does sometimes. Maybe I can fix it. I went to Yoga twice last week and I've been walking again. It's the eating. I haven't been able to control my eating or do the things I want to do about it.

It's Sunday, let's try to focus this week on food habits and write things down. I graze too much and I haven't been tracking.
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5K today, it's just about time to leave for it too. I'll be walking it with my team, not running it for time.
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  • v JENNKFIT
    Thank you ladies for your positive comments, I appreciate them!
    708 days ago
  • v LIZ0515
    You can do it!

    When it comes to my experiences, weight loss is 80% nutrition. I never lost this much weight before until changing what I put in my mouth.

    It was hard to start and it is still hard.

    Just dust yourself off and start anew!

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    709 days ago
  • v GEMINICHIK
    "Any experience can be transformed into something of value. Everything depends on the way you look at things. You cannot have the success without the failures. "
    Stay positive & focused
    Best of luck!

    709 days ago
  • v KANOE10
    Be compassionate with yourself. Everyone finds themselves working off up pounds. You have made a detour, but you are still on your journey. Today is a new day. Hope you enjoy your 5l with your team today. Good idea on tracking your food and planning ahead.

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    709 days ago
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