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Don't think I'm going to make for my next goal

Friday, December 07, 2007

Just looking at my time that I have to my next goal today. And I don't think I'm going to make it to it. I wont to stay with a postive additute. But I've been at the same waight for the past month. I hope it just that my body is trying to keep up with my waigh as were is at now. But I really wont to get to my goal. But with my work and my back really bugging me is been really hard. But starting to day I will be working harder to get there.

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ALACIA22 12/31/2007 8:54PM

    Just hang in there and keep at it!!

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MARADAWN 12/18/2007 1:57PM

    You are doing such a great job as it is. Hang in there and you'll make it. I just tell myself I didn't gain all of this weight overnight and it's not going to come off overnight either.
Stay Strong,


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GINGER01604 12/11/2007 11:35AM

    You can do it! Try doing different exercises or different foods. You may need to jump start your body into loosing weight again. I am doing a 12 days of Christmas challenge for myself. It is 12 days that you commit yourself to do certain things. I am hoping that it is a short time that I can push myself to do it, but that it will trigger some weight loss. Hang in there and everything comes in time!

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LADEYDAY 12/7/2007 9:20PM

    You're doing just fine! Look at how you reached the goal you set in October. Just remember that this time of year is harder for everyone whith all the food going around. Relax and just enjoy the new you that you are & that you're working to become. You'll get there because you are making healthy choices. I've seen a message board (although i've never visited) about impatience. give it a look. My motto: "All things in time"

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