Melicious, I'm in exactly the same boat. I've been working out and eating well, hitting my calorie goal daily and my workout goal weekly, and I haven't seen a change in the scale or in my measurements for a few weeks now. I'm trying very hard to keep up my motivation despite my frustration.
Instead of focusing on what isn't changing, I'm trying to stay focused on the positive, which is that my efforts make me feel good. I have more energy when I eat well, I sleep better when I workout regularly, and I look forward to my workouts (especially my weekend hike--gives me something to look forward to all week long!). I also try to keep in mind that I AM improving my body, even if I'm not changing what I weigh: my brain is getting more oxygen, my heart is pumping blood more efficiently, I'm improving my stamina, I'm reducing my visceral fat, and I'm loading up on the nutrients it needs. I'm making my body more healthy, even if I'm not currently making it more thin, so my efforts have a payoff, even if I can't SEE it.
| Pounds lost: 3.0