Whew! Good to hear from you and better yet, you're holding onto your progress!
There is nothing wrong with maintaining...! I should know as I've been doing a whole lot of that these days...lol.
It can be frustrating trying to break through those plateaus. My problem is that I'm rolling with the plateau and not bothered enough to shake things up to drop some more pounds. For the most part I'm content with maintaining these days...if a few pounds would like to part company I won't look a gift horse tho... :-)
Plateaus are best broken by shaking up your workouts, bumping them up a bit and also by varying your diet, either up and down in calories or possibly by some short term carb restrictions, etc.
Keep at it AMYLIZZ727...and keep posting your efforts!
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Thank you for your concern, I'm not gone and there is no need to fell badly. I was having a day... I'm still plugging away, just a little frustrated. I'm not making the progress that I was hoping for but I guess I can hold on to the fact that I am not going back up the scale either.
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