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7th Weigh-In... Yikes!!!

Monday, June 02, 2008

well... i weighed in on saturday and according to the scale I gained 4.2 lbs in a week!!! :-( i'm not too happy about this, to say the least. i couldn't believe my eyes. how the hell could i gain 4 lbs in a week. it took me 2 weeks to lose 4 lbs, and i gain it back in 1 week. this is sooooo not right.

i was really depressed after weighing in. i was on a roll and now a setback. not going to let it get me down.

i do realize that it was a holiday weekend and i did splurge here and there, but not so much that i would gain 4 lbs. I kept up with my workouts and even did more that what i have planned, for cryin' out loud!!!

i'm not going to let this get to me. i'm just sticking to my plan and no more splurging (this week anyway).


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  • HLTHAPPINESS4C
    Hi!

    Sorry you are having a setback. I know it's easy to let the scale bring ya down, but there are so many other ways to measure your success. But I know you know that!. emoticon

    I pitched my scale. I only weight in once a month at Curves. I did it for my sanity and my mental health. Sounds kind of funny but I am serious. I don't mean that you need to pitch yours but it might help to put it away for a little while.

    Keep your head up high and never give up! You've been doing really well.

    Take care,
    Cynthia
    4319 days ago
  • ILUVBEINGMOMMY
    (((hugs)))) i know how frustrating the scale can be! i have been there!! have you been drinking enough water? watching your sodium levels? it is so easy to retain water = gain false weight. i would just put the scale away and not get it back out until your next weigh in. remind yourself why you are doing this and i am sure it is for more than a number :)
    hang in there!! you are doing a great job!!
    *hugs*
    amber :)
    4321 days ago
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