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OMG I slipped, BAD!!!

Sunday, July 20, 2008

Well, its been awhile since I have been on here and man I didn't like some of the things that happened to me. I really liked the progress I was making and that really took at nose dive. I didn't realize how helpful the visualization of seeing my weight on the tracker was and I was more accountable when I signed in every day to sparks. Since not being on here I have gained 10 pounds. Man in that depressing!!!

But the good news is I am trying it again and I am going to just start being more accountable by writing down what I eat, even if I wish I would not have ate it. That is the first step I need to do and then I need to add small goals. I need to drink more water and less coffee. I also need to start exercising. which means would have to get up earlier in the morning and I need my beauty sleep!!!

I have to remember I am doing this for me and to set an example for my children to live a healthy active life.

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  • NATUREPHOTO
    Glad to see you've picked yourself up. I know how you feel as I've gained a lot back in the last year even though I keep trying. I'm just starting to deal with the emotional issues as well as the other things that contributed to the slide. But through it all, I keep getting back on and trying which I think you will find is the most important thing you can do for yourself.

    Maryann
    4138 days ago
  • CMLANDE
    You can do it. Don't beat yourself up. Let that 10 pounds go and get right back on track! You can do it
    4139 days ago
  • ROSIECW
    Best wishes as you continue. There's likely to be some back and forth. You'll get it.
    4141 days ago
  • WINNIE-POOH
    Just take it one day at a time. May God give you strength to take it one day at a time. emoticon
    4141 days ago
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