Tuesday, July 07, 2009

Well here it is almost mid July...I've seen nothing more than the same three pounds come off and on. I am discouraged. I am the heaviest I've been in my life and don't even want to leave the house anymore. Which just adds to the misery.
I've set small goals, and can't even seem to accomplish those. I don't want to give up, but I'm having a hard time moving forward. Try try again, I guess. I'm eating a lot of fruit, but admit I've done nothing in the way of exercise. I know that's a key but can't bring myself to even move. Not sure where to even begin....AGAIN. Sometimes I lose 2 pounds and it's like it triggers me to eat more. Oh look you've lost...better get that right back on, with more!
Don't mean to whine, just venting to self. emoticon
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  • RD03875
    I know how you feel, I've been down that road but I knew I had to get up and start doing something. Just take little steps and work your way up! You CAN do it!
    3543 days ago
    Start by walking to the corner and back. Gradually increase what you can do exercise wise. It is a combination thing - diet and exercise. Also, check your nutrition content and stay within those ranges. It will make a difference!
    3543 days ago
  • ARMYGIRL1968
    Hi! Depending on what you do all day, it is possible to lose weight just eating right. You should exercise, but sometimes that needs to be Step 2. When you start eating healthy, you will get the energy and desire to exercise. Don't think of exercise as just going to the gym or running. You can burn extra calories doing all kinds of things - swimming, gardening, walking, climbing stairs. Keep lots of healthy snacks all over the place - work, home, bring healthy dishes and veggie trays to parties (at least you know your food is safe to eat!)

    good luck! keep on concentrating on your short-time goals and the long ones will fall into place!!! - JD
    3543 days ago
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