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Another weigh-in...

Friday, December 04, 2009

I weighed myself and took my measurements today, even though I was not going to as I did not eat much this week and barely exercised. I gained a pound (I'll take it). Pretty much everything else stayed the same as well. Not surprised, as I did not exercise much this week, as I was in a bad state most of this week. I need to find a way to motivate myself to get out and walk in this cold. I need to find a way to get my workouts in. I just honestly did not have any energy or even any drive this week. I want to lose weight. I NEED to lose weight. I just seem to keep running into obstacle after obstacle. Last week I was sick most of the week. This week I was depressed most of the week. However, I am proud of one thing I did do RIGHT this week. Even though I was pretty depressed, I did not do any emotional eating. I still only ate when I was actually hungry, even if I had to eat something because I knew I HAD to eat something. My appetite was fairly poor this week, but I still ate pretty much every meal, but less snacks at night, unlike usual. So I am learning. Slowly but surely I WILL get this weight off...once and for all!!!
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  • EGRAMMY
    Wow I am so impressed by no emotional eating. That is so hard to do. I try to do it one day at a time. you will be an inspiration for me. Healthy nutrition and fitness is a lifetime journey. You are so smart to start it young.
    3733 days ago
  • NINJACHEF
    emoticon You ring those bells for not doing emotional eating!
    3734 days ago
  • TABBYC
    Good job with not giving in to the emotional eating!
    3734 days ago
  • MISSJACQUE
    I know it can be tough to not get down on yourself, but just keep remembering what positives you did and keep praising yourself for them!
    3734 days ago
  • EPAINTER2
    You can do it!
    3734 days ago
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