Keeping Strong

Saturday, May 07, 2011

It has been 2 weeks since I've had any loss, and now I understand why a couple years ago I only progressed so far. I think I got to 212 and just hung out there and so after a bit of time, quit working at it.

I am currently at 210. I have been doing all the little "tweakings" and the scale is holding firm. But I am not in th least discouraged. Sooner or later it will budge, so I am keeping strong and waiting it out :)

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  • FITB4-40
    Great Attitude! By not giving up, you are sure to get there emoticon
    3586 days ago
    You are so close to onederland, your "tweakings" and positive attitude will get you there!! emoticon emoticon
    3586 days ago
    emoticon Keep tweaking, change things up. Have a day that you completely throw your body for a loop with something different - exercises and/or foods. I haven't quite hit the huge plateau yet (this time), but recall before that a good splurge day usually shocked me back into the groove.

    Keep on keeping on, and it will fall off, again ;)
    3587 days ago
    Great job on coming this far. You're an inspiration!! emoticon
    3587 days ago
    Stay Strong!!

    Tess emoticon
    3587 days ago
    Keep doing it, keep tweaking, and you'll push past this to ONEderland soon.
    3587 days ago
    Good for you!! Keep it up!! There are more advantages to exercising than weight loss. You seem to realize that. Your attitude shows it. I've been away and not able to exercise correctly for the last month and a half. You've given me courage to start up again. Thanks! GOOD LUCK!!!
    3587 days ago
  • ASHLEE624
    Good for you! It can be so frustrating trying to figure our bodies out. But, you have the right attitude... you just have to wait it out.. you will see changes again soon! emoticon
    3587 days ago
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