OK I'm really back now... and this time I mean it!

Tuesday, June 21, 2011

I am officially back in the game! I have been working out for the past two weeks and I have (finally) started tracking my food and workouts on Spark. I still don't quite feel "all there" DH only worked two days last week... but so far this week he's worked both Mon and Tues, I just keep praying that the construction "dry-spell" is over. I am tired of worrying about bills and finances.... OK enough about that.
I actually checked my weight and I'm down two pounds from the last time I logged my weight in, so I'm thinking I haven't really done all that bad.... it could have been way worse. So it looks like I can maintain this weight loss, however I still want to loose more, if I could just drop another 15 LBS I'm pretty sure that would work well for me, I would still (technically) be considered overweight.... but hell... I've been in the "obese" category for so many years, I think "overweight" would be quite the accomplishment.
I am going to try to start posting to the boards and joining in the challenges, I just had to slowly ease myself back into this, and I feel that I'm ready to interact with you all now.
Wish me luck! Here I go!
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    We can come back together. I took some time off to regroup. I got so tired of weighing and measuring and tracking! But hey, if I want to lose weight, I know now that this is the only way it's going to work for me.

    WE CAN DO IT!!!

    emoticon on your 2lb weight loss. You're 2 lb closer to your goal. That's emoticon
    3043 days ago
    Welcome back. You will get there. Good luck. Things will get easier.
    3045 days ago
    emoticon I'm so glad you're back! Take it slow and don't take on too much at once and burn yourself out. Keep us updated on your progress, and if you need anything, I'm here to cheer you on! Woohoo! emoticon
    3045 days ago
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