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Up early and already want a nap!!

Friday, July 01, 2011

I was up early and I already want a nap!! I just might take a short one. I did sleep all night...6.5 hours. Not too bad, but obviously no my full 8 hours.

I am stuck on a plateau. I have been at the same weight for 2 weeks. I goes up some but doesn't go down below that weight. How frustrating. I think I am not getting enough exercise...because I can slack on that if I am not motivated!! And I must be doing something wrong in my eating. Maybe I need to drop some calories or carbs. Gosh I love my carbs, though!! Any ideas?? I welcome comments!!

I have a busy day planned today. Going shopping with my sister and to the Temple. Should be a good day!!

Hope everyone has a good weekend!! Angie
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  • FRAN0426
    Even tho it's super frustrating not to be losing wight, hang in there. Maybe you need to change up some of the exercising, but I'm not good at that---love the swimming, walking and strength exercising; but haven't changed my routine for saome time. The last few days have been really hot and muggy--high heat index of 105 today, not good to be outdoors for to long a time being I'm asthmatic. Did go to lunch today with a friend and my granddaughter, and I could feel that heat index getting to me as my friends car AC is out of commition at the present. Have a wonderful holiday weekend. Hopefully for both of us the scale will start moving downward for both of us soon.
    3577 days ago
    Maybe you just need to try a different kind of exercise. Are you lifting weights? That is super frustrating when the scale just won't budge even though you're doing your best. I know that a lot of people say that just changing it up will get them through the plateau, though!

    Don't let it discourage you! You're on the right track!
    3577 days ago
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