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What a long plateau!!

Wednesday, August 03, 2011

I know that I am not doing quite as much as I was 6 weeks ago as far as working out is concerned. I accept responsibility for that, not that I want to. I have been at my current weight, give or take the pound that fluctuates, for about 6 weeks now. I haven't done measurements recently but will in about another week.

My clothes are still loose, which is fantastic, but I hoped I would be down even more to go shopping this weekend. I guess It is possible I may just remain at this weight due to muscle. But I still want to see the scale go down more. I'm happy I have lost 15 lbs since May 7 but I want more!! I know, pretty damn selfish of me to keep wanting more loss.

As I said before, I know it's my fault and I take the blame for it. Because I can accept this, here is what I intend to do:

** I will be walking on the treadmill at night, no matter how tired I am. I stopped doing this (yeah, about 6 weeks ago) but I'm getting my ass back on it for at least 30 minutes each night.

**I am going to read and post more blogs. I read a lot of articles on SP as well as online stuff but I'm not interacting or reading personal stuff from other people. See, I have 2 blog posts today!

** I am going to remain positive! I have been at this stupid plateau for what seems like FOREVER but It is over! I am again in control of my weight loss, fitness and health. The scale is going DOWN!!

It has been nice blogging but for now I must go. My treadmill is right over there, It's 8:00 and my dinner should be digested and if I keep waiting I will think it is too late and I'll wait until tomorrow. However, my will power is strong and I have NO excuses ready to convince myself not to walk.

So until later my friends!
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