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Here I Go

Saturday, September 03, 2011

Well, it has been a while since I wrote anything and it's been a while since I really tried to do something about my health.

I don't really know why I fail... but, hopefully I will get back on track very soon. I have sat my spark page as my home page as a reminder each time I get online. (I get online a lot... part of the problem...)

I hope each of you who reads this is where you want to be, but then if you are reading this, you are likely to be where I am. You may be doing a little better than I, but still struggling. I hope your struggles are lessened with each moment that passes.

I am going to put forth an effort to be here on Spark each day. Maybe I'll write a little each day... maybe things will turn around for me in this health thing.

How many times can I lose the same forty pounds? (If only those stubborn 40 were the only pounds to pound away...) But those forty pounds keep wandering back and getting in the way of the rest... and they just stay... glued to my body like a saggy, baggy elephant...
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  • MZLOVE1974
    I feel the same way Deborah. I regained 20 lbs of the 50 I lost in the last year. I'm so disappointed in myself. I feel like I wasted all the hard work, ya know? I know LOGICALLY that the only way back is to just DO IT.... eat right, move, one day at a time... keep at it... keep keepin' on.... but I have SUCH a struggle with it right now. Especially the food part. This past few months I have really binged bad on junkie things when they are around the house. I realize I am absolutely a food addict and I need to somehow curb that.

    Anyway... I didn't want to hijack your blog post and make it about me, just to let you know that you are right, many of us are in the same place. Bless you Deborah... I know you can do it, again, just like me!
    3420 days ago
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