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Taking a break

Wednesday, September 21, 2011

Hi All:

I've put a couple of weeks of tough thought into this, but I think I need to take a break from SparkPeople.
I've hit a plateau that I've had a tough time breaking, and part of it I feel is that I'm putting a lot of thought every day (hour) into what I'm eating, how I'm eating, what I'm doing, how hard I am/am not working out, etc. Although this can sometimes be helpful, in my case it hasn't been so much. I was doing my best when I backed off from the stress of eating less and focused more on eating healthy and satisfying my hunger rather than resenting it.

So what I think I need to do is step back, find a good and lasting groove again, and then come back about a month from now.
I'll miss you Drkeyez and HockeyGal! I know I'm being a little selfish here, and wanna make sure you know how much I appreciate you guys and your support!

- Mel
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  • HOCKEYGAL21
    Oh no! I will really miss you. But, I can understand it. I feel like I have definitely backed off from my rigid eating habits and exercise even, and I feel much less stressed and just letting it happen. I am trying to keep my good habits and just live my life. But, I have so much less time to focus on it than this summer. Anyway, get your groove back and don't forget about us. :) I am sending positive plateau breaking energy your way. You're a rockstar, don't forget it!
    3071 days ago
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    Mel,
    dont be sorry girly, u gotta do whatcha gotta do to find YOU and your GROOVE again. We will miss u, and be thinking of u! You need to do whats best for u over all. Your a positive energy and have been my guiding light, so its gonna be sad not having u here. I hope u find what ur looking for , i really do :)
    *HUGS*

    ps. come back to us sooner then later will ya LOL.
    3072 days ago
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