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Discouraged!?

Sunday, December 11, 2011

I am slowly gaining weight, AAAHHHH! I am in a rut, and have to claw to get out of the whole I put myself into emoticon. The last 12 weeks have been difficult, I have been trying to watch what I eat, which I don't always do the right move but 9 times out of 10 I do ok. Exercising is the issue. Not that I don't want to but couldnt find the time. Between school, work 3rd shift, and sleeping; and... welll.... HERE I AM!!! I have a 3 week break from school, so I am going to kick some butt to get back on track and watch the scale go back down. I am tired of feeling fat and bloated and just plain bad. I promised myself 2 years ago that I wouldnt let myself get this way. emoticon
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  • JUSTJUSTY
    It's always amazing to me how time flies!! I often look back and realize if I had only... I'd be so much farther along now... Hang in there! emoticon without a doubt. You are emoticon
    3033 days ago
  • no profile photo CD10259955
    Working thirst shift wreaks havoc on your body, especially when added to your other obligations! You will get back on track! I'm super proud of you that you are tracking your food (my downfall). I think you'll be fine after once the hoidays are over!!!
    3035 days ago
  • USFBULL
    Keep up the good work and spark on! Sometimes the road is rough and I'm amazed at how I can find those cut backs that take me in the wrong direction and also amazed at the discoveries about myself along the way.
    We all have setbacks, shocking, keep doing the next right thing. Spark Friend. emoticon emoticon emoticon
    3035 days ago
  • WYO_CASEY
    Just don't jump into it so deep that you won't want to keep it up for the whole three weeks!

    You CAN get on track. You WILL!
    3035 days ago
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