I've been here, just not HERE. (anyone have a challenge suggestion?)

Thursday, March 01, 2012

I've been on spark nearly everyday this last month even though I haven't really been on the site. I've been logging my fitness minutes and reading messages/earning some points but not tracking my food which I really feel is a HUGE part of me losing weight.

I haven't gained anything, or lost, in the last two months which really has me frustrated. I had planned on losing 20 in the first three months of the year and that isn't going to happen. There goes my plan.

After trying to join a few other groups on other websites I belong to (mom websites) and talking to a few people they all seem to say the same thing-I'm not eating enough. My problem with this is when I eat more I feel gross. Now by more I mean healthy choices not what I did this last week which was eat every bad thing I want without any moderation. Terrible. I've just been so frustrated and in a funk.

I haven't been the best wife, mother or friend that I could be. Let alone be the best to myself which is quite important.

Maybe I need to join another challenege to get me geared up again? The January Jumpstart helped and then I had my surgery which I'm fully healed from (other then the scars which are SO much better then they looked afterwards) but really set me back and made me feel like a lump on couch. My IRL weight loss class kinda stopped and never picked back up.

Does anyone know of any challenges that are starting soon that I could connect with and maybe help keep me motivated?
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    i completely understanding what you are saying here.
    Please read my blog of Saturday, February 25, 2012.
    If you are interested, then I challenge you to a one day mini challenge tomorrow.
    Several folks have been doing this with me.
    Just send me a message if you are interested.

    Good luck,
    2271 days ago
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