Ouch! I hit my head on the brick wall again!

Thursday, March 01, 2012

Know wot I mean? Sure you do!
If I ever weigh 180 lbs., I will be at the half-way point to my goal. Its only a number on the scale, I know that, logically. However, I have been between 2 and 4 pounds of that weight for weeks.
That number has taken on the importance of a brick wall. Every time I get close, BAM!! I hit the wall. Next day, I have gained a pound. Exercise, starve, exercise, starve. Oops, there's that wall again! Yay! Down to 182. Two days to success! HA!! brick wall! 184 for the next week or so.
My head hurts, but I keep trying. And when (not if) I get to 180, I'll be throwing a party for the whole blogesphere and you are all invited! Bring your slimmest silhouette, because I will really be strutting!
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    Just a thought but maybe you should take a vacation from your scale. I have an SP friend who was very hung up on numbers. After her month long vacation she was down over 6 pounds. Track your food do your exercise drink your water and ignore the scale. emoticon
    2243 days ago
    You will get there. I am hitting a wall of my own. Just keep on doing what you are doing and keep doing the work the rest will work out.
    2243 days ago
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    2244 days ago
    I feel your pain... my brick wall is 200... I've been dancing all of February... I feel if I could just break that point I could do anything... Here's to both of us not giving up!

    {{{{{{{{{{ HUGS }}}}}}}}}}
    2244 days ago
    LOL! I've been dancing around the 200 mark for months now. What's REALLY maddening is that I've lost fat, just not weight! The pants are loose, the rings are loose, bits of me are missing, but....

    I'm about the same as you - near halfway but not there yet! Can we just get this over with!?!?!?


    Here's hoping!
    2244 days ago

    Comment edited on: 3/2/2012 12:14:46 AM
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