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July measurements: I've been terrible

Monday, July 02, 2012

June:
weight-159.4
BF%-25.5
waist-30.5
hips-41
thigh-24
upper arm-11.75
calf-15.5
bust-36

July:
weight-163.8
BF%-25.5
waist-31.75
hips-42
thigh-24.5
upper arm-12
calf-15.75
bust-36.5

Everything went up.... WTH is wrong with me!? I'm slacking on my healthy eating a little bit, haven't been tracking my calories at all, and I'm not exercising as much as I was before. I've gotten lazy, in all different aspects. I think the fact that I was stuck at 155 for SOOOO LONG made me feel discouraged and like I'd never get to where I want to be, so I basically gave up trying.

I am starting to realize that not only do you have to work your ass off to get to where I am, you still have to work your ass off to stay here. I thought it would be easier to stay here, but it's not. I don't want to go back. Ever. Fat girl still lives in my head, and I never want her to physically come out ever again.
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  • SHERYLDS
    YOU WILL DO IT....
    live, learn, and keep moving forward
    2327 days ago
  • CKMATHERLY
    I've been the same way for 2 months now. The a couple of weeks ago the scale jumped back above 140 and that didn't make me happy. I'm trying to do better, but it's hard finding the modivation right now.

    I'm sure you'll turn it around. You just have to keep going. :)
    2327 days ago
  • MISSB8604
    She won't if you don't FORGIVE yourself and MOVE ON. Yes, you've made mistakes but you CAN beat this.

    Go back to basics and start over. We have a brand new month to reach amazing goals! DON'T GIVE UP.

    You're totally right, you are going to have work your ass off to get it off and keep it off. This became painfully clear to me last night.

    You're not alone in this. I have no doubt you'll reach your goals and be successful.
    2327 days ago
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