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Giving Up

Monday, July 23, 2012

I gave up on WW. Since I have been on WW (April 14 I started) I have only gained weight. I was paying for something I was not using. As I explained to the leader work has consumed me.I do enough writing, typing, tracking, scheduling etc at work. I don't want to track what I eat. There is no excuse for not maintaining what I had lost. Now I have got to go at it from a different angle. I am working on my short term goals and mini exercise routines. Going back to the doctor on August 15 will be another wake up call. I have not lost any weight, just gained. I have to come to grips with myself before it is too late.

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    Never give up, changing goals may be just the ticket for you. Wishing you much success with what you decide to do! emoticon
    2130 days ago
    It is difficult when you track, record ,schedule and plan on the computer all day for work to want to spend more time doing all of that (even when it is for yourself) when work is over! I understand!!!

    It's finding what works for you. Good luck with your short term goals and mini exercise routines. I know you can do it!! emoticon
    2132 days ago
  • CATH63
    Don't give up! Tracking is really important. I have an app on my phone called "loseit" that is much more user friendly that Spark's tracker. I enter everything as soon as I eat only takes a few seconds.

    If WW's plan isn't working, why not try something different like either following Spark's recommendations or maybe low-carb? I'm doing low-carb after 6 months of simply calorie counting and I'm losing weight for the first time since March.

    Check out the Living Low Carb team - it's really supportive and even if you don't want to take part you can still read blogs and posts to get ideas.

    Good Luck!
    2133 days ago
    2133 days ago
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