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Starting over again, again.

Saturday, August 11, 2012

I reset my account. So I am doing fast break again. My new goals are to walk daily, to give up soda, and to read a motivational page.

You ask what has made me want to start again, again. Well I just realized that besides the fact that I am pretty much up to my highest weight (as much as before I got pregnant with my first child) I also only have one pair of shorts that fit.

So here I am once again, saying that I am starting again. I am worried that I will not be able to do it, and will once again fall off the wagon, but I have to try.

my weight right now is 174 (i think, since my scale is broken) i would love to get down to 145, but that is a big goal to start with. so I am going to break it down.

my short term goal is 1)170
2) walk daily
3) give up soda for 1 week

my long term goal is 150

(when i get there, i will see what i think. I have been very happy at 150 in the past. )

what i have accomplished today... walking (we went to the zoo, walked for hours.), starting this again, and blogging.
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    Hello JesseJack. I too am doing my best to get back on track after straying! I love that you've set small manageable goals. The only time we really are lost is when we don't try one more time.
    2106 days ago
  • KAYLA0041
    One day at a time. Being healthy is a lifetime journey not a race. Don't give up on yourself, you are worth the effort.
    2108 days ago
    In a year you will be glad you started this again today. I believe you will be successful if you can just stick with it, speaking as a person who has quit and returned more than a few times. I am just back myself and making some progress and mastering my out-of-control mindless eating.
    2109 days ago
    Thanks for sharing
    2109 days ago
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