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Tuesday, November 13, 2012

See that face? It looks happy, but the truth is for the past 2 months, I have been anything but happy. Yesterday, I made a conscious effort to change this! I went to Zumba, and my instructor was genuinely concerned about my well being. We had an awesome talk before the class and she even let me choose a song for the set list. I had fun sweating! Yesterday is the first day that I have ate right for an entire day since August.

You don't even want to know what the scale says. Sunday, I weighed in at 197. This was not okay for someone that has weighed 159 this year. This morning I weighed in at 192, and I know it sounds facetious, but I am happy that I didn't go over 200 pounds. I am not sure that I could bounce back from letting myself get that far away from my goals.

I know it's important to not beat myself up, but this beating that I have given myself has made me realize that I have goals set and I will reach them! Here's to being a size 4 and being at my goal weight by August 2013.

My goal is to be 185 by Thanksgiving! I know it is a little unrealistic to lose 7 pounds in a week, but I want to do it just to prove to myself that I have it in me to succeed!
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    Keep your head up lady you will see better days felt that same way last week.You sound determine so the outlook looks good..I'm rooting for you.Let's get it in!!! emoticon
    2020 days ago
    Once you lose your motivation its hard to get it back but if you keep plugging away at it you will find it again. We all certainly know that at times it can be hard. Know that we are here for you and we are happy that you are still going moving forward and pushing for your goals. Keep up the good work. emoticon emoticon
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