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~sigh~ more weight gain.

Saturday, December 29, 2012

emoticon emoticon The scale is not my friend. I am officially getting discouraged. For the second week in a row I've lost no weight. In fact, over the past two weeks I've gained 1.2 lbs. I attribute this to the fact that I LOVE cheese, I drink too much, and I ate a lot on Christmas.

So the plus side is its ONLY 1.2 lbs. But the negative side is I'm feeling a little defeated. I know that the scale doesn't define me but it makes me feel like all this effort isn't actually changing anything.

And to cap it all off I went out to breakfast with my hubby this morning (right after the weigh-in of despair) and ate about 1000 calories which I now feel awful about. Why don't I just shoot myself in the foot?
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    Don't get too down on yourself, lady. It's the holidays and you've only gained 1.2 pounds! That won't be too difficult to burn off! Also, if you shoot yourself in the foot, you won't be able to skate so, you know, avoid that. Blahaha! Taking figurative speech literally, FTW!

    Happy New Year!
    2241 days ago
    Thank goodness each day is a new day to start again - right? And soon a new year to really feel like we're starting again just like everyone else. I've taken it a little to easy on myself eating many, many extra plates with lots and lots of chocolate recently. Soon I will have actually eaten all the chocolate out of the house so portion control will be easier ;)
    2241 days ago
    Same boat as you. Again, only a small gain, but still depressing! But at least we're both back on track to losing again.
    2241 days ago
  • BATTY30
    No stress girl I'm right there with you. I have gained A LOT of weight since Thanksgiving and got on the scale today just to depress myself. The new year is almost here so chin up we can start afresh come the new year. emoticon
    2242 days ago
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