Oooops I Did It Again

Tuesday, January 01, 2013

Ugggghhh! It pains me to enter 187 on my weigh in, when my last weigh in on Spark which was in August was 168. 2 vacations, 2 holidays and 19 lbs later here I am. I started 2012 at 196, and almost lost 30 lbs. How am I able to fudge that up? I let go of what was really important, which is taking care of my body, not just my cravings. I am not into new years resolutions but I am in to setting goals. My goal is to stick to this wonderful diet that got me 30lbs down last year. I want to make it to the 150s by May of 2013. I should have been only 9 lbs away, but now I'm 28. Oy! I know I can do it. I'm just going to be kicking myself in the ass for the first few months while I get back down to where I was plateaued for the longest, which is 171-173. I WILL NOT be writing this message again. I will not gain weight like this again, unless there's a child growing in me. 2013, let's do this.
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    Happy New Year!! :D
    1969 days ago
    WOW, this is Déjà vu for me!!!

    I started last year weighing 215 LBS, Lost 50 LBS, last 3 months stopped exercising, stopped eating healthy foods and put back on 20 LBS of it...(I swore I would never gain it back, but yet I allowed it to happen). I know that feeling of thinking if I had just stuck with what was working I would now be at my goal weight instead, I am 20 LBS Heavier...and 20 LBS further away...UGH! I don't do New Years Resolutions either, but a new, year a new start ...I am up to doing that!

    We did it before, we can do it again!!!

    And just remember, you definitely aren't the only one on here that will be kicking themselves in the ass ....I will be doing that to myself every day right along with you!

    Best Wishes to you on your Journey! :)
    1969 days ago
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