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Friday, February 08, 2013

My poor beau, he should be nominated for sainthood methinks! I have been at the same weight for exactly 2 months now. Its frustrating...which is what I tell my beau on a daily basis...just in not so few of words!
When I first started tracking everything, I tried tracking my mood and energy levels...I think the graph was starting to spell out 'You're Crazy' so I stopped tracking that, lol!

My beau reassures me every single day without fail that he loves me, he wants me to be healthy so I can be with him for a long time, but he loves me how I was yesterday, how I will be tomorrow, and how I am today.
I know that I project my own feelings on to him and that is not fair for him, but it is one of those things that I don't realize that I am doing until after I have done it.

My 2 month stall bothers me.
The previous statement was edited for language and violence.
Although I know the reasons WHY I have stalled and that I am doing what I can right now, it STILL gets under my skin that I only have 24 hours in a day. On top of being sick for all of December and part of January (yep, when I get the flu, I GET it!), now I am working on packing/moving. I keep reminding myself that as long as I don't gain weight, I will be alright.

I DID manage to be productive yesterday after work, no formal exercise per se, but I got a lot of packing done. I am more than halfway done packing now and actually getting excited to be moving. I am hoping to get another several boxes packed this evening, but will have to see how much time/energy I have left after running errands after work. My ankles are not too happy with the amount of energy I had to run around the apartment like a nut packing things last night.

I also have been doing marginally better when eating. However, I am noticing that when I eat a moderately sized meal (i.e. more than a banana and 2 hard boiled egg size), my stomach bloats up in no time, not like giant or anything, but enough that I can tell its taking up the extra room in my waistband that I had been enjoying.
I am thinking that it has something to do with not having my gallbladder, but then again, I am wondering if it has something to do with eating carbs. I think I am going to try tracking my food on paper and track my tummy discomfort at the same time to see if I can tell what is going on. I am thinking that doing it on paper will be a bit easier while we are relocating since I am not sure when I will have enough time to track it on the food tracker here.

Peace out.
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    Hope you figure out the food issue soon. I totally get the bloated stomach issue. I get that when I have dairy. remember small changes add up. You can do it.
    1933 days ago
    Well you sure have a lot of loving support there! That is wonderful! emoticon
    1933 days ago
  • KAREN608
    Well I've seen skinny teenage gals after they ate and they expand some after eating, so I think it is normal and temporary. But some food might be upsetting your system if you feel uncomfortable. I am sure you will figure it out. Frustration seems to go with the territory of losing weight if you ask me. At least your dear one listens, mine doesn't.
    1933 days ago
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