Get serious

Tuesday, April 09, 2013

It is time to get real serious on my journey. I feel I am doing ok but when I see pictures from our trip, I know i have so much more to go. I am frustarted on the spare tire around the waist and the fat belly. Too much skin flapping around. Not sure how to work on getting this to disappear. I do threadmill, stationary bike, Zumba, and some sit ups. Hubby said I need to be patient for it took alot of time to put it on and it will take alot to get off. Wishing it didn't cost so much to have it cut down or sucked out.

Ok, that is my pity time. I will get back to pushing the veggies and fruits. I know I need to do more protein, just not that much of a meat eater. It is hard when I can't have tomatoes of any kind, have to stopped and check out all foods for the product and find so many things have it.

I will check into what else I can be doing and get going in the right direction again. I have the rest of the year to try to meet my ending goal.
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    Frustration is a valuable motivator but I think it is too negative to sustain real energy. I like how you segued from frustration into curiosity how you can find ways around your restrictions. Mobilization needs some positive force, so goals that are reachable in stages are a good idea!
    2234 days ago
  • BEWELL48
    Lovely picture.guess we can just keep trying! Sounds like you have a plan.
    2234 days ago
    Very nice picture of the two of you. Don't give up! Keep up your exercise and eat well. Do you put your nutrition in the tracker? Maybe you can watch for a little bit just to see if you are getting all the nutrients that you should be getting. You are determined so even if it is slow you will get there! emoticon
    2234 days ago

    my sister lost 105 pounds at age 63 walking 15000 steps a day'

    i lost 44 pounds at age 61 by giving up grain and sugar products


    2235 days ago
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