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Oh, why, Oh, why..

Monday, May 27, 2013

Oh why won't my weight budge it seems like I have been trying to lose the same amount of weight forever. My daughters wedding is around the corner and I'm still not where I want to be. I tell her I look like a bowling ball with legs.

I go to the gym on a regular basis and have gained muscle, although I'm not seeing much change in my clothes but have last a few inches here and there, just venting I suppose it seems a little hopeless at times.

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    1515 days ago
    Oh, I don't know where to start I think I'm in pity party mode at this point. Looking at the weight loss of others is driving me nuts. They make it look so simple, but I know it isn't.

    Please excuse while I go bang my head against the wall. JK.. Just frustrated I suppose emoticon .. the evil scale and the fact that if I look at something I gain an automatic emoticon five pounds.. That is how I feel.
    1805 days ago

    I know how frustrating it can be (and believe me, I'm often frustrated as well). Maybe your body has gotten too used to your routine and you need to shake it up a little. New fitness routine? New eating pattern? I don't know. I just hope you find that key to your success!
    1819 days ago
    I hate when I get humbled from a scale or that wishing just doesn't make it so. How exciting to be having your daughter's wedding coming up. What a wonderful day for you both.

    I hope you'll just think about the wonderful day. I don't know about you but I'm a pretty emotional eater...weddings bring out all sorts of emotions don't they? So look to all the happy ones, and not what your scale is saying to you.

    Take one little step at a time and you'll soon be dancing at a wedding...and you'll be gorgeous, you'll be the one with the big smile and a few tears! emoticon
    1819 days ago
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