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Time to Start Over?

Thursday, June 13, 2013

I go through this quite often. I have had a hard time the past few months trying to get my mind back on track so that I can get this weight off. I have been walking almost daily since late April/Early May, and haven't even began to see any results. I know why... at least I think I do... It's because my mind (with my food) is not on track. I am still eating extremely high calorie and just all around bad foods. emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon

I think maybe last night was my wake-up call. I ate entirely too much and got sick. I was up almost all night with extreme indigestion and acid reflux. It wasn't good at all. I tried everything to get it under control, but it didn't work. I wasn't even able to walk today because of how I was feeling. I was too hot and felt like I would pass out at any time. I am hoping and praying that this is a true lesson learned and that I will get on track and start seeing results.

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I have 2 emoticon s coming up that I really want to be in shape for. I want to do some running, but at the very least, I am so ready to walk without huffing and puffing, and feeling all around horrible even after one lap.
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  • THOMS1
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    1807 days ago
    You can do this! It seems like you have specific goals in place and you know what you really want out of yourself. I struggle with the same thing you talk about at the beginning of your entry - putting in the time to exercise and then sabotaging myself by indulging in my favorite junk foods and not seeing any results in my weight loss. It's a struggle but I am taking it one day at a time.

    Signing up to run a 5k seems like a great idea - it gives you a deadline that you know you want to be in better shape for. I wish you the best of luck in your journey and I hope your 5ks are a blast!
    1807 days ago
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