A couple days

Tuesday, July 09, 2013

Where do you find the 'stick-to-itivness' go more than a couple days?
I'm an instant gratification the fact that I've been around 1200 calories for the past couple days...that to me means I should be an instant 5lbs lighter..right? I can't be the only one that wants to go to bed and wake up 20lbs lighter...right?
I know there is like OA..what Overeater's Anonymous? What about just food addiction in general...b/c I could go cray at that place..
My name is Suzy and I freakin' LOVE food. 1200 calories a day doesn't feel satisfying to me...yet my body is the thing I am MOST unsatisfied with right now.
How many days is it going to take until I 1)see some progress 2) feel like 1200 calories is 'enough'?
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    emoticon Sorry honey, there is no quick fix. It really sux but you gotta be patient and do the work. It is a process (or a journey) and every step along the way is building up to a better you. I am finding that this journey can be very long - not trying to discourage you, just keepin it real. I was stuck at a 10 pound loss for 6 months! That is 6 months of food tracking, exercising, and doing everything right....scale did not budge. Was I freaking out? well, a little....but I just had to believe in the process and also changed up my calories and exercise and viewed this as my body's "transition phase". It was just hanging out and learning how to deal with all the changes on the inside. I actually needed to raise my calories by 300! that did the trick! I have been losing 2-3 pounds a week now! Down by 19 pounds so far since December 2012. Is it easy? Hell no, but anything worth having is worth working for!
    Hang in there and stick with it!
    Missourians! Team
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