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If it's not working, then it's time for a change

Friday, August 30, 2013

When I failed to make my latest goal for my weight loss, I reset my goal. I also linked my nutrition to my fitness (an option Spark gives us). Well I have to say, the scales went up. Obviously this isn't working.

So I am resetting my goal again to a tighter time frame and in the process I am lowering my maximum allowed calories. I need to be tougher on myself. I did not like the number on the scale this morning. After a week of vacation with lots and lots of exercise and good eating choices I should have seen a loss. I didn't.

SO reevaluating and hoping that I see progress soon.
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  • PATRICIAAK
    you have to find what works for you
    1786 days ago
  • REBECCATKD
    Time for a change indeed. The biggest change I made this past spring after reading The Spark Solution was my calorie intake. I thought that I needed 1600-1800, plus more if I worked out hard. Turns out I needed to stay between 1400-1600 even when I worked out hard. It made a 6-pound difference!
    1786 days ago
  • 4CYNDI
    I have to agree. If it's not working, time to change it up. Good luck with your new goals/time/fitness & have fun with it.

    Good luck! WE CAN DO THIS!
    1786 days ago
  • ROCKLAND2010
    You are smart to rethink the plan and make changes. We need to be flexible in how we approach this challenge. Best of luck and happy Friday!
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    1787 days ago
  • LOPEYP
    Good luck with your new plan!
    1787 days ago
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