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Wednesday, September 25, 2013

So I just wanted to clarify that I weighed myself for the first time in awhile and was totally blown away by what I saw on the scale. It freaks me out that in the matter of two months I had managed to gain back 12 pounds. I have been wigging out all day and am not sure what to do with myself. Normally I would make some lame excuse about how it was ok (in my head) to gain weight or not keep track but now I ultimately feel pissed at myself for not being more responsible with my life.

I knew that when I went away to student teach this summer in Buffalo I picked up seriously bad habits...It felt good after a long day to indulge in terrible foods, sit down and not get up for the rest of the night. With that being said after student teaching I haven't been able to shake those habits. I want to change that

You have to start somewhere, and pick yourself up when you fall. I am starting again today, I hope there are some other sparkers out there that can stay motivated with me or even hold me accountable :)
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    You can do it. It always amazes me how much faster the weight comes back than it goes away! But now we're back in session and you can get it back off!
    1968 days ago
  • DEE1221
    I've been there too! I believe, for me, I have to keep trying! If I didn't...OH BOY....I don't know where the weight would go!. So WE pick ourselves up, dust off and take one step at a time to lose weight and get healthy.

    We can do this!! I'll help any way I can.
    1968 days ago
    I'm having issues with wanting the weight to come off faster than it possibly could. We just have to keep going and in a few months we will be surprised with the results. emoticon
    1968 days ago
    emoticon I'm here all the time, so if you feel like slipping, feel free to send me a SparkMail!
    1968 days ago
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