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Day 3 of 100

Tuesday, October 08, 2013

Just do it anyway!
It is so easy to be excited about a weight loss journey in the beginning, then the day at the scale comes and most of the time that is when I get derailed. I miss a workout and it is hard to get back on track. The trick here is to pick yourself up and Just get back on track anyway.
I like the description of the person who is committed to their weight loss plan, they:
stick to their plan no matter what!
take action and Do it!
assume if they stay motivated, results WILL follow.
I want this description to be MY description. I want to keep moving forward no matter how small the step.

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    emoticon I am working on the "Just do it anyway," motto, also. No matter what! Sometimes I remember. Others those words have floated away. We can do this.

    emoticon on being able to cinch your belt tighter. emoticon
    2534 days ago
    You are so right about the scale.
    I only weigh once a week and that is it. I know I am getting smaller because my belt is more sinched than it was in August!
    2540 days ago
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    Yes. If you just keep doing the things that are most important to you every day, or several times a week as you planned, results MUST follow.

    Would it maybe help to use the scale less often if you know that it brings you down and makes you get derailed? You could even turn that into an 'other goal' (did not weigh myself today)!

    You don't really need the scale to know if you're making progress. How you feel about yourself, if you know you've been consistent in working on your plan, and if your clothes become more loose are just as good an indication of whether you're succesfull. And you're a success just because you took on those 100 days and are making good efforts!
    2541 days ago

    Comment edited on: 10/9/2013 11:43:10 AM
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