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Bad bad me!

Sunday, February 23, 2014

It is such a bad news for me. After staying at 65kgs for over 6 months last year. I came back to 70 kgs last week. Of course, a huge entrance exam, frequent visits out of the city, stress-eating did not help. emoticon
Also, I noticed I can't workout as long as I used to and I am burning very less calories when I actually do workout. This is such a horrible situation. emoticon
There's a huge event coming up next month and I am supposed to look good for it. I am so tensed. I feel so bad. I don't know what I should do. Nothing is working. emoticon
Somebody tell me what to do. Please!
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    You are in charge of you - right? The siggestions below are excellent - weigh your food and use fresh fruit or veggies for stress eating. Get in little bits of exercise - 10 or 15 minutes at a time several times during the day. Put on some good rock n Roll and cardio dance for 10 or 15 minutes, then back to studies for and hour or so, then dance it off again. Be sure you drink your water, too. Just failing to do that can make more of a negative difference than you might think.
    1578 days ago
    You can squeeze in shorter bits of exercise - do an hour of studying, then march in place for 10 minutes on a break. And figure out something to do instead of stress eating - or at least eat things like carrots and celery, or fresh fruit.

    Good luck, things will be resolved as soon as you take that exam, right?
    1579 days ago
    Don't do that to yourself. You messed up, but you have to start on a new track. Weigh your food, not yourself for the next week. Make sure you get your exercise in, too.

    It is not easy, but you can get help from your spark friends on being accountable. You can't give up on yourself!

    1579 days ago
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