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The line I keep crossing

Tuesday, April 15, 2014

It seems like I always have a weight limit. A certain number that I tell myself that no matter what, I will absolutely never go over. Over the past 2 years as my weight has been slowly creeping up, I keep moving up the number and as of this morning I am 17 lbs over my limit. I tell myself that it's probably water weight or what I ate for dinner the night before, but I ALWAYS find a way to justify it in my mind. So I move my number up about 5 lbs every six months or so. It's not that I'm obsessing about the number but my clothes just keep getting tighter and tighter. The jeans that I once tossed in the dryer now have to be hung to dry. I can't risk them shrinking even a little bit. I cannot continue this downward spiral, something's got to change and it's up to me. Is this the rock bottom I had to hit before getting serious?

Thanks for listening....I'm going to get on the treadmill now!
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    so easy for us to kid ourselves, when we are the only ones we are kidding, I have no suggestions other than keep track of everything that goes in your mouth, I find this is where I always mess up, always, and I do know that with all the exercise I do, that I am missing out on quite a few calories I put in my mouth weekly, otherwise I would drop a bit of weight. At my age it gets harder, but darn it, it should not be impossible emoticon
    1467 days ago
    It looks like you get plenty of exercise so you'll probably have to evaluate your nutrition. it is so easil out eat exercise. Make the food healthy and FUN!

    1467 days ago
    If you truly believe this is rock bottom than it shall be and the only way is up!

    Make Today the Greatest Day of Your Life

    emoticon Until Tomorrow!

    1467 days ago
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