ANGIEGLASS

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Breaking the barrier

Sunday, August 24, 2014

Well it has been a while since I have last logged on. There has been a lot going on in my life... lots of stress. My son has more doctors and appointments than I could have ever imagined for a 4 year old. Work has gotten crazy with new management changes and new hours. School is still stressful and it feels like I will never be done. The stress of not having my own place is getting to me and I'm wanting to get out more and more each day. However, the thought of leaving my parent's is also stressful as I have never lived on my own and now that I have 3 small kids it scares me even more.
This summer has been a rollercoaster on and off the Atkins diet. We went to the beach last month and when we came back we decided that we needed to buckle down on our carb intake. No more cheat weekends. But as I got back into the swing of things I found that I'm really getting bored with the food. I also haven't had time to pre-plan meals/snacks so that makes it hard too.
Well today I stepped on the scale just to see and I have broken the 200 mark. I am at 199.2 today. That makes me SOOOOOO happy and I think is giving me the push to buckle down once again.
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  • BEACHCALSIX
    emoticon emoticon on breaking into onederland!
    Keep it up, life is stressful but that is part of the process! emoticon
    2174 days ago
  • WOUBBIE
    Maybe hit the local farmer's markets and try some new things? Get some new recipes? There's a world of great low carb food out there!

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    2174 days ago
  • CRYSALLIS1
    So glad your hanging on. Might be time to reassess & tweak your plan a bit but by all means keep going. Most of your stressors will pass sooner or later. For example when school is done you will probably feel like your on vacation. I'm rooting for you. You can do this. emoticon

    2175 days ago
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