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I need to relax and enjoy my weightloss achievement

Thursday, December 29, 2016


All over the holiday period I find myself feeling guilty and really scared of failure. I really need to relax. Yes I ate too many starches and too much sugary stuff. But as of yesterday morning I was basically maintaining. 1 kg over the lowest I had 1 month ago. But that makes it 3 months of maintaining. Yes yesterday and today I definitely ate too much. But I was visiting friends and having fun. We also went for a 5km walk today. And tomorrow I will exercise and refocus on my eating. No I am not a failure! I can do this!
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  • THE-NEW-START
    Maintaining is better than gaining. A little holiday indulgence is nothing as long as you get back on track. Yes you can do this!
    1483 days ago
  • DDOORN
    I've slipped a teensy bit myself, but you know, WE'VE GOT THIS!

    What good is the journey if we can't enjoy the ride?

    Folks like us KNOW what it takes to succeed and to hold onto our success.

    I'm rootin' for you and rootin' for me cuz I just know we're ALL gonna

    Keep the SPARK! :-)

    Don
    1485 days ago

    Comment edited on: 12/30/2016 3:28:24 PM
  • KENDRACARROLL
    I think many of us did some holiday indulging. Time with friends is priceless. Glad you got to relax a bit.
    Now on with it!
    1485 days ago
  • NATPLUMMER
    You are doing great. You definitely not a failure. emoticon
    1486 days ago
  • BJAEGER307
    Yes you can do this! You've made great strides in your journey of health and weight loss. Keep up the good work. Actually I take that back, keep on your journey and enjoy life. You look amazing. Someday I will post a picture too! emoticon
    1486 days ago
  • BLUEEYESCANADA
    Steph, you are doing an amazing job. You definitely are NOT a failure. emoticon
    1486 days ago
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