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I'm still trying

Thursday, June 14, 2018

This is turning out to be harder than it was in the beginning. I ran into some health issues. I continued to track my calories, eat right, and drink my water but I couldn't exercise or get my walking in like I was for a while there. I've been trying to get back on track but it's proving harder than I would expect or like. I've still got some health concerns I'm dealing with and it's hendering my motivation and progress dramatically. Each day is a battle just to get my bare minimum accomplished, if that, but I haven't given up. This isn't how I thought things were going to be at all. Things were going so good. But I haven't given up. I'm still trying. I'm gonna have to keep pushing forward with strength training and cardio when I'm able to. I don't know what's gonna happen with my health issues. I'll find out june 30th. Until then I have this feeling of uncertainty and worry. It's distracting. I don't know what else to do with myself but what I'm doing. I'm still losing slowly. I've lost 32 pounds since February. But I'm afraid I'm not gonna reach my goal weight by my goal date. I don't know, maybe I will. But at this rate I won't. I've got to do something different! I've got 18 lbs to go before July 30th to reach my first goal weight. I'm still trying
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  • APPEALSTOME
    Applauding you for losing 32 lbs. Don't stop trying. Not meeting your goal weight loss on July 30 is okay. Sometimes things get in the way. I have been derailed with health issues a lot. Just keep trying to do what you can. Celebrate little accomplishments. I understand uncertainty and worry about health issues. emoticon
    147 days ago
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  • BILLTHOMSON
    Keep trudging that road to happy destiny
    155 days ago
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