CINDYJAN
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hi all, ita been awhile

Monday, July 30, 2018

Well I was just reading my 1st entry when I was 58 damm this Thursday I will be 66 an I am still not down to the weight i want. I have lost weight was 390 now I am 273, I was down to 238 but I gained back the 30lbs that I lost when I had to do broth for over a month because I now have diverticulitis, but I am now just hanging in at that 273 an I do not like it am not sure what to do. I am not one to eat 3 meals a day. I have a small lunch/brunch what ever you want to call it around 10-11am daily, the dinner around 4-5pm. but my problem is I have been munching alot.. not garbage but yogurt,some chips, i love just a spoonful of peanut butter. I am still a big time stress eater. I have started to exerciser again like maybe once a week . I really need to get this going again, I want that 150-160 weight an right now at 273 I feel really, I mean really FAT emoticon . Dont ask how I lost the first 100lbs, I just didnt eat I think. I am glad this is here so I can talk an no one laughs or yells at me,you all just listen an that means a lot to me. Thanks for being there. emoticon
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  • RONDAJO56
    emoticon Don't feel bad. I've been on & off this site for 8 years now. This last year I've been doing really good compared to all the other times. But last month or two I've been losing go power!!

    I am trying very hard to control my overeating! And I try to exercise. If all else fails I at least try to walk the dog! Seems like every summer I get lazy- And lazy leads to snacking. Not a good combo!!

    I'm shooting for 145-- By the end of the year I plan to be down to 179. emoticon
    617 days ago
  • IGSBETH
    Just keep doing the best you can. It's funny how being healthier alerts you to how overweight you are.
    619 days ago
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