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Stuck in a Ditch

Thursday, February 26, 2009

I have been trying tons of things and I seem to just get burned out or get bored. I am having a really tough time finding the weight loss solution that fits my life. I am busy alot of the time and so while I was in love with the last diet cause it didnt starve me. . . I couldnt seem to hold onto it because it required small meals every three hours and I dont have time to cook so often. Even tossing in easy snacks just couldnt help me stick with it. Add insult to injury I swear I have gainned a few pounds- but I cant be sure cause the scale broke and it is snowing outside. The past two days have been great for getting outside and walking. The snow melted so nice yesterday and I was loving the nice weather and then today the snow is so thick I cant see main street a block away.

I am feeling a little burned out. I need to buy a new scale and I think I need to go and meet people in the neighborhood. Maybe it would help to have a workout buddy. Face to face stuff. Cause right now I am floundering and I really want to succeed. My boyfriend wants to go to Cancun. That would be great but I hate taking pictures and seeing how different I look. Maybe I can jump on the train and while I wont meet my goal in 4 months I can still lose enough to not have backfat.

Wish me luck, I surely need it.
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  • LAZY-TURNIP
    You seem really stressed out, just take it a step at a time! You are trying and hey- sometimes that's all you can do in the run of a day. :) Is there any sort of prepare bulk meals to lessen the cooking? That's what I do, because I have zero time during the week.

    You can look great for Cancun! Just leap out of the ditch and keep truckin'
    4048 days ago
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