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A little off track

Thursday, February 27, 2014

The last two days I have had a hard time staying on track. I think it might be nerves about going back to school. I am excited. But at the same time I remember how stressful it could be at times with just two kids. But I think I got this. Everything in life that is worth it is something you have to work at. It won't always be easy but I can overcome the hard stuff I just have to believe in myself and use my resources.

I have been clinging to 165 lbs the last week. This morning I was feeling a little down about that, but then I really examined how far I have come. Holy crap, from 210 lbs., that is a really long way. To be honest a little part of me thought I would never get here. But here I am. Which serves as a great reminder if this is possible, anything is possible. Another 30 lbs is surly doable.

I don't think I have mentioned it yet, but...165 lbs is my no longer obese body fat percentage! Woot woot! Now I just have to keep pushing.

Yesterday was a blah day for me. I had a really hard time motivating myself to work out. I just didn't want to do it. I came home and ate well, but by the afternoon I was slipping. And by dinner I had just given up. But today I will overcome that. I will let go of yesterday and work on what I want today. I can do this! :)
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    Great attitude! It's cool to see how far you've come! 165 is AMAZING compared to over 200! A bad day won't be the end of our weightloss. My week has been slightly rougher than planned.... but I'll be back on that train 100% next week for the most part! Working out will also make you feel better and help to keep you at a more stable weight.

    Just do your best, and good luck with school! YOU CAN DO IT!
    2522 days ago
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    You are doing awesome and you can finish this! emoticon emoticon
    2522 days ago
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