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What a surprise

Tuesday, December 23, 2014

Well, it's only a couple of days before Christmas and it has been awhile since I was on the scale and so I got on this morning. I was surprised to see that I GAINED two pounds. I thought for sure I went down because my jeans (one pair) felt really good yesterday and I thought I have been watching what I ate.....I guess not. I'm done with all of my baking and I have been really good about not eating the stuff. I just made another (double) batch of pizzelle's and I was only saving to have two at night as my snack, I found myself dipping into the container during the day. But really, could that have put the two pounds on? If that is the case I can't eat any kind of desserts and that upsets me a lot.

Today is going to be a hard day because when I'm upset I eat and I can't do that. I'm trying to stay focused and instead drink water. I know I shouldn't have gotten on the scale but then if I didn't it could have been even more later. There are days that I just want to give up and say "what's the use of fighting this battle" and just enjoy but I know what will happen and that's really not me. I want to be thin again and feel good inside and look good on the outside too. I felt sooooooo good when I got down to 136 and I only had ten more pounds to go and now, I can't seem to stop it ......why.

One day at a time...again and again.
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  • ICEWYNDE
    Its just a number sweetie! Don't let it ruin the most magical time of year. Today is a new day and that good feeling is still inside you somewhere and if your put your mind to it you can bring it out again. Start by putting a big smile on your face -- there! Doesn't that feel better?
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    Comment edited on: 12/23/2014 9:09:27 AM
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